Crowds can enjoy up to four days of entertainment, with live performances, food stalls and a variety of workshops suitable for all the family.
There is something for everyone with meditation, children's crafts, a circus workshop, fire lighting, a woodland walk, laughter yoga taking place throughout the weekend.
There is also a variety of music, with bands to suit a variety of tastes.
Gracing the stage will be The Mouse Outfit, Jenna G, Jono McCleery, Afrikan Boy, and the Blinders among others.
12 years in, over £30,000 has been raised for local and international charities.
Fieldview kicks off tomorrow at 4pm and is running until 1pm on Sunday.
Weekend tickets for £75 can be purchased from www.fieldviewfestival.co.uk/tickets.