Larmer Tree is a five-day music and arts festival renowned for it's eclectic line-up and strong family friendly values, it also has an independent and non corporate ethos.
Running since 1990, the multi-award winning event aims to be intimate with a capped capacity of 4,000, and has sold out in advance for the past 17 years.
Confirmed live music acts so far include Paloma Faith, Levellers, Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, whereas comedy highlights to look forward to include Tim Minchin, Greg Davies and Milton Jones.
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The festival has been described as having an infectious vibe, which is both enjoyable and relaxing. One journalist from The Times claimed it was the sort of festival where "Our children could make forays on their own and easily find us again".
Music stages and other entertainment
There are six stages, over 70 diverse artists, comedy, 150 free workshops, street theatre, a carnival procession and spoken word plus much, much more!
2012 New Media Dreamspace
Designed to inspire creativity, this is a chance for festival-goers to immerse themselves in a media dream world, with filmmaking, animation, broadcasting and much more. Located near the Flag Circle in The Village, there’ll be a packed programme of drop-in workshops and interactive performances, which will enable people to explore a world of imagination through media tools, get hands on with high-tech gadgets or join the Roving Reporter team.
Julia Safe, Co-Director of Lamer Tree Festival, said: “We have a great, longstanding relationship with Salisbury Arts Centre including most recently having programmed the music for their Acoustic Cafe gigs. And, now we’re extremely pleased to be welcoming their creative team to Larmer Tree for the first time, it promises to be a brilliant hotbed of media activity - we can’t wait to drop by and see what’s going on!”
The Media Dreamspace Tent will be open from 12pm to 6pm on Thursday to Sunday and will feature things to divert people’s attention for a few minutes and others to keep them amused for hours. There’s something for all ages and abilities to get involved in. There will also be a video diary booth for festival-goers to share their Larmer Tree experiences, and screenings of all the footage and material being generated as fast as the onsite media monkeys can edit it ready for projection.
Tickets range from £24 for a Child's Thursday ticket right up tp £190 for a 5 day adult ticket.