Kendal Calling 2017 on Thursday 27th - Sunday 30th July 2017
For the most up-to-date information about this event, please go here: Kendal Calling Festival Guide
A small festival with a big attitude, Kendal Calling takes place each year in the beautiful surroundings of the Lowther Deer Park in the Lake District.
With big main stage lineup each year, a huge dance tent, and a plethora of small and interesting stages hosted in quirky tents, Kendal Calling is a great chance to see both big and up and coming artists in a truly gorgeous setting.
As well as a comprehensive and impressive musical programme, the festival also includes a great roster of comedy, spoken word and DJs - so there's something for everyone. And with its laid back atmosphere and gorgeous art installations and sculptures dotted around the festival site, it's a magical place for kids too.
Kendal Calling was born from a group of music lovers who felt the fields of Cumbria could be put to better use during the summer months - in the name of music, fun and frolics.
We look forward to each coming year, as they consistently seem to out-do themselves each time. Don’t be fooled by the size, Kendal Calling packs a whallop!
Stereophonics / Manic Street Preachers / Franz Ferdinand / Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls / Tinie Tempah / Editors / Jake Bugg / Brian Wilson presents Pet Sounds
... plus many more.
Full Lineup To Date:
Manic Street Preachers
Brian Wilson presents Pet Sounds
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls
Nothing But Thieves
Reverend And The Makers
The Lancashire Hotpots
Man & The Echo
The Shimmer Band
My Nu Leng
The Comet is Coming
Broken Brass Ensemble
K.O.G & The Zongo Bride
Yumi & The Weather
London African Gospel Choir sings Graceland
Beatlemania celebrating 50 years of SGT Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
Music Genres: Alternative, House, Indie, Pop, Rock
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