MUSIC lovers are being encouraged to pick up their tickets for the highly anticipated CarFest South 2024, with the likes of Olly Murs, Sam Ryder and Scouting for Girls taking to the stage. 

Created by renowned broadcaster Chris Evans, the festival is gearing up for its 13th edition, promising an unforgettable experience for attendees.

The festival is scheduled to take place at Laverstoke Park Farm from Friday, August 23 to Sunday, August 25.

X Factor icon Olly Murs, Eurovision heavyweight Sam Ryder, queen of British soul and our hearts Beverley Knight, pop rock legends Scouting for Girls, and reggae pop fusion pioneers UB40 ft Ali Campbell are just a few of the musical treats in store.

Basingstoke Gazette: Music lovers are being encouraged to pick up their tickets for the highly anticipated CarFest South

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From live music, an assortment of outdoor activities, a voyage of self-care, and side-splitting comedy to classic cars, celebrity sightings, and culinary demonstrations, the festival guarantees an unforgettable experience. 

Building on the triumph of the previous year, it is bringing back its now firmly established and loved seven magical festivals: StarFest, FoodFest, SpaFest, RetroFest, KidsFest, AdventureFest, and CarFest.

Whether you’re a foodie looking for culinary tips, a car aficionado looking for racetrack thrills, or simply eager to catch insights from beloved celebrities and wellness experts, CarFest 2024 caters to all tastes. Every turn holds continuous entertainment, from exploring the captivating car collection at CarFest and the family-favourite Pudsey’s Spot at KidsFest or trying something daring, like scaling heights or encountering a bird-eating spider at AdventureFest. 

Since its began in 2012, CarFest's core mission has been to raise funds for UK children's charities, and over the years, the festival has amassed millions for its partner charities.

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In 2024, bp pulse presents CarFest will be supporting BBC Children in Need, Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust, My Black Dog, Rainbow Trust, Starlight Children’s Foundation, Teenage Cancer Trust, Young Epilepsy, and Hampshire-based charity Naomi House & Jacksplace. 

Tickets are now available for car enthusiasts, families, and festivalgoers to secure their spots at the largest and most exciting family festival of the year. 

For more information and to buy tickets which are on sale now visit