”Although our time at Altitude Festival was short, it showed us that small festivals can have the same atmosphere as these large scale events, right down to late night stragglers and backstage boozing. It showed us that quality lineups can be delivered on a smaller scale with the right people booking the acts. Most importantly, it taught us that festivals don’t need to be grandiose and excessive to deliver the same experience as it’s competitors, they just need a small dedicated team who pour their heart into the project to make it happen and truly care about the end result.”

”Thanks for having us Altitude, we will see you again next year!”

Marcus Osborne – On the House (Community music reviewing)

Small festival… massive atmosphere. We had the best time. It really felt like the good old days, everyone was really nice, the crowd were amazing and the sound was beefy. What more could you want.

Jordan, Moriaty

Wow what a weekend! As you know our festival is created by the community, which is what makes it so special. We have so many people to thank. Here are just some of those people. Please forgive us if we haven’t mentioned you..there are just so many!

Firstly thank you to the community of Blackborough for supporting us whole heartedly!Thank you to every single person who brought tickets for Altitude (especially those who have stuck with us through the postponed dates)

All of the volunteers from the stewards, gate team, bar teams, general support teams who worked throughout the weekend to make it a special one (more than 40 in total)Those who gave up their time in the lead up to the festival

Chris Westcott for planning, organising & running the best dance tent (singlehandedly!!)- Bing & Suzanne- Simon Stuckey- Mike McCoombe- Kate Doodson – for running the best bar around!!! – Nick Sherwin- Sara Stuckey- Millie Doodson- Dan Lewis – Dan the hat and the rest of the team- Liam Bard – Andy- Steve Ridout (who took the whole week off work to help but didn’t even get to go on the weekend due to a CoVid scare)

Our Families – The Hague Family, Doodson Family, Lewis Family, Westcott Family and Whitchurch family for their love, patience and support throughout the year to allow us to organise the festival.

The families who lend us their land facilities & time- The Reed family, – Jon Snow- Persey Family- Rik Fisher and the whole Fisher family- Oliver (from Blackborough House)- Paul & Vicky- Uffculme School For singing & for the amazing band artwork!!

The businesses and individuals who supported us:- Building Etc – Westcott Aggregates – Ben – Otter Breweries- Dan Poulson (Powderkeg)- Sandford Orchards – Neil and the team at Woofenden Construction- Alan Benson and the team at The Vale Vets- TS Partners Ltd – Jewsons- Bradfords- Labdons- Howdens- JFM Scaffolding- United Roofing- Digital Colour Service- Ben Conibear- Smithincott Farm- Culmside Support LLP- Bard Electrical- D Wood Plumbing – Tim Brandfield & Andy- Tom Curtis – Ben Hallmark- Stoneman Engineering- Roar Clothing- Simon Cooper and the team at Stags- JAK Matting- Stamps- Platinum Gate Security – All Terrain Medical Ltd- Ryan Curtis- Joel Williams (JamJar) – Luke (Shhh! Event Decor)- Exeter Academy of music & sound- MIDI TV- On the house – James Keating (Sound Events)- Jon Leonard & Jenna- Wendy Van Der Plank (Beehive Honiton)- Pukka Tents- KP Autos – Edmond and the World Food Cafe- West Country Dim Sum- The Ginger Pig Hog Roast- il Cornicione Pizza- The Big Greek Feed- Bun- Bonne Bouche- Authentic Thai Food- Delly Bakes- Talaton Shop- Sparkletastic

And lastly to all of the amazing bands, DJs and children’s (and grown up) entertainers. You are all awesome!! We are the ‘The little festival with the big heart!’Big love Phil, Jon, Matt & Lizzie ❤️

 Together we make good things happen!