Lounge On The Farm 2009

Friday 10th to Sunday 12th July 2009
Merton Farm, Nackington Lane, Canterbury, CT4 7BA, England MAP
£85 adult weekend ticket, child aged 6-15 £45, family ticket (2a+2c) £180
last updated: Thu 28th May 2009

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The dates for the fourth Lounge on the Farm music festival, which takes place at Merton Farm in Canterbury, are confirmed as Friday 10th to Sunday 12th of July 2009.

The ethos of the festival is to give local bands and musicians a platform upon which to perform alongside established acts from round the country. There are seven stages in total including a moving tractor stage.

Mr Scruff will be playing a six hour set on the Sunday afternoon. This year Lounge on the Farm will again be paying homage to some of Kent's favourite sons and creators of the 'Canterbury Sound'. Gong, James Taylor Quartet and The Steve Hillage Band, will all be making appearances on the Further Stage.

The five thousand capacity festival, features six stages with over 160 bands playing over three days including Edwyn Collins, The Aliens, Dub Pistols & Bent, Portico Quartet, The King Blues, Krafty Kuts, Underground Heroes, Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, The Ghost Of A Thousand, It Hugs Back, The XX, Chris T-T, Jay Jay Pistolet, Pete Molinari, Casiokids, Sargasso Trio, DJ Format, Wild Beasts, The Invisible, The Wave Pictures, Baddies, Toddla T & Mc Serocee, Zomby, Joe Gideon & The Shark, Wild Beasts, The Invisible, and loads more. For the line-up details, day and stage splits as available please click here

Tickets are priced at £85 for an adult weekend ticket, children tickets aged 6-15 are priced at £45, family tickets allow entrance of 2 x adults and 2 x kids aged 6 - 15 are priced at £180. Kids aged 5 or under go for a nominal fee of £1. Day tickets are priced at £35 for adults with child tickets priced at £20.

To buy tickets, click here.

The site should be open for campers from Friday 9am until the Monday at 1pm. Aside from the music, there will be plenty of amazing attractions including The Village Green with ciders, beers and food concessions where all the goods are sourced from within a 20 mile radius of the site, a solar cinema, there will also be the Little Lounge and Red Tent to keep the younger crowd occupied and the School Of Rock that will be unearthing Kent's future stars.

Lounge On The Farm is adding a new field to the festival site this year - The Meadow opens its gates with a dazzling array of fun, chilling and drama. The Meadow is an extension of everything Lounge On The Farm stands for. From an open air theatre stage to a petting zoo, via pottery classes and foraging the Kentish countryside this is a slice of festival action with out the music.

More information will be here when available.

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Friday 10th to Sunday 12th July 2009
Merton Farm, Nackington Lane, Canterbury, CT4 7BA, England MAP
£85 adult weekend ticket, child aged 6-15 £45, family ticket (2a+2c) £180
last updated: Thu 28th May 2009


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