On the eve of the biggest LeeFest ever, they have announced their super secret final headliner, Slaves.
This Kent born outfit are set to bring lip-snarling rabble-rousing energy and show stopping energy to John Darlings Farm. LeeFest have a proud history of supporting local up and coming talent and Slaves are safely considered to be part of the LeeFest family.
Elsewhere on the already stellar bill Jake Bugg, Annie Mac, and Kate Tempest will lead the charge on what’s set to be an inspired weekend of music and arts.
Fellow headliner Jake Bugg is poised for an eclectic performance of heartfelt folk tunes and intimate anthems.
Kate Tempest is a creative polymath who needs needs little introduction, the mesmerising spoken word poet is an accomplished playwright, novelist, poet and respected recording artist who effortlessly weaves song, spoken word and rap into her shows.
Famed Radio 1 legend Annie Mac earned her stripes as the supreme curator of need-to-know dance music. Easily one of the world’s most hard-working DJ’s, Annie is known for her high octane live shows.
Daft Punk collaborators Parcels are set to bring their new aged funk rhythms to the farm for the first time. Very special guests Jungle have carefully curated a lineup of their favourites including Moxie and Makeness, all topped off with an extra special set from the hip hop outfit themselves.
Since their very first festival in Lee’s parent’s back garden in 2006, LeeFest has become a thriving arts community that welcomes 5,000 revellers annually. LeeFest is all about heart. Their attention to detail has earned them a hard earned reputation for creating a world away from home: The Neverland.
LeeFest presents The Neverland is an immersive world that prides itself on attention to detail and silliness. You might discover your home with the Mermaids of Mermaids Lagoon, the Pirates at Skull Ridge or join the Lost Boys in The Neverwoods.
LeeFest Presents The Neverland
10 / 11 / 12 August 2017
Weekend tickets on sale now.
£119 (+ Fees)