Festivals

Preview: Into The Woods

It takes a lot to convince us to trek all the way to Kent. But Into The Wood, which takes place September 1 and 2, looks well worth the travel time.

In The Woods will take place at a secret woodland location.

Tickets on sale here
Price £130
In a natural amphitheatre under the beautifully lit forest canopy, festival-goers will embark on a perfectly mapped out journey of discovery across music art and spoken word.

What started life as a party for friends of the indie pop outfit Laurel Collective, has into a pocket sized performance for just 1,000 of your newest friends.

Staying true to tradition, the line-up is kept secret until a week before it all kicks off, audiences however, can be in no doubt that they are in safe hands. Hosted by Radio X’s John Kennedy since 2009, all acts are personally selected by a team of accomplished curators, including Charlie Andrew, Brit Award winning producer.

Tim Adam-Smith said: “What makes ITW different from other festivals is our focus on building a truly balanced line-up that reflects every corner of the industry.

There are 7 of us, all with wildly different tastes; gunning for the artists we think are producing something special – it’s an incredibly democratic process where we only book an act if everyone is happy doing so.”
As well as live acts, expect intimate lounge areas for playing a selection of vinyl, discover pop up cinemas showing art house films, yoga retreats to clear the mind and intimate moments listening to spoken word delivered via a silent disco. A fantastic selection of locally sourced cuisine and brews will keep festival-goers sustained from start to finish and the final night in the woods, is carried through until dawn, under the glow and warmth of a giant bonfire lit at midnight.

 

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