Wonder Fields the small family music festival returns for a second year, happening from Friday 29th June until Sunday 1st July 2018 and held at the stately home of Great Fulford, in Dunsford 15 minutes outside of Exeter on the border of north Dartmoor.
No acts have been announced for 2018 yet.
There will be a dance area and secret sets throughout rambling enchanted areas and the Lost Woods. Takeovers by Denture Disco, Bris-Tek & Tremor, and Ghetto Funk.
Early bird tickets are now on sale, priced at £69 for adults. A child (aged 11-17yrs) ticket is priced at £60, children aged 11 years and under are priced at £10. All children must be accompanied by a paying adult. A campervan pass is priced at £25, and a car parking ticket is priced at £10.
Expect workshops for the more adventurous, free range circus and plenty of spontaneous entertainment plus lots more for teens too, possibly a skate ramp featuring specially commissioned graffiti art and a competition for under 18s.
The Wonder Fields Banquet brings flavoursome locally sourced organic produce, as a two course meal, for all those who book ahead.
Explore comfortable, enchanting areas, specialist spirit bars, play areas for young and old and a range of organic foods for every appetite. What knits together this playground for the senses is a promising line up of artists featuring popular festival acts with a folk persuasion, plus swing, electro, jazz, rock and big band flavours. Complimentary to the main stage, backdropped by the lake, house and hilltops beyond, is the dance area provided by Waggles, chill out and acoustic stage provided by Dr Dreadnaughts, complete with shisha lounge, plus pop up DJ booths and secret sets from DJs across the weekend. There will be Kernow Springs wood fired hot tubs on the lakeside.
There will be organic treats, green crafts, secret bars and secluded relaxation spaces, plus lots of activities for families including archery, dance yoga and batwalks. The ever popular Super Hero Academy will also return, training young ones in the art of heroism and awesome adventures. Back by popular demand will be the almighty bonfire! Pop along for starry night storytelling and top quality gin.
Wonder Fields will be running collaborative fundraising and awareness projects in support of TEMWA, meaning ‘community love’, an organisation working to support the people of Northern Malawi through various community projects.
More information will be here when available.
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