Definitely one for all the family, Meadowlands Festival (1st-3rd June) in East Sussex is set in the idyllic grounds of an Elizabethan manor house, in the beautiful village of Glynde. There’s glam camping in bell tents with tea light chandeliers and Egyptian cotton bedding, music from over 80 bands including Lamb (Lamb!), comedy, yoga workshops, an enchanted woodland which you access through a replica Hogwarts tunnel to find a chapel playing host to Brighton up and coming bands, a secret Victorian lido…and that’s not the half of it.

For the kids there’s a dedicated children’s area with a tee-pee village, pizza making classes and an early evening club run by “Stick it on” for those forgotten 10-17 year old dudes to try their hand a DJing. And how nice – there will be a baby change area sponsored by Purepotions 100% natural skin products, so you don’t have to scrabble around on the floor and then hunt for a nappy bin.

It’s also nice to know that the festival has a strict eco policy -from solar trees to locally sourced food and sustainable waste management.

Prices are:
£85.00 for an adult’s weekend ticket, which includes camping (bell tents come at a price, obv)
£45.00 for teens
£20.00 for children
Free for under 5’s