So as you already may know, we love music and we love festivals and we cannot wait for summer to start so we can indulge in these two loves. I know weather-wise it's been a bit of a slow start to the year but fear not the temperature is rising and can you believe it we are nearly into June!
With every weekend crammed filled with music and outdoor options during the hight of the summer we are spoiled for choice but the festival that stands out for us as the start to this all is Wychwood Festival in Cheltenham - which opens it's doors on the 31st May for three days of music, comedy, family fun and much more, with an amazing line up this year including Bill Bailey - Yes THE Bill Bailey and The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, The Wedding Present, The Beat, Kate Nash, Lucy Rose and Mr Bloom for the little ones - this is going to be one exciting festival.
|Bill Bailey is the Man!|
We already have our sleeping bags and tent strew across the lounge in preparation and we have our fingers crossed for dry weather, even if it's not we are sure it's going to be a great weekend. The other reason we love the idea of this festival so much is it's family friendly credentials - with something for everyone including workshops, healers, cinema, poetry, art, a baby feeding yurt and more plus world food, a beer festival and wine pop up shop what more could you ask for.
|Family friendly fun at Wychwood|
As festivals go it is also reasonably priced and have family and quite area camping plus glamping options if you don't like the idea of tenting it. With weekend tickets £120 for adults, £55 for 10-15yr old and under 10's free (unlike a lot of festivals) they have made it possible for the whole family to attend.
So bring on summer, bring on the tunes, good food and very good times and come join us a Wychwood!
This is NOT a sponsored post - just sharing our music festival love