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Kent: Clean Bandit to headline music festival Neverworld near Hever this summer

By Angela Cole

Chart topping trio Clean Bandit are set to headline this summer's newly-named music festival, Neverworld.

The event, which was previously LeeFest and will be held near Hever in Kent in from Thursday, August 2 to Sunday, August 5.

Clean Bandit, who will tease fans with new tracks from their upcoming new album, have topped the charts with hits including Rather Be and with collaborations with Marina & The Diamonds, Zara Larsson and Sean Paul. They will headline the Friday night.

Clean Bandit will headline Neverworld in Kent this summer
Clean Bandit will headline Neverworld in Kent this summer

The festival was originally started by Lee Denny in his parents' back garden, and has been held in the county since 2016.

This year's festival promises to be a new concept and gives festival-goers the chance to join one of three tribes - The Pirates, The Mermaids or The Lost Boys - with venues including The Fortress and The Circus, as well as a Miami Beach, Rainbow Rooms and a disused Goldmine.

Neverworld - formerly Leefest and Neverland, comes to Kent again this summer
Neverworld - formerly Leefest and Neverland, comes to Kent again this summer

A range of genres will be represented, including New York rock veterans We Are Scientists, singer Rae Morris, Declan McKenna and hitmaker Tom Grennan.

Through the night keeping the dance floor going will be Sub Focus, RAM Records, Denis Sultra and Percolate.

Other acts include Keston Cobblers Club, The Islas, Pink Kink, The Ninth Wave and The RPMS.

Neverworld will be held at John Darlings Farm, Wilderness Lane, Hever, from Thursday, August 2 and Sunday, August 5.

Tickets cost from £109. To book and for more details visit Neverworld.co.uk

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