in 2016 LeeFest moved to John Darlings Farm near Edenbridge in Kent, a larger site from their original homes on a working farm, just on the outskirts of Bromley and Croydon in Kent and is a non-profit music festival that started as a community of 150 young people in a back garden. The festival has now grown to hosting thousands of people in a field whilst retaining the same vibe.
Although being centred around young people the festival is targeted at an audience of all ages and offers opportunities for unsigned artists to play alongside seasoned professionals.
Organisers announced they would be taking a fallow year in 2015, before returning in 2016 to celebrate their 10th anniversary, and revealing a whole themed site called The Neverland.
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