In The Woods Festival today confirms its return and will take place on September 1st & 2nd 2017, at a secret Woodland location in Kent. Following their 10th Anniversary celebrations in 2016 this unique, enchanting festival is back for good.
Remaining true to their reputation as renowned creative visionaries, trusted In The Woods curators Charlie Andrew (Brit Award winning producer), Tom Ranger, Mark Rainbow, Will Brown, Tim Adam-Smith, Hinako Omori and Joel McBride, return in 2017. ITW Festival will deliver its most impressive line-up to date, showcasing a melting pot of inspirational new talent across Music, Art and Spoken Word.
Following tradition, the festival line up will not be released until a week before it kicks off, with a set of unique performances from 18 selected artists performing across two main stages. The secrecy of the line-up ensures that the weekend maintains its mystical edge and audiences can be safe in the knowledge, that they are about to embark on a perfectly mapped out journey of discovery.
A capacity of just 1,000 guarantees that festival-goers will be treated to spectacular intimate performances from breaking artists on the cusp of critical acclaim. Previous line-ups boast Mercury Music Prize winners Alt-J and Young Fathers, as well as a selection of renowned nominees including Laura Marling, Slaves and Kate Tempest.
While music curation sits firmly at the heart of this festival, there is so much more of a treat in store to tantalise all the senses within this magical woodland.
Explore the meandering pathways, through a maze of beautifully lit tunneling trees to encounter hidden festival gems. Small clearings reveal intimate lounge areas for revelers to take a moment and play a selection of vinyl, pop up cinemas will offer moonlit movies, yoga retreats will clear the mind and there will be time to reflect while digesting the spoken word delivered via a silent disco.
Throughout the festival, towering art installations will complement the natural habitat of the woods and a fantastic selection of locally sourced cuisine and local brews will keep festivalgoers sustained from start to finish.
Disabled Access Information
ITW like to make sure nobody misses out on the event. If you have a disability but are unsure of whether the festival will provide the appropriate facilities for you, then please get in touch directly and they will do everything we can to help you out.
As the site takes place outside and in woodland the ground can be very uneven so if bringing a wheelchair be sure to use off-road tyres and take care when getting around the site. Viewing platforms are provided at both music stages and disabled toilets are available.
To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below