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Guide to Leefest 2017
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Leefest: The Neverland is one of the UK’s hottest independent festivals and is known by many as a mini-Glastonbury. The festival takes place in the leafy Tunbridge Wells in Kent and features a lineup of the best new music acts and top DJs. Taking the stage this year will be Annie Mac, Jake Bugg, Kate Tempest and an epic Jungle DJ set. Plus, when you need a break from dancing there are tons of cool activities such as a Tiki Bar, a man-made beach party and wood fired hot tubs to unwind in.

(Read: Leefest Festival Top Tips)

Leefest Dates and Location

Leefest will be held in John Darlings Farm, Kent, UK, on August 10-12, 2017.

Leefest Lineup

This year’s awesome lineup includes the likes of Annie Mac, Jake Bugg, Jungle, Wild Beasts, Kate Tempest, Wilkinson, Maribou State and Crazy P.

Check out the full Leefest lineup.

Guide to Leefest 2017
Photo by Andrew Benge

Leefest Tickets

General Admission Weekend Tickets – $150

Teenager Weekend Ticket – $63

Individual Day Tickets – $70

Book your tickets to Leefest

Getting to and From Leefest

Air – The nearest airports are London’s three main international airports: London Heathrow, London Stansted and London Gatwick.

Train – Trains to Edenbridge Station or Tonbridge Station from central London stations such as Waterloo, Charing Cross, Victoria and London Bridge all take around 40 minutes. Once you arrive you will need to take a taxi or a shuttle to the festival site.

Car – It’s a 1.5-hour drive from Central London to the Leefest site. Parking is available onsite and costs $12 per car. Purchase your parking ticket ahead of the festival to make sure you get a spot. Book Leefest Car Parking.

Guide to Leefest 2017
Phot by Joshua Atkins Photography

Where to Stay For Leefest

Most festival-goers camp in the onsite campgrounds, but if camping isn’t your thing, here are some of our favorite nearby accommodation options, from hotels to country houses.

Airbnb: This charming country house can give you a real taste of the British countryside. The house sleeps two people and is located a 30-minute drive from the festival site. Book the charming country house from $99 a night.

Hotel: Dadman’s Hotel is a great budget option, which is set in a Victorian-style building. The rooms offer a traditional English setting and a great breakfast in the morning. Book a room at Dadman’s Hotel from $79 a night.

Find all accommodation options near Leefest


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