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BNatural Music Festival

BNatural is a free music festival held in the village of Bildeston every September.  Centering on the main stage in the village square and a number of smaller venues around the village we aim to bring a variety of quality live music to the people of Bildeston and beyond.

The festival is free to attend, but all of our bands are paid professionals.  The event is funded through fundraising events held throughout the year and by the bar sales, raffles etc… over the festival weekend.  The event is run by a small team of committed and unpaid volunteers from the village.

We are always looking for more volunteers to help bring this fantastic event to the village.  If you are interested in volunteering please contact us via the details on our website or call Damon on 07799 858676.

The next free BNatural Music festival is being held 6th-8th September 2024.  We look forward to seeing you there!

The line up varies each year. Previous line up and further details of this event can be found at:

This is a free, non-ticketed event.  Yes that’s right, its free!

As well as food for the senses, there will be plenty to eat and drink at the festival. Locally-produced food will be available from market stalls in the square.

Visit BNatural’s own bar to sample the locally-produced beer and fruit cider, quaff a Pimms on Saturday, or sup a Bucks Fizz with your brunch in the square on Sunday.

At the musical tea garden (Levells Hall), you will be able to sit back, relax and enjoy the music over a cup of tea and home-made cakes each afternoon.

Bildeston’s fantastic pubs will be open for refreshments, whilst you can buy any provisions you need, or a take away drink from Bildeston Stores.

All proceeds from the BNatural bar go towards running this free festival.

Bildeston is a drop-dead gorgeous, roses-round-the-door village set in deepest, darkest Suffolk. Within a dozen miles or so of Suffolk’s market towns of Ipswich, Sudbury and Bury St. Edmunds. Bildeston is five miles from both Hadleigh and Lavenham, on a tributary of the river Brett. Five centuries ago, it was at the hub of the bustling wool trade and was among the 100 biggest towns in Britain. It isn’t any more…

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