Friendly arts and music festival in beautiful surroundings, where folk, world music and the odd big star turn out for a diverse crowd
If you’re looking for quirky sounds, a weird and wonderful selection of entertainment and none of the boisterous behaviour you’ll find at plenty of other festivals, Wiltshire’s Larmer Tree could be the answer.
Set on the lush, green gardens of Larmer Tree farm outside Salisbury, the festival wins out with combination of genre-hopping music (there’s folk, world music, dub, jazz and a few big name acts) and the sort of fun and easy going entertainment that appeals to a truly varied bunch.
Also, 2015 is the 25th anniversary, so it's the biggest one yet – expect AT LEAST 25 amazing things to happen (but probably more).
The Social is an unconventional gathering point where you can catch music, comedy and even quizzes away from the main throng. At night, though, the party goes on into the small hours.
How do I get there?
Travelling by Car: Follow the directions and not your satnav!
Travelling by Train: The nearest train station is Salisbury
Travelling by Bus: Limited service to within two miles of the festival site. Salisbury Bus Station is 10-15 minute walk from the station.
*Prices marked with an asterisk + 3.5% online booking fee
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
You can sign up for tickets via the website.