The vibe is more of a village fair than festival down at this family-orientated South London event. This year will be its 44th, celebrating country and city life.
There will be horticultural shows, sheep and owl displays, home-grown vegetable and flower competitions, craft and food stalls.
There will also be music on The Village Green Stage and Main Stage including ska, samba, choirs, folk afrobeat at a Roots Day on the Sunday.
The show has grown much bigger but still remains free. This year’s event will no have a fun fair—but the children’s fun fair will still be there. And the capacity of the Main Arena and newly names Brockwell Farm will be bigger.