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celebrate 10 years of Kendal Calling, the Cumbrian team are launching Forgotten Fields in the South of England in Eridge Deer Park, Sussex to their vision that captures the heart and spirit of the original festival, and condenses it for an intimate audience of just 4000 party goers. The music line up for the weekend includes British Sea Power played the first ever Kendal Calling festival and fittingly perform at the inaugural Forgotten Fields alongside American indie rockers Augustines, London rockers The Horrors, the incredible Champs and pseudonymous musical duo Public Service Broadcasting who we saw at Latitude Festival.

With real ale breweries such as Burning Sky, Filo Brewing and Hastings taking part as well as many gourmet food outlets and a multitude of bespoke camping options on offer – and all this JUST 50 minutes on a train from London!

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Fri 7th – Sun 9th August 2015
Eridge Park, Eridge Green, Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex,TN3 9HS