Larmer Tree Festival: Five Days of Festival Goodness

If there is one festival that not only has a fantastic line-up and amazing atmosphere, but full of exciting themes and multiple programmes, you would be looking at the Larmer Tree Festival.

Returning this summer, Larmer Tree Festival is presenting an adventurous and unforgettable all-new programme of music, comedy, theatre, poetry and more across five days from 13th July through 17th July, 2016. Set in Victorian gardens in the stunning landscape of Cranborne Chase, this quintessential party is an intimate and eccentric festival, perfect for first-timers and experienced festival goers with a line-up that will appeal to all generations.

Larmer Tree 2015 © Owen Tetley (2)-2

Courtesy of Larmer Tree Festival – Photo Credit: Owen Tetley

With five stages and over eighty acts with a much anticipated line-up including Jamie Cullam, Jack Savoretti, Tom Odell, The Stranglers, Alexico and Caro Emerald taking to the main stage, the festival will also include Gabrielle Aplin, Afro Celt Sound System and many more acts to come.

If you are looking to extend the party late into the night, the festival’s late night venue The Hide is back by popular demand.  Tucked into a clearing in the woods, The Hide will host some of the best DJs from Friday to Sunday for an unforgettable all-night dance party.  Nocturnal lovers will also find diversion at The Social, with high-energy music, DJs and a late-opening bar ready to quench the thirst of the hardiest of dancers.

Larmer Tree 2015 © Owen Tetley

Courtesy of Larmer Tree Festival – Photo Credit: Owen Tetley

Apart from an upbeat music scene, attendants will also enjoy a plethora of other events to attend.  From theatre shows, punk poetry, acts for the youngest of festival goers, to a broad range of workshops covering dance, yoga and art, the Larmer Tree Festival is one not to miss.

To get more information and to purchase tickets, head over to larmertreefestival.co.uk and we hope to see you there!

Larmer Tree 2015 © Sebastian Schofield (1)

Courtesy of Larmer Tree Festival – Photo Credit: Sebastian Schofield

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