Timber Festival returns to Feanedock - a 70 acre woodland site on the Leicestershire/Derbyshire border - from Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th July 2021 where music, forests, arts and ideas will weave together into an weekend in the heart of the National Forest, one of Britain’s boldest environmental projects.
Confirmed music acts include Field Music, Gruff Rhys, The Unthanks, Snapped Ankles, Erland Cooper, Sam Lee, Simon Armitage, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Caroline Lucas and more.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £120 for an adult weekend camping ticket, £40 aged 3-15 for a child weekend camping ticket.
Day tickets are also available.
Under 3s go free.
car park: £5
campervans, etc: £50
Expect installations, movement, song and music, sculptures, virtual reality experiences, comedy, writers, artists, poets, scientists, philosophers and educators to help re-imagine what woodlands and trees mean and our relationship with the world around us. Also Woodland workshops, runs, relaxation & well-being, foraging workshops, and more.
The National Forest is an environmentally-led regeneration project, spanning 200 square miles across parts of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire. Working with communities, businesses and land owners, it is the first forest to be created at scale in England for over 1000 years.
More information will be here when available.
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