247 Magazine
No Comments


Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page

The first of two top quality festivals at the Larmer Tree Gardens (the other being End of the Road) but this one bagged the name and the more refined crowd. Larmer Tree festival takes place from July 13-17 on the Dorset/Wiltshire border. You can buy a day ticket, weekend ticket or full five-day ticket depending on just how much of a festival experience you want. Saying that, you won’t find dirt and queues here and Larmer Tree could be home to the cleanest festival toilets in the world and they’ve even got numbers on the front to report it their messy. Five separate days of a broad mix of music, each day ticket lets you camp overnight – save you driving home. Jools Holland always plays this festival but other acts confirmed are Seasick Steve, Imelda May, Ozomatli, Seth Lakeman, Asian Dub Foundation, Bellowhead, Stornoway, My First Tooth, CW Stoneking, Show of Hands, Polly and the Billets Doux, Matthew and the Atlas and more. Larmer Tree has over 80 acts showcased on six stages, 150 free workshops, award winning international comedians, quirky and unique street theatre, an onsite night club and late night jam sessions; all located in one of the most beautiful festival sites in the country. Day tickets start at £32 with a full festival ticket coming in just shy of £200. To buy tickets visit www.larmertreefestival.co.uk

To win a pair of tickets to the Larmer Tree festival please fill the form below with your full name, address and mobile number and tell us which day you would like to go on – remember your ticket allows you to camp over on that night. Please put LARMER TREE in the subject line. Closing date May 1.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Mobile Number (required)

Date of Birth (required)


Your Message