This festival is totally independent, limited to 5,000 tickets a day and keeps its prices reasonable.
Routinely listed among the best boutique, best value and best family festivals in the UK, Blissfields has earned its reputation with classic sets (think Mumford and Sons as the backup band to Laura Marling) and creative flair.
Best of all, the festival has managed to hang on to its humble roots even with all the well-deserved hype. With hand-picked food and drinks purveyors, imaginative arenas and acts spanning the genres of folk, pop, indie, rock and dance, Blissfields appeals to a wide range of tastes.
Blissfields takes place 6-8 July, and this year’s headliners include Metronomy, The Cinematic Orchestra, Sundara Karma and The Japanese House.
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