2 - 5 Aug 2018

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

Three realms. Three tribes. Three incredible days.

Welcome to Kent’s best kept secret… an enchanted world just minutes from London. The Neverworld (by LeeFest) is made up of three magical realms, each offering a very different and beautiful experience. Explore The Neverwoods, home to the mischievous Lost Boys; dare to enter Skull Ridge and face the pirates or journey to the Mermaids’ Lagoon and discover the mermaids on The Neverworld’s very own golden sandy beach.

Whilst all tribes welcome new members (even the pirates!), joining one and dressing up is not obligatory. Although we highly advise you do…or you might just end up walking the plank.

Which tribe will you join?

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The Lost Boys

Join the Lost Boys of The Neverwoods… a mischievous tribe of forest children who never grow old! Join the Lost Boys of Neverworld in the The Neverwoods

The Neverwoods

The Lost Boys have collected lost and abandoned objects from the outside world and assembled them into their camps and stages. Find inspiration, relaxation and wonder in this magical woodland…

Bangarang Stage

The main stage of Neverworld with pop, indie, folk, dance. With previous artists including Annie Mac, Slaves, Jake Bugg, Lianne La Havas to have graced this stage. Expect to see our headliners Clean Bandit, Declan McKenna, Tom Grennan and loads more!

The Circus

A circus featuring the best new musical talent. Discover some superstars of the future. Previous discoveries have included Bastille, Years & Years,  London Grammar, Jack Garratt and Mercury Prize winners Young Fathers.

The Games Field

Workshops, tribe games, kids area and more!

The Wendy House

A hidden treasure in the ambient forest with many secret delights for those that take the time to find it.

Tinkerbell’s Tap House

The favourite watering hole for all The Lost Boys and Girls. Staying open til late, dance the night away to DJs.

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