The independent North East over 18's music festival will be showcasing an eclectic range of musical acts over 9 stages including headliners The Levellers and Happy Mondays from 30th August - 2nd September on Beal Farm Northumberland. The popular 3 day event will have in excess of 150+ live acts and DJs playing across 3 days and nights (until 4am). This year, the home-grown festival, which is often likened to a mini Glastonbury, will have 9 unique venues for music lovers to explore and enjoy, with a strong and diverse line up spanning almost every imaginable genre. Acts joining the star-studded bill include rockabilly legend Rob Heron, Scotland’s finest ska band Esperanza, Afro-latino drumming sensation the Ladies of Midnight Blue, soulful sister duo Liv’n’G and foot-stomping guitarist Ben Catley, who will be flying in from West Australia (returning to his Geordie roots) to bring his high energy, feel-good coastal music to the ears of UK festivalgoers. Other acts already confirmed include, The Showhawk Duo, Dub Pistols, Ferocious Dog, Skinny Lister, Holy Moly & The Crackers, Detroit Social Club and Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5.
Lindisfarne Festival is located on the North East coast, approximately halfway (60 miles) between Edinburgh & Newcastle.
Postcode: TD15 2PB
The festival site is located at Beal Farm on the Northumberland mainland, just a few miles off the A1. Proceed along the A1 to the crossroad at Beal (approximately 8 miles South of Berwick-upon-Tweed). From there, follow the signs to Holy Island. The festival site is just yards from the Lindisfarne Causeway and car parks will be clearly sign posted.
When you plan your route to Lindisfarne Festival, please take a moment to consider the environment. If you are driving to the festival, fill your car with friends. If you can't travel with old friends, travel with new ones! Find fellow festivalgoers to car share with on our Facebook and Twitter pages or use public transport if possible.
The parking area is separate to the campsite - just a short walk away (approx 400m). Cars must have a valid parking pass for the duration of your stay at the festival. We recommend booking your parking in advance. Click here to purchase your parking pass
Advanced Online Price: £10 - £12 (booking fees apply)
Onsite Parking Price: £20
Located on the East Coast mainline (London Kings Cross > Edinburgh), the nearest station to the festival site is at Berwick-upon-Tweed.
You can travel from Newcastle/Edinburgh to Lindisfarne Festival for as little as £5.50 each way* and book a seat on our FREE Bus to & from the station...
FREE Bus - from Berwick
We are hosting a free bus from Berwick Train Station to the festival site on Friday at midday (12pm). A return mini bus service will be leaving the festival site on Sunday at 11am arriving back at Berwick train station at approximately 11:30am, followed by another bus leaving the festival site at midday (arriving at Berwick approx. 12:30pm). Please allow plenty of time when booking trains.
To reserve your seats - please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org including the names of all passengers, and the name your festival tickets were booked under.
Seats will only be allocated to passengers who have bought a ticket to the festival and cannot be reserved prior to ticket purchase. Tickets can be purchased here.
Limited seats available - Book early to avoid disappointment.
A public bus service also operates from the train station to Holy Island, via the festival site.
Woodys taxis are offering Lindisfarne Festival-goers a 10% discount on fares. Call 01289 547009 to book your journey in advance.
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(Thursday - Sunday)
(Friday - Sunday)
(Saturday - Sunday)
|Daily from 00:00 to 00:00.|
|Thursday 30th Aug - Sunday 2nd September|
Ticket booking essential