Food Line Up

The Festival is held at Sunnyfields Farm and anyone who has been here before will know that they know a thing or two about food.

They really do take food from “field to plate” and The Sunnyfields Farm kitchen is the place where it all happens. They have had a cafe running from the farm for many years and they now host Farmer’s Markets every weekend.

The Farm are pioneers of the Food & More Project and it is because of this project that we are able to put on this festival – This project is all about farms being more than just places that grow food, which means we can do things like play music there too!

Updates about what food stalls will be at the festival will be added here as we approach the festival.

Kids Stuff

The inspiration behind this festival is our own children and so it goes without saying that we are going to make sure that they have a great time. There will be all sorts for the children to do whilst you absorb the music. We will keep you updated via the mailing list about what will be on offer and remember under 10′s are free!

This year we are extending the Kids area… More Kids More space More FUN

Announcements for the kids area at Pulse this year will be coming soon….

Festival Info

Any questions you have that are not answered here please do get in touch and we will do our best to help you out.


The Festival takes place on May 10th & May 11th 2013.

Gates open at 4pm on May 10th, and live entertainment will run from 6pm until 11pm on May 10th, and, 11am to 11pm May 11th.


Limited on site camping tickets are available, when they’re gone, they’re gone, so get buying!!

If you weren’t lucky enough to get a camping ticket, there are several excellent campsites near by, a short taxi ride home to any of these is not going to cost much: Roundhill Campsite, Denny & Matley Wood Campsites & Green Pastures Farm Campsite.


The festival is held at Sunnyfields Farm near Southampton.

Sunnyfields Farm
Jacobs Gutter Lane
SO40 9FX

By Train

Totton railway station is just 10 minutes walk away so why not come by train.

The last train back from Totton to Southampton Central is at 23:52, so that leaves plenty of time after the last band finishes (at 11pm) to get back to the station. The last direct train to Bournemouth is at 23:32 or you can can get a later one if you change at Southampton.

Walking from Totton Railway Station

The railway station is less than 2 miles away and can easily be walked in less than 20 minutes, follow the route on this map:

By Car:

From the M27 take Junction 3 towards Southampton on the M271. After about 1 mile the motorway ends at a roundabout, take the third exit on the A36 towards Totton and Lyndhurst. After about 1 mile you will reach a round about, take the 3rd exit on the A326. Take the first turning on the left onto Jacob’s Gutter lane. Follow for a short distance and you will see the entrance to the farm on your right. There is plenty of onsite parking.

Can I Bring my Dog?

Sorry no dogs, or cats, rabbits or gruffalo’s are allowed onsite, this is a working farm, not even if they are impeccably well behaved and pick up their own poo in a little bag, despite the fact dogs neither have opposable thumbs, meaning this task would be near impossible for them, or pockets in which to keep the poo bags. We love dogs but I’m afraid you will have to leave them at home for the day.