Larmer Tree Festival Jumps onboard with the Access Card for 2018


Returning fully refreshed from a year off, the Larmer Tree festival returns in 2018 with it’s three day, four night festival during the weekend of 19th-22nd July 2018 Access Cardholders get a free companion ticket with valid +1 symbol.


The original inspiration behind the festival was the Bracknell Jazz Festival in the beautiful grounds of South Hill Park in the late ’70s.

The Larmer Tree Gardens are located in the heart of Cranbourne Chase, a picturesque area of green fields and stunning treelines, the Larmer Tree revealed itself in all its Victorian splendour with canopies of glorious greenery, majestic trees and verdant lawns, 28 years later, the festival has matured and grown into a successful and much loved music and arts festival.

Music line-ups for previous years include: Jamie Cullum, Gabrielle Aplin, Tom Odell, The Stranglers, Calexico and many more, the wide range of styles make for an eclectic mix of folk jazz and acoustic songwriting, ideal for families and children alike.

(Some of the previous year artists)


The Festival grounds take place in and around the beautiful Larmer Tree Gardens much of the gardens are lawns with some gravel paths between different areas, the festival aims to be accessible to all guests with the main entrance and campsites next to the Garden gorunds, There are no steps, but there are some gentle slopes around th garden grounds, hard standing and tracks are from the accessible campsite and car park to the festival village, access around the festival can be challenging in extreme weather. There is an accessible viewing platform on the Main Lawn, spaces are available for those in most need with on site stewards available to help.

Food and drink at the festival include some of the leading stalls from vendors including vegan and gluten free stalls, that cater for all dietary requirements, the selection changes from year to year but with a wide range of bespoke eateries and snack bars and also leading breweries serving the latest ales and beers, there is no shortage of places to eat and drink.





Tickets for next year’s event are available now, to book please visit their website below, Access Cardholders can use their card with valid +1 symbol from a free companion/PA ticket when booking.

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