29th - 31st July 2021
Location: Hever, Kent
Neverworld prides itself on being a “spectacular immersive kingdom of music, party and wonder.” What more could you want from a family festival experience? Dressing up and having as much fun as possible is a must!
The festival is made up of three realms:-
This enormous playground in a clearing in the woods is home to the Lost Boys and the Lost Girls. Neverwoods is the place to go for crafts, food and drink, music and spoken word performances.
Sequinned mermaids are what you will find at this beach party, along with cocktails and a non-stop party!
This is the home of steampunk indulgence. Come to this realm for casinos, burlesque, pirates and more anarchy.
Neverworld boasts eleven stages and features music, DJs, comedy, cabaret, workshops, wellbeing, paint fights and arts.
Neverworld is a festival for everyone and therefore fantastic for families. There is a separate family camping area, called Dreaming Fields with its own toilets and showers.
In the festival is an area called Pan’s Playground. It runs a Never Grow Old programme of workshops and activities including craft, body marbling and henna tattoos, face painting, yoga, zorbing and bushcraft. There is also family raving and crazy golf.
Disabled parking is close to the main entrance. There are accessible toilets around the festival site. Disabled guests can stay in the disabled/family camping area. Personal assistance tickets are provided free of charge to those claiming DLA, or who have previously claimed DLA, but lost the support due to cuts.