Three festivals take place annually in the UK, New Zealand, and Australia. They are usually a handful of traveling festivals as well, so one might be traveling close to you.
It’s family friendly
Organizers are very thoughtful when it comes to including the under-18 set (special areas for ages 14-17) and kids 13 and under get in gratis. There are workshops, resources, and even a carnival in place for when the kiddos don’t want just to listen to music on stage.
Opt for the upscale camping
Luxury tents, hot showers, and food service ease the daily grind that festivals sometimes bring about.
Charlton Park, just outside Wiltshire, is a two-hour train ride from London.
Around The Area
Britain’s South West region is a treasure trove for tourists: Salisbury Cathedral has England’s largest church spire and an original copy of the Magna Carta, Stonehenge and Avebury are two of the world’s most famous Neolithic structures, and a visit to Bath will bring you back to the height of the Empire.