LeeFest to return in 2016 with ‘The Neverland’ themed weekend

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LeeFest is set to return in 2016 with an exciting new creation; The Neverland.

Unbeknownst to his Lee Denny’s parents, the boutique event started out life as a packed party in the 16-year-old founder’s back garden and has since been held at Highams Hill Farm.

Having outgrown its previous site, the thriving event is now set to take root at a new larger site in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Details of which are currently being kept tip-top secret.

Celebrating its 10th birthday this summer, the grassroots festival’s remarkable story has been featured in the much-publicised Android TV story.

Marking the next chapter in the remarkable journey of LeeFest, this summer the festival is taking flight into the kaleidoscopic world of The Neverland; a magical panoptic kingdom full of unabashed creativity, diverse personalities and serious partying!

Defined by three distinct realms – the Mermaids Lagoon, Skull Ridge and the Neverwoods – The Neverland provides a fantastical immersive adventure for attendees.

Pop paradise, the Mermaid Lagoon, will be channelling Club Tropicana vibes with sunshine and cocktails a plenty. Meanwhile, the pounding, relentless sounds of bass, grunge and punk will reign supreme in the dark dystopia of Skull Ridge. Finally, the Neverwoods boasts some of the finest scenery in the whole of The Neverland, and will embrace new music, arts and crafts.

Taking place from the 28th – 30th July 2016, The Neverland helps boys and girls who never want to grow up, escape the confines of the real world.

Earlybird tickets for LeeFest Presents; The Neverland are on sale now.

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