Lindisfarne Festival – ‘The Ultimate End Of Summer Party’
Due to temporary vat reduction for the hospitality sector all bookings made from 22nd JULY 2020 until the end of the year will have only 5% vat this is a huge saving of 15%. To receive this discount all orders must be paid before the end of 2020.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce that Lindisfaren 2020 has been postponed until 2021. This decision has not been an easy one. But your safety and the safetly of our NHS are our priority. 2021 will be a bumper year and will be the best ever. Why not roll over to 2021 and have an amazing weekend to look forward to.
Headliners will stay the same!! but we need you to roll over for this to happen.
For larger group booking get in touch and we can help to accommodate
We are delighted to be returning for our third Lindisfarne festival in 2021
There will be showers available and car parking will be very close for glamping guests.
Here’s what the Lindisfarne Fest have to say:
“Providing a fantastic escape from reality, Lindisfarne Festival is a place you can forget all your worries, let go of your inhibitions and live life to the max!
Lose yourself, find yourself – do whatever you want to do. Immerse yourself in great music and entertainment, surrounded by wonderful people and incredible scenery.
End your summer on the ultimate high note and make some memories that will last a lifetime!”
Don’t just take their word for it, the critics love it to:
“As settings for music festivals go, a field overlooking Holy Island has got to be up there. Add in a cracking line up; a collection of smiley caterers offering a variety of treats for the tummy, a buzzy beer tent; and a few thousand people who have assembled with the collective aim of having a belting time, and you’ve got yourself a pretty wonderful way to spend the weekend.” – The Chronicle
“Set your thrill-o-meter to “Stunning” and gird yourself for one of our very favourite festivals being held anywhere in the UK this year… Taking place on the most beautiful stretch of coastline in the country, with the spectacular backdrop of Holy Island, it was the perfect venue for an eclectic line-up that ranged from top bands to up and coming local acts to DJs to off-the-wall stuff and more.” – The Crack