Harlequin Fayre 2024

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Harlequin Fayre 2024

Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th July 2024
an undisclosed farm, East Anglia, England
£140 for an adult weekend ticket
Daily capacity: 2,500
Last updated: Wed 10th Jul 2024


Harlequin Fayre (previously known as Green Man Fayre) is billed as a mini green gathering at a secret site near Norwich in East Anglia., running for four days from Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th July 2024 with camping for a limited number of people.

Line-up

No acts are confirmed yet.

Tickets

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Tickets are on sale, priced as follows:- (+fees)
adult weekend including camping: £140
young adult (15--17): £60
youth (11-14) weekend: £30
child (3-10) weekend: £20
baby (0-2) weekend: free but needs ticket

Green ethos

The weekend is entirely powered by the sun, wind and peddle power as the focus is on all things green - how to lessen your impact and still have a great life! It has already been likened to the Albion Fairs of old with music, crafts, and stalls.

It's very child friendly, and there's plenty for the adults too - from organic beers to some good bands. Tickets are expected to be by advance purchase only.

Entertainment

Entertainments will include bands, poetry, cabaret, speakers, comedy, cinema, walkabout theatre and more.

There is a good amount of activities for children of all ages, in a dedicated kids area which will be bigger and very central and the new site allows for the Healing Area to occupy it's own wooded glade.

Camping

Camping is within the perimeter of the event, the location of the site will be sent to ticket-holders some days before the event.

More information will be here when available.




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