Gather the kids and pop down to the wonderfully-named Pippingford Park for a weekend of wholesome fun.
Of course, if you don't have kids, don't worry - it's not an entry requirement. Also, just because it's family friendly, don't think you won't be able to get a beer if you want.
It's a festival for all ages – so if you're a kid, get involved in the kids' activities; if you're an adult (or at least have the required amount of years to be accepted by society as one, regardless of how you behave) then get involved in the adult activities.
This is a small festival, so don't expect Calvin Harris to turn up – the acts are of a more laid-back variety. This is a festival to chill-out at, not go mental at.
They rely on volunteers at Elderflower Fields; if you fancy doing that, head on over HERE.
Full lineup here.
How do I get there?
Parking is free. It’s about a 5 minute walk to the nearest edge of the main family campsite and maybe 10 or 15 minutes to the furthest corner of the wild camping. This year however, we will be running a continuous tractor and trailer service, free of charge to take both you and your luggage around the site. At peak times you may have to wait a while for the next available ride and it will only get you from the edge of the car park to the edge of the camping fields, so you’ll still have to do a little carrying! Absolutely no vehicles will be allowed onto the camping fields.
The nearest train stations to Elderflower Fields are East Grinstead, Tunbridge Wells and Uckfield which have regular connections to and from London and the south coast. For taxis, try one of the following local companies: aclasslewestaxis.co.uk, forestcars.co.uk, eastgrinsteadtaxis.co.uk or uckfield-taxis.co.uk.
Adult Weekend: £105
Child (5-16) Weekend: £45
Under 5 Weekend: £0
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets are available via the website.