Beer and music make perfect blend at Dronfield festival

Dronfield Three Valleys festival
Dronfield Three Valleys festival
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A festival dubbed ‘Dronfield’s own Tramlines’ drew drinkers in to 15 pubs around the area over the weekend.

Saturday’s Three Valleys Festival was the fifth time the annual event has been held and expanded to venues in Totley, Coal Aston and Bradway, among others.

Dronfield Three Valleys festival - Scott Ellis and Simon Smith

Dronfield Three Valleys festival - Scott Ellis and Simon Smith

The celebration of beer and music was blessed with beer garden weather that brought in crowds from across the region.

Bands played throughout the day at pubs and those who attended could get a special bus between the venues.

Many acts went al fresco - taking their instruments out into the fresh air to perform live.

Ash Thompson, cellar manager of the Coach and Horses pub in Dronfield, has said: “This is a growing festival.

Dronfield Three Valleys festival - Sam Wain playing at The Manor House

Dronfield Three Valleys festival - Sam Wain playing at The Manor House

“It’s like Dronfield’s own Tramlines and I’m certain it will get bigger and bigger.”

The Ale’d Up Elk Band said they ‘really enjoyed’ their set at the festival while others praised the event online as a ‘great day’.