Never grow old
Neverworld is an intimate boutique and eclectic music festival just outside London. Showcasing a diverse programme of music, theatre, comedy, art and more quirks than you can possibly dream up, the festival has become one of the UK's most inclusive and surreal.
Having started out as a bit of a fun in a back garden, Neverworld has grown out the now legendary LeeFest (who remembers the advert?), and aims to be at the forefront of giving a platform to the artists of tomorrow. That said, there's no shortage of stars of today, with 2019's lineup including The Vaccines, Craig David, Tom Grennan and Professor Green.
And with a theme of escapism running throughout, festival-goers can expect to be greeted by an extensive selection of shape-shifting dance troupes, glitter fuelled games, real beach parties, a tranquility spa, comedy, arts and craft workshops, a cinema and much, much more across its fantastical realms.
John Darlings Farm is in Kent, south-east of London and easily accessible from the capital.
John Darlings Farm, Wilderness Lane, Edenbridge, TN8 7LP, Regno Unito
If you are travelling by train, the festival advises you take a train to Hever station. From here the festival will be operating a frequent shuttle bus service to the festival site. This will cost £5 cash per journey. Please note there are no cash machines at Hever station.
Those who are driving will require a pre-booked parking ticket.
Those ages under 18 must be accompanied by an adult over 21, with a maximum of 3 under 18s per adult.
Those aged 12 and under are permitted for free, however, they will still require a ticket. Those aged 13-16 can purchase a Teen Ticket.
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