Neverworld, the new festival which has replaced LeeFest and which is run by the same team, has announced more acts to appear over the weekend of Thursday 2nd until Sunday 5th August 2018, at John Darlings Farm near Edenbridge, Kent.
Announced as the second headliner are Bastille, while for the dance-heads there'll be a Maraki Records takeover with My Nu Leng, Bushbaby, and Barley Royal, joining the previously announced parties from Percolate with Denis Sulta and RAM Records with Sub Focus.
Also newly confirmed today are new indie rock bands Airways, and Forever Cult, pop from Estrons, rap-pop star Girli, country from Hudson Taylor, reggae from Hollie Cook, as well as Bensley, Bastille, Chords, Elvana, Ferris & Sylvester, Harriet Jaxxon, Honey Lung, Krywald, Lissy Taylor, The Scruff, and Wolf Note.
These join the previously announced acts including Clean Bandit, Declan McKenna, Tom Grennan, Sub Focus, Denis Sulta, RAM Records, Percolate, We Are Scientists, Jeremy Loops, Rae Morris, Keston Cobblers Club, and more. For all the details so far please see the line-up page.
Festival-goers will be encouraged to join one of three tribes - The Pirates, The Mermaids or The Lost Boys to embark on a weekend's adventure. Venues and stages across the weekend include; The Fortress, the home to the Lost Boys and The Circus, a place for new music discovery. Then there's Miami inspired stage The Beach, flecked with club tropicana vibes and opulent drag club Rainbow Rooms. Not to mention late night rave destination The Goldmine, playing host to the hottest names in dance music.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
adult weekend: £109 + £5 refundable litter bond
teen (13-17) weekend: £60
child (0-12) weekend: free but needs ticket
car parking: £10
dog ticket: £10
campervans: from £50
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