Jul 2020

Highams Hill Farm

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The basics

The creative vision of one man (called Lee), is a friendly eclectic festival on the edge of London, with added poetry and comedy

The festival

Started by a teenaged Lee (who else) in 2006 as a garden party/rave at his parent’s house, what became Leefest has evolved into one of the most fun and idiosyncratic festivals on the calendar.

Since its launch, Lee has brought on a dedicated core team of directors and bookers (he's only one man after all). Crucially though, the small-scale, good-time character has stayed, thanks to limited crowd numbers (just a couple of thousand), and an eclectic and eccentric lineup that extends beyond music and into poetry, comedy and film. 

It’s not one for stellar names, but the lineup has strength in depth and quality.

With a location just outside London (in Warlingham, just outside Croydon), it’s also a perfect party escape from London and real life.

Unfortunately the team behind Leefest have announced that they are taking a fallow year in 2015, with plans to return in 2016.

Our tip

Just because it’s small, doesn’t mean Leefest is spartan. You can stay – for a price – in a 4-person luxury touareg tent with proper beds, rugs and solar powered lighting. Get you!



Getting there

How do I get there?

Travelling by Train: Use either Bromley South Station, East Croydon Station. 

Travelling by Bus: The LeeFest Bus runs from Bromley South Station and East Croydon Station directly to the site, with no stops along the way. The 464 stops outside the LeeFest site, running between Tatsfield, Biggin Hill and New Addington.

Travelling by Bike: Safe bike locking facilities will be provided onsite near the box office and campsite.

Car Share: Go Car Share 



Adult Weekend Ticket:

Super early Bird: £50

Tier 1: £60

Tier 2: £70

Tier 3: £80

Teen Tickets: £50

When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets will be availble via the website.

More info

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