Elderflower Fields


Gary Stewart's Graceland, Hope And Social, ChainSka Brassika, Funke and the Two Tone Baby, Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra, The Makeshift Ensemble, Nick Cope


Pippingford Park, Nutley, Uckfield, East Sussex. TN22 3HW


Elderflower Fields is easily accessible by car and parking is free, but the organisers do ask you to consider car sharing. The nearest train stations to the festival site are East Grinstead, Tunbridge Wells and Uckfield. For taxis, try one of the following local companies: aclasslewestaxis.co.ukforestcars.co.ukeastgrinsteadtaxis.co.uk or uckfield-taxis.co.uk.


Tickets £130 for weekend, with camping. Child £62.50; under 3s £6  Buy tickets here


Friday 24th to Monday 27th May 2019


2,000 capacity per day

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Elderflower Fields is a small, independent festival, created in 2012 by a team of friends and set within the stunning private grounds and magical woodland of Pippingford Park in the Ashdown Forest – the perfect environment for kids and grown-ups to fully escape for the weekend.

Now entering its eighth year, Elderflower Fields builds upon a winning formula for a festival designed especially for families with children. It’s an exciting and unique family experience that opens children and their parents’ minds to new opportunities in sport, music, the arts, the environment and food in the great outdoors.

What's on offer:

- Over 40 bands, DJ’s and performers on three stages
- Urban Woods adventure sports, including climbing, parkour(military obstacle course training), slacklining & skateboarding
- Sports and arts camp sessions
- Family cinema, nature walks, orienteering and disc golf
- Wildlife, environmental and creative workshops
- The best locally sourced food and drink
- Cocktail bar and local craft beers
- So Sussex family picnic included in the ticket price
- Woodland Spa luxurious treatments in partnership with Green People

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What we love about this festival.

This is the ideal first festival for families. It has a really intimate and caring feel and there is so much to try.

Camping and Glamping Options

Camping and parking are both included in the ticket price. There are two main camping fields and plenty of space. All the camping areas are quiet as this is a family festival. There are hot showers freely available and an area for campers and caravans. Why not try the Boutique camping option? You will be treated to a free buggy service and can choose from bell tents, tipis, lotus tents or pre-pitched tents.

Past lineups

The Carny Villains, Jally Kebba Susso, Town Of Cats, Holy Moly And The Crackers, Garance Louise, Iyatra Quartet, London Afrobeat Collective, Shlomo, Resonators, Gypsy Hill. Mr B. and the Gentlemen Rhymer, Danny and the Champions of the World, Tankus the Henga.

Kids and families

There is so much for all the family! Try swing-ball, silly sports, a climbing wall, yoga for kids, skateboarding and scooting school, archery, campfire cookout, face-painting, arts camp, kayaking, orienteering and pond-dipping.

A touch of luxury

The Woodland Spa is where to head if you would like to enjoy a massage, reflexology or aromatherapy. There are also a range of well-being classes on offer.

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