Nozstock loves to hear from up-and-coming artists and musicians that are interested in performing at the festival. Just get in touch and we’ll take a look and have a listen. Please bear in mind we cannot respond to unsuccessful applicants due to the sheer volume of applications.

Live music demo submissions

Please email with a link to an MP3 or drop your track in our soundcloud dropbox for free. Please include contact details and a link where we can watch a live performance if possible.

Experimental or Acoustic?

Get in touch with the Bandstand

Turntable wizard?

For DJ submissions it’s

Performance artists

For theatre, spoken word, walkabout or cabaret email us with images, information and a link to a live video or artist website.

Love entertaining kids?

Think you have the ideas that will awaken their imagination? Send your proposals for workshops and kids entertainment.

Activity providers

Got the qualifications and the skills? Send your proposals for interactive fun.

Live VJs

Share your visual mixes with the masses. Send your demos.

Screen your films

Submit your short films, whether live action, animation, comedy, horror, documentaries and music videos to screen at Nozstock.

Visual artists

Exhibitors complete our art application

Decorators keen to help build our beautiful festival complete our decor volunteer application

Photographers & Video crews

Documenting the festival is hugely valuable to us. If you’re skilled with a lens then complete our media application with a link  to your portfolio.

Traders & Workshops

We also love to bring punters the high end of tasty local treats and tidy festival purchases. If you’re a stallholder with something interesting to sell or a practitioner with a touring workshop who is looking to share their skills, then get in touch with a completed application form available below. * Please note we are no longer taking applications for catering stalls. Other types of traders may still apply.*

Trader and Workshop Application 2015.docx

Trader Application Guidance 2015.docx