Kendal Calling organisers announce Forgotten Fields in East Sussex
The creative minds behind the sold out Kendal Calling in Cumbria have announced a brand new festival for East Sussex.
The organisers of Kendal Calling festival have today launched Forgotten Fields, a festival to go back to the grassroots of their festival ethos and promising live music, world cuisine, ale, games, fancy dress and campfire tales.
The new three day festival will take up residence in Eridge Deer Park, a 3,000 acre country estate on the border of Kent and Sussex, from Friday 7 - Sunday 9 August. The site is just two miles south of Tunbridge Wells, in the heart of the stunning High Weald countryside, and just over an hour journey time from both London and Brighton.
The East Sussex venue, also home to High Definition Festival, will boast five stages for the festival with a capacity of just 4,000.
The first acts for the Forgotten Fields line-up will be announced this Wednesday (March 25) at 7pm.
Early Bird Forgotten Fields pre-sale tickets will be release on Thursday at 9am and general release opens this Friday (March 27) at 9am.
Forgotten Fields tickets will be priced at the earlybird price of £90 for a limited time. As tickets continue to sell they will rise up three further tiers until their final price of £105. A payment plan will also be introduced with 3/4 payment options starting from payments of just £26.05.