The three day event The Good Life Experience takes place from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th September 2018, at Harwarden Estate in Flintshire, north-east Wales.
Announced acts include:- Gwenno, The Go! Team, Bill Ryder-Jones, Greg Wilson, Norman Jay, Diabel Cissokho, Trevor Nelson, Chris Watson, Boy Azooga, Stick In The Wheel, Darren Hayman (And Band) Presents Thankful Villages, Erland Cooper, Seamus Fogarty, Halo Maud, The Fernweh, 77:78, Heavenly Jukebox, Joe Minihane, MC John Andrews, and more.
There will also be a number of authors and presenters.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
adult weekend ticket - non-camping: £119
adult weekend ticket - camping: £149
youth weekend ticket (12-17 yrs) - non-camping: £5
youth weekend ticket (12-17 yrs) - camping: £79
child weekend ticket 0-11yrs free - non-camping: free but needs ticket
child weekend ticket 0-11yrs free - camping: free but needs ticket
weekend car parking pass [does not apply to campervans]: £11
weekend campervan pass: £69
The Good Life Experience, was launched by Cerys Matthews and is aimed at families, parents and anyone who wants to get more in touch with the great outdoors.The festival is dedicated to celebrating the great outdoors with archery, abseiling, cooking classes, camp fires and sing-a-longs with Cerys among the many activities on offer.
Train: Hawarden station is the nearest railway station. It is a short 5 minute taxi ride from the Hawarden Estate Farm Shop. Chester is the nearest station From London Euston, the average journey time is 2 hours and 5 minutes
Car: From Liverpool and Manchester, the average journey time is 35 minutes From London, the average journey time is 3 hours and 30 minutes.
Plane: The nearest airports to the festival are John Lennon airport [a 30 minute drive from Hawarden Estate] and Manchester airport [a 35 minute drive from Hawarden Estate].
More information will be here when available.
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