Bored of the tiresome festival stampede, the long old bar queues, copious shufflers and lack of space? Farr Festival is the one for you
If you’re bored of the tiresome festival stampede, the long old bar queues, copious shufflers and lack of camping (and personal) space, theres a new festival that should be on your radar. We’re talking about Farr Festival, the ones who got it right.
Born from a love of good music and a reputation for throwing a good party, the Farr family invited festival goers into their stunning fields in Hertfordshire. An organically evolving party, it has grown into one of the leading boutique festivals in the country whilst still retaining all the charm, magic and intimacy it started out with. Think perfectly maintained fields, mouthwatering food stalls, boutique camping, intimate stages, an enchanting woodland area and plenty of fresh country air.
Whilst success for many festival organisers means bigger numbers and an expanding site, for Farr the organic magic is still key to the festival they have today and whilst they have grown since their first venture in 2010, they have never strayed from their roots. We couldn’t have enjoyed our stay in the sun-drenched corn fields more and with a stellar line up featuring Mount Kimbie, George Fitzgerald, Gentlemans Dub Club and AME amongst others, with music and imagery we chart the ways in which Farr 2014 was unique.