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Larmer Tree Festival

When: 16 July - 19 July

Where: Larmer Tree Gardens, Tollard Royal, Wiltshire

For three days and four joyful nights in July, Larmer Tree Garden transforms into a sensory wonderland, ensuring adventure at every turn. Get ready to enjoy top-notch local, national and international artists in music, outdoor theatre, live performances, arts and comedy, as well as blissful retreats and legendary international cuisine to fill your belly and nourish your soul.

Our audience has and will always be the most important part of the Larmer Tree philosophy and we’re devoted to creating a stress-free experience for you from start to finish. We remain small by choice and offer a true community vibe for all ages, so whether you want to party through the night or enjoy the ultimate chilled family weekend, we’ve got you covered.

Come join us as we celebrate 30 years of throwing the ultimate summer party surrounded by music, friends, family, and of course plenty of peacocks.

  • We’re delighted to offer some of the coolest boutique camping options around. From traditional gypsy-style caravans to luxuriously furnished bell tents, there’s no need to say goodbye to your home comforts while you’re with us.

    Click on individual providers for their location and details:

    If you are getting a privately hired van delivered, please make sure they arrive from 1pm on Thursday 16th and not before.

    Our Boutique area will set up camp on a new location: a flat, quiet location around a 7 min walk (up a slight incline) to the entrance of the Festival Village.

    You will have a dedicated toilet and shower block, and a specific area in the weekend car park, so you won’t have to carry your things too far to get to your new weekend home. Just tell the stewards you need the Boutique Parking when you arrive and they will direct you.

    We have a limited number of powered pitches* available for the weekend. So if you want to dry your hair and charge your phone, please book the correct package directly with the boutique provider.

    As usual, you can buy your tickets and vehicle passes from our website and head over to your chosen Boutique option’s website to book directly with them.

    *Please note, the power pitches are fixed in position, so if you want to set up next to friends with power, you’ll need to buy a power pitch too!

  • Are there different areas in the campsites?

    There’s a campsite to suit everyone… Quiet Camping, Family Camping, General Camping, Accessible Camping, Day Camping, Van Field and of course luxurious Boutique Camping. They pretty much do exactly what they say on the tin, but read on for a few more details.

    Our camping map will be released later in the year so you can start planning your stay in advance.

    QUIET CAMPING

    A bit further away from the Festival site, for a more peaceful night’s sleep.

    FAMILY CAMPING

    Make friends with other families. Expect early mornings and early nights!

    GENERAL CAMPING

    Does what it says on the tin!

    ACCESSIBLE CAMPING & PARKING

    Within easy access to the Festival, only for those who have booked in advance. Facilities include a dedicated car park, adapted toilets and showers.

    DAY CAMPING

    For easy access in and out if you’re just staying for one night.

    VAN FIELD

    Just for live-in vehicles, including hired caravans and Gypsy Bowtops - you’ll need a Van Pass to stay here. We allow up to two small tents to be pitched next to your live-in vehicle.

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