The Neverworld festival has just announced its next wave of artists including headliners Bastille.
Joining the already announced Clean Bandit and Declan McKenna, new acts added to the line-up include My Nu Leng, Hollie Cook and Hudson Taylor.
Visitors to the festival in Hever, Kent, will be encouraged to join one of three tribes – The Pirates, The Mermaids or The Lost Boys – to embark on an adventure into their wildest dreams.
Food will also be a big part of the festival.
Vegan highlights include the indulgent Los Cuates churros, vegan churros with Chocolate, alongside other contemporary vegan churro creations, Brighton Gelato with their vegan, homemade Italian ice cream and fruit sorbets, pictured, and Osu Coconuts with the freshest coconut water and savoury gluten free vegan pancakes.
Meatier options like Spit & Roast, Burrito Boys and classic festival favourite Mac Attack will be cooking up a storm with locally sourced meat and top quality ingredients.
Not forgetting the veggies with the very popular Mr Hamidi’s Halloumi Fries.
Neverworld takes place in Hever, Kent, from August 2 to 5; tickets from £109. Visit www.neverworld.co.uk.
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