Revel from Friday afternoon to Sunday morning in the stunning grounds of
Withersdane Hall, set in the heart of the Kent countryside and only an
hour by train from London.
WYE FAYRE, our perfectly-formed 5,000 capacity festival of music, takes place 6-8 July 2007 in the Kent countryside, one hour from London. We've got a stunning line-up
of established and up-and-coming international bands and artists with all the festival trimmings you'd expect and plenty of surprises.
Four magnificent music stages bring you: the flying monkey main
stage, Electroacoustic Club at The Bimble Inn (as seen at Glastonbury
and last year's End Of The Road festival), the Far & Away Stage set
in a 'Dingly Dell,' and The Stage With No Name for singer-songwriters.
Other daylight attractions include the Brixton Therapy Centre tent
for massage and all manner of other wonderfully healing stuff, and
the ingenious Play tent, where kids can do exactly that while DJs
entertain their parents.
And all the while, throughout the glorious days and nights, you can
feed the body and soul in a different way at various bars for beers
and wines, cocktails and champagne, and great food and ice cream.
After the main stage shuts down at midnight, the whole site will be
transformed into an after-hours arena of alternative entertainment,
including comedy via the sublime Robert White and Millie Masters
Penned In the Margins
poets, and impromptu acoustic performances by
some of the headliners.
Camping and parking are in separate fields with acres of space, and
have dedicated family areas. There are rooms to rent for those of you
who aren't happy campers.
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