Early bird tickets for next year's three day 11th edition LeeFest are now on sale.
There are no acts confirmed yet for 2017 with the line-up expected to be announced in the new year for the charity event which doffs a feathered cap to Peter Pan by offering lost boys and girls the opportunity to take a journey into their never-ending party as the festival hosts three distinct realms within The Neverland an immersive adventure.
LeeFest returns to John Darlings Farm near Edenbridge in Kent from Friday 27th until Sunday 29th July 2017. Although being centred around young people the festival is targeted at an audience of all ages and offers opportunities for unsigned artists to play alongside seasoned professionals.
Speaking about this year's event, festival founder Lee Denny said, "We found our Neverland! It’s been two years in the making and I was overwhelmed with the dazzling atmosphere. All credit must go to those that believed and refused to grow old. Crew, artists, pirates, mermaids, lost boys; you worked and partied so hard to bring this spectacular kingdom to life. See you next year :)"
With Mermaids, Pirates and Lost Boys all returning home from The Neverland, plans turn to next year, with 2017 dates officially confirmed and an extremely limited batch of super earlybird tickets available now, and a special ticket package available for this year’s Neverland campers!
Early bird tickets are priced at £79, and tickets will rise in tiers as the festival approaches. A teen (aged 13 to 16 years) weekend ticket is priced at £50. Under 12's get in free and must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21 at all times when on site. Maximum 3 teens or children per adult. Parking is priced at £10, and a live in vehicle is priced at £40.
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