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Bloodstock Open Air Festival, set amidst the sprawling grounds of Catton Park in Derbyshire, stands as a monumental testament to the world of heavy metal and hard rock. Revered by fans globally, this event is more than a festival; it’s a pilgrimage for metalheads seeking a communion of raw energy and unbridled passion.

Bloodstock Open Air Festival has blazed a trail from its fiery inception in curating a lineup that pays homage to legendary acts and budding talents. The powerful riffs, iconic solos, and resonant vocals that emanate from its stages encapsulate the very soul of metal. Yet, beyond the auditory onslaught, attendees are treated to various experiences, from electrifying mosh pits to masterclasses by genre maestros.

In essence, Bloodstock Open Air Festival isn’t merely an event; it’s a crucible where metal’s past, present, and future converge. This festival champions a genre, offering attendees an unfiltered dive into the depths of metal’s heart, echoing long after the last note has faded.

Bloodstock Open Air 2022 - Official UK Metal Festival Trailer

Bloodstock Open Air 2024 Lineup


Amon Amarth

Amon Amarth / Architechts / Clutch / Flogging Molly / Green Lung / Hellripper / Igorrr / Infected Rain / Korpiklaani / Malevolence / Rotting Christ / Septicflesh / The Night Flight Orchestra / Unleash The Archers / more TBA

Bloodstock Open Air 2024 Tickets

Early Bird Standard Weekend Tickets from £172.00 (€200.34) are on sale:


Camping during the festival is included with Weekend Tickets. You will need basic camping gear, like a tent, a camping pad and a head torch (so useful in the night). If you don’t want to bring your own tent, the festival offers Premium Camping options purchased here

Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels and apartments using the map below or visit booking.com

Book Hotels & Airbnbs near the Venue at the Lowest Price online!

Travel Info


Parking (£20.25) & Campervan (£85.75) Passes can be purchased here


Make your way to Birmingham New Street railway station. From Birmingham New Street station take the train to Lichfield City. This journey should take approximately 35 Minutes. Lichfield station is 7 miles from Catton Hall and is about 15-20 minutes drive.


There will be a shuttle service operating between Lichfield City Train Station and the festival coach park to be announced soon:


You can get straight to the festival site from 34 locations around the UK with Big Green Coach and tickets can be purchased here


Lift-sharing is a convenient and sustainable way of travelling to Bloodstock Festival. You will definitely save money by sharing travel costs, and also get the chance to meet some great people on the way. Sign up to Liftshare Bloodstock here


Catton Park is 20 miles from either Birmingham Airport (BHX) or Nottingham East Midlands Airport (EMA), 60 miles from Manchester Airport (MAN) and 130 miles from Heathrow Airport (LHR).


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