2 - 5 August

A spectacular immersive kingdom of music, party & wonder #NeverGrowOld

“The UK’s most talked about independent festival”

2-5th August, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

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Never grow old

Kids and parents – this is THE festival for you. We don’t separate you from the fun: from The Beach to The Wendy House, Neverworld is filled with fun for children and adults alike. Whether you’re four, 14 or 40, dress up in your tribal costume, explore our three realms, dance to new music, meet new people and take part in our wonderful new programme of daytime activities, all in the surrounds of the beautiful Kent countryside.


Native Encampment

Neverworld (By LeeFest) hosts a full exciting programme of family activities and workshops.

Held within our ‘Native Encampment’ site, the ‘Never Grow Old’ programme boasts a range of family friendly activities, including family raving, craft workshops and face painting, zorbing, bushcraft, yoga, henna tattoos, body marbling and vintage crazy golf. Neverworld can entertain the kids for you while you are soaking up the festival atmosphere!

Workshops and activities can be enjoyed by all the family – including parents – so head to Neverworld and bring out your inner mermaid, pirate or lost boy for the weekend!


“Thanks for making it such a relaxed and welcoming festival for families. We enjoyed all the games and would lap up more of the same this year. We had a lot of fun – highlight was watching our kids playing in the sand and paddling pool as everyone danced around them.”
– Janet (mum & 2013 festival goer)

Go Outdoors have featured us as one of their ‘Top Family Friendly Festivals’ for 2017! 


 Dreaming fields family camping area

When you’re ready for some rest head back to the separated family camping area, where you can all get some sleep. This area will have its own set of toilets, and the showers and taps will be a short walk away in the main campsite. Please purchase a family camping ticket for access to this area.

Please be sure to choose the correct option when purchasing. No single or groups of adults will be permitted in the Family Campsite unless accompanied by children 16 or under. Due to limited space, the Family Campsite area is restricted to relatives and guardians of children. Groups of friends and other family members who arrive without children should camp in the regular campsites. Teenagers wanting to camp in the family campsite must camp with their family.

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Children and Teen Tickets

Children aged 12 and under – FREE!
Teenagers 13 to 16 – £50
Anyone with these types of tickets must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21.

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Lost children

Neverworld is a small  and very safe festival, but it’s still a good idea to prepare your children by reminding them of common sense advice on what to do if they get lost.  If they get lost, have them ask for help from a security steward, any festival staff with a radio, another adult with children, or the Information and Welfare Points.

If you find you have been separated from your child, please go to the Welfare Tent. 


FAQ

What activities are there for kids in the daytime / what’s the kids programme?
There is a whole host of kids workshops throughout the day in Neverworld. Please take a look at the Native Encampment line up in the programme.

My friends are staying in the Boutique Campsite – can we camp with them?
Unfortunately not. No tents are allowed in the Boutique Camping Field.

My friends are staying in the Campervan Field – can we camp with them?
Each campervan is allocated 9 x 6 metres of space, usually enough for an awning and/or a small tent. As long as you remain within their allocated pitch you can camp with them.

Is there a babysitting service?
Yes – watch this space for more information, or sign up to our newsletter to be kept up to date.


Helpful blog articles for planning your trip

We want to make sure you get the most out of the festival, we have some real life Mummies who have written some helpful blog articles for your adventure at Neverworld.

Ten top tips for taking your kids to a festival

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"The ultimate party!"NME
"Lee Denny is the next Michael Eavis"BBC Radio 1
"A fantastic unpretentious party vibe"The Guardian
"This feels like a mini Glastonbury"Annie Mac