Jake Bugg, and Annie Mac, have been announced as headliners for the 11th edition of LeeFest presents The neverland at John Darlings Farm near Edenbridge in Kent from Friday 27th until Sunday 29th July 2017. The Thursday headliner is still be be revealed.
Also confirmed today are Wild Beasts as 'very special guests', Jungle presents Takeover (with a DJ set) and a personally curated line-up that includes Moxie, and Makeness, plus Tom Greenan, Fickle Friends, Crazy P (live), Keston Cobblers Club, Bad Sounds, The Bay Rays, Oxide & Neutrino, Fish Strong Asian Mothers, Bokito, Shame, Valeras, Hannah Peel, Shame, Superglu, Childcare, Ider, Kagoule, Weirdo + Co, Catholic Action, Regression Sessions, Indian Queens, Graceland, Hunters Loaf , and Tor.
Leefest says about itself: three realms make up The Neverland, revellers enter another world, each under the rule of a different Tribe. The Mermaids are the shimmering queens of Mermaids Lagoon. At Skull Ridge anarchy is the order of the day, as the Pirates reign supreme. The Lost Boys of The Neverwoods are the practical jokers; the children of the forest who refuse to grow up.Escaping the confines of the real world, the Neverland's kingdom offers an extensive selection of shape-shifting dance troupes, glitter fuelled games, real beach parties, tranquility spa, comedy, arts & craft workshops, cinema and more wonders to be announced. Choose your Tribe, find The Neverland and never grow old. .... yeah, OK.
Early bird tickets are on sale priced at £99, tickets will rise in tiers as the festival approaches.
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