Boutique Festivals

27 matching festivals
July
Standon Calling

Standon Calling

Standon, Hertfordshire

25th - 28th Jul 2019

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Standon Calling

Standon, Hertfordshire

25th - 28th Jul 2019

From 70.92 + delivery

Music, Art, Family Friendly, Boutique festivals

Small

Under 18's Allowed

Showers,

Kids Area

Standard Camping, Luxury / VIP Camping, Campervan

Kendal Calling

Kendal Calling

Lowther Deer Park, nr Penrith, Cumbria

25th - 28th Jul 2019

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Kendal Calling

Lowther Deer Park, nr Penrith, Cumbria

25th - 28th Jul 2019

From 158.25 + delivery

Music, Beer, Family Friendly, Boutique festivals

Very Small

Under 18's Allowed

Showers, Luxury Showers, Luxury Toilets,

Kids Area, Cinema / Film screenings

Standard Camping, Luxury / VIP Camping, Quiet Camping, Campervan

August
A New Day Festival

A New Day Festival

Mt Ephraim Gardens, Hernhill, Faversham, Kent.

2nd - 4th Aug 2019

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A New Day Festival

Mt Ephraim Gardens, Hernhill, Faversham, Kent.

2nd - 4th Aug 2019

From 42.18 + delivery

Music, Family Friendly, Boutique festivals

Small

Under 18's Allowed

Showers,

Kids Area

Standard Camping, Luxury / VIP Camping, Quiet Camping, Caravan, Campervan

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Skiddle: The UK's biggest guide to summer festivals

Many boutique festivals are beginning to attract some big names whilst still managing to stay true to their roots. Representing a more authentic festival experience, most grassroots festivals have developed reputations over the years that some of the big festivals struggle to compete with.

Offering an eclectic experience free from the stresses of bigger festivals, grassroots and boutique festivals don't just concentrate on music but offer vast attractions taking in the arts, workshops, comedy and theatre, leading to a well rounded weekend of easygoing, exciting programming that leaves you wanting more.


Whereas large festivals sometimes feel a little soulless, these small festivals focus on their eccentricities often featuring local traditions and products whilst exposing the boutique festival goer to some interesting smaller acts and entertainment activities that would not normally be on the radar of larger festivals.