Create Fesitval logo in black

Saturday July 20 2019
11:30 – 21:30

Create Festival is an intimate one-day festival, set in Ashford’s gorgeous Victoria Park. With 4 small music stages, hosting a line-up packed full of national and local talent, Create can truly call itself one of the biggest free music festivals in the South East.

Check out the full 2019 lineup here.

Create Platform logo in white

15 – 21 July 2019

Our sister event, Create Platform is an exciting week-long programme of live arts events, fringe activities and happenings around Ashford. Platform brings unique and exclusive experiences to the town, such as DJ sets in a church; performance poets in pubs; circus in the streets and even a spoof version of 'JAWS' outside a cinema.

Check out Platform's 2019 programme here.

Check out one of our little films about the festival

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Some highlights from Create Festival 2019!

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When the sun finally comes out after the week of rain ... See MoreSee Less

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we've had Cha:dy on repeat since Create 😍 ... See MoreSee Less

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Bootworks Theatre's 'We're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat' was intriguing and delightful for all ages, and was aptly followed by a screening of Jaws at The Pictrehouse! ... See MoreSee Less

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Hands up if you're missing the sunshine of Create Festival as much as we are! 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♂️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Create logo consisting of the letter C in black, pink and yellow on a yellow circular background

"Create Festival is a mini-Glastonbury without the need for a ticket or a tent"

Create logo consisting of the letter C in black, pink and yellow on a pink circular background

"Edinburgh Festival's
finest, in the
heart of Kent"