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Fun for all ages at Warickshire's Umberslade Farm Park
Lunar Festival returns to Umberslade Farm Park after a year off with an eclectic programme of music, comedy, workshops, activities, talks and more.
Spread across multiple areas, "Lunar-goers" will be able to immerse themselves in music from the likes of Goldfrapp and The Stranglers, kick back in the wood-fired hot tubs while scraping up on their knowledge of nature, wet their taste buds at the Misery Saloon's whiskey, rum and gin tasting sessions, or take the kids off to the farmyard or funfair.
And beyond that, Lunar Festival is full of a wide range of food and drink, from the award winning Purity range of ales and imported lagers, to the extensive list of food caterers such as Persian Kitchen, Thai Mania, Burrito Boys, Piggie smalls and Born Sloppy.
- The Stranglers
- Basement Jaxx [DJ set]
- Amadou & Mariam
- The Go! Team
- Songhoy Blues
- Crazy P
- A Guy Called Gerald
- The Unthanks – The Songs of Molly Drake
- Jane Weaver
- Boy Azooga
- Trojan Sound System
- Damo Suzuki
- Mark Radcliffe – Compere & Galleon Blast
- The Heliocentrics
- Particle Kid
- Halo Maud
- Plastic Mermaids
- Park Hotel
- Richard Norris
- Swampmeat Family Band
- Nabihah Iqbal
- Tim Holmes AKA The Buddhist Punk
- Tropical Soundclash
- The Mothers Earth Movement
- Fruity Water
- Nick Cope's Children's Songs
- Dirty Old Folkers
- Ouse Valley Singles Club
- High Horses
- Rhino and The Ranters
- Atlantic Players
- Independent Country
- Major Toms
- Janice Long: In Conversation With...
- Catherine O'Flynn
- Jess Phillips
- Reasons To Be Cheerful
- Michelle Olley
- John Higgs
- Story Telling With The Wild Man of The Woods
- Storytelling With Pyn Stockman
Umberslade Farm Park is a farm in Tanworth-in-Arden, a small village in Warwickshire.
Umberslade Farm Park, Butts Lane, Tanworth-in-Arden, B94 5AE, Reino Unido
If you are driving to Lunar Festival, take Junction 3 off the M42 heading South on the A435 towards Redditch & Evesham. After 1.5 miles, take the B4101 signposted Beoley / Hockley Heath / Tanworth in Arden. From here there will be signs to the festival. Parking will cost £10 per car.
The nearest train stations are Danzey or Wood End on the Stratford – Birmingham line. The festival will be running a shuttle bus between Danzey Green and the Festival from 3pm-8pm on Thursday 26th and 11am-8pm on Friday 27. The bus will leave Danzey at quarter past the hour every hour. This will be on a first come first served basis.
The festival will also be running a shuttle service between Kings Heath (Birmingham) and Lunar Festival. It will run from the top of Vicarage Road in Kings Heath right to the festival doorstep and vice versa.
All children must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21.
The campsites will open at 10am on Friday (or 12pm on Thursday for Early Settlers). The Festival Arena will open in the early afternoon.
The Festival Arena will finish at around 3am each day. The campsite will close at midday on Monday.
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