The 2012 Elderflower Fields Festival will be held on the 25th, 26th & 27th May at Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum, near Lewes, East Sussex.
About the Festival:
Elderflower Fields is a new, boutique festival designed with the whole family in mind. In addition to live music on two stages, there will also be a wide and varied selection of locally sourced food & drink, camping in the beautiful Sussex countryside and a range of activities and workshops especially for children.
Bands performing at the festival include Ben Ottewell, former Mercury Music Prize winner with Gomez, The Rash, Union Starr, Beatrix Players, The Rad Orchestra and many more. See the music page of our website for more details.
Activities for the kids include an Olympic themed sports camp, an interactive cinema with film making workshops and an ‘urban woods’ - sports like skateboarding and BMX riding brought into a woodland environment! Elderflower Fields ambition is to give kids the chance to try new things & experience new activities, which will leave a long lasting impression in their minds. See the kids page of our website for more details.
A wide range of food vendors will be selling their produce over the weekend, all sourced locally. There will also be a ‘pub in the woods’ and a cocktail lounge specialising in a range of elderflower themed cocktails. See the food page of our website for more details.
The spacious camping area at Elderflower Fields will feature campfire pits around which groups of friends can camp, brand new toilet blocks and shower facilities. See the camping page of our website for more details.
Tickets, which are inclusive of entrance to the festival, parking, camping and all children’s activities, are available through the Elderflower Fields website or through the Brighton Festival box office on 01273 709709.
About the Organisation:
Elderflower Fields is managed and run by Nigel Greenwood, Stuart Balkham & Dax Debice, in partnership with Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum, Albion in the Community, Lewes Junior Film Club, WM Tennis, So Sussex and the Environment Agency.
Published 19th March 2012
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