Frogfest 2024

May 26, 2024Past Events


High Wycombe, UK – May 26, 2024 – The annual Frogfest family music festival, held on Sunday, May 26th, has once again proven to be a resounding success. This year’s event, which took over the High Street, Church Street, and Frogmoor, drew in thousands of attendees for a day filled with music, food, and fun for all ages.

Frogfest 2024 boasted an impressive lineup of twenty four bands spread across two stages, delivering a non-stop musical extravaganza that had festival-goers dancing and singing along all day. The introduction of the ‘Student Spotlight’ stage, led by BNU School of Creative Industry, was a highlight, showcasing incredible local talent and receiving an enthusiastic reaction from the audience.

Families and children were not left out, as Frogfest delivered on its promise of being the ultimate family-friendly festival. Kid’s rides, street performers, circus workshops, a bouncy castle, craft workshops, and face painting kept the young ones entertained throughout the day. The festival grounds were filled with laughter and joy, as children participated in various activities and enjoyed the vibrant atmosphere.

The festival was also a hit for food enthusiasts, with food trucks offering a diverse array of international cuisines. Attendees indulged in delicious dishes from Greek, Lebanese, Jamaican, and Indian vendors, while Mad Squirrel’s Craft Beer Truck was a hit among craft beer aficionados.

The boutique craft and gift stalls provided a unique shopping experience, allowing festival-goers to browse and purchase handmade items. Community organisations such as Wycombe Food Hub, Wycombe Environment Center, The Swan Theatre and Wycombe MIND added to the festive spirit with their engaging stalls, games, and entertainment.

Organisers of Frogfest, expressed their gratitude to everyone who attended and contributed to the event’s success. “We are thrilled with the turnout and the positive feedback we have received. Frogfest 2024 was a celebration of community, music, and culture, and we look forward to making next year’s festival even bigger and better,” said HWBIDCo CEO Melanie Williams