Cadstock, Barry’s only free, for all, family friendly Festival has released their much-anticipated commemorative T-Shirts.
Available in a variety of colours and sizes the T Shirts, featuring the infamous Cadstock logo, are available to purchase now.
Each top will also list the full Saturday and Sunday Line Up on the back making this a truly memorable way to remember the Cadstock Covid-19 comeback of 2022.
There are two ways to order you T-shirt, one you have chosen your colour and size.
The chart shows whats colours available.
And what sizes the Tees come in.
What you waiting for…pick up yours today!
Then order using the details below:
All orders must be in as soon as possible but definitely no later that July 8th.
These are only available by pre-order – they will not be sold on the days, and will not be available after the event.
Cadstock is the Vale’s only free, fully inclusive, family friendly festival.
This year is looking good with something for everyone – from ska to soft rock, mod to metal -some punk and sweet soul music.
And the mighty 12 Bore rocking us out of the Park on the Sunday.
The line up is as follows:
Saturday July 16th 2022:
Noon: Me and Him
1pm: One Foot Indie Grave
2pm: Vacant Pistols
3pm: Falling From Grace
4pm: Tumbling Dice
7pm: Black Jam Circus
Sunday July 17th 2022
12.30pm: Tenovus Choir
1pm: Fortunate Sons
2pm: Second Chance
4pm: Simmer Down
5pm: 12 Bore
Cadstock is one of the focal points of the Barry calendar, almost trebling in size since it began in 2009, with 2019’s decade celebration one of the biggest and bestest events the town has ever seen.
Now after a long two-year music drought, the event is back with a bang bringing us Barrians a weekender with something for everyone from ska to soft rock, mod to metal – and some sweet soul music too.
Many of the 2022 line up played at the cracking Keep Cadstock Alive Fundraiser at Barry Island Social Club on February 1st 2019, and the fabulous funds raised then will help stage this year’s show.
Hosted by the Vale of Glamorgan Parks Department plus the Friends of Victoria Park, and very much driven by local man Jonathan Greatrex, the success of the Festival, means rising costs but the organisers are determined keep the event free for music lovers.
Based on the Woodstock vibe, the weekender is free, flexible, for all, and family-friendly too. All ages are welcome, and there are absolutely no restrictions on bringing in your own food and drink.
Please help us keep the ethos of the event going by supporting where and when you can.
And watch this space for our soon to be released music merchandise including the collectors Cadstock T-shirt. All cash raised will be used to keep Cadstock alive.
See you there!
Voice Of The Community
Sue Vincent-Jones, blogging as Mrs SVJ, is a Barry born journalist, editor, and communications specialist. She writes about Barry – and her life in the wider world, through the eyes of a, quirky and queer, local girl done good.
As a founding member of #KeepCadstockAlive, Sue promotes the Campaign to keep the much-loved local music festival free, family-friendly, and for all. She also acts as both Media Lead, and Communications Advisor, for the Fundraising Group.