A new music and creative arts festival is set to take place in Northumberland this September. The Lindisfarne Festival will bring together local and world-renowned musicians, DJs and performers for a spectacular weekend of festivities.
Between 4th–6th September festival-goers can camp at Beal Farm on the stunning Northumberland coastline and enjoy music from some of the best names in indie, pop, funk and rock and roll. The line-up, which has just been announced, includes Reverend & the Makers, Public Service Broadcasting, Craig Charles and The Skints. They will join local favourites Smooth & Turrell and The Baghdaddies in what promises to be a jam-packed programme of music and live performances.
The festival takes place overlooking the glorious Holy Island. The island is known for its rich spiritual and religious history. Once home to the Benedictine monks of Durham, it has become a place of religious pilgrimage. The organisers of Lindisfarne Festival are keen to celebrate Holy Island’s spiritual importance and there will be a variety of holistic therapies on offer during the festival. Choose from meditation, yoga, ecstatic dancing or cranio sacral therapy to cleanse both body and soul while you enjoy the peaceful settings and chart-topping music. Personal tarot readings, fire eaters and a range of alternative entertainments will also be available to add to the overall Lindisfarne experience.
With more acts to be announced and tickets already on sale, book now to avoid disappointment. Spiritual, celebratory and enormous fun, the Lindisfarne Festival is not to be missed.
Tickets now on sale at www.lindisfarnefestival.com