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LeeFest 2012: Last minute tickets now available!

Fancy seeing Mystery Jets, Slow Club, Ghostpoet, Jakwab and more this weekend? Last minute tickets for South London's LeeFest are now on sale with Skiddle.

Jayne Robinson

Date published: 25th Jun 2012

Held on a small working farm just on the outskirts of Bromley and Croydon, LeeFest is an intimate, rural escape less than an hour away from central London.

Combining an alternative musical line-up of new and established acts with film, cabaret, spoken word, fascinating art installations and comedy, LeeFest is a laid back, artsy sort of a weekend created with the more discerning festival-goer in mind.

Alongside the main stage - which will play host to acts including Mystery Jets, Slow Club, Bastille, Jakwob, Summer Camp and many more over the weekend - you'll find five indoor arenas, each with their own distinctive appeal.

From the raw industrial dancefloor of The Container ('like Stonehenge but made out of iron') to the exotic, cushioned surroundings of The Clocktower, and the acoustic sounds of the Colin Denny Lava Lounge to the  VERY LOUD Temple of Boom, LeeFest will play host to a diverse range of artists in a similarly diverse range of settings.

Ghostpoet, We Were Evergreen, Friction, Dismantle, Fever Fever, Public Service Broadcasting and Ketoloco DJs are just some of the acts playing across the weekend in this picturesque corner of Kent.

See the full LeeFest lineup here.

Tickets are on sale until Wednesday through Skiddle, so if you'd like to be involved in all this loveliness then get yours now.

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