1. Larmer Tree

13th-17th July 2016, Cranborne Chase Sailsbury.


Situated in an Area of Outstanding Beauty and having previously been awarded UK Festival Awards for ‘Best Family Festival’ and ‘Small Festival of the Year 2015’. this unique and intimate festival boasts an eccentric, fun and exciting array of music, comedy theatre poetry and events for all the family, topped with a quintessential atmosphere.


  1. Latitude

14th–17th July 2016, Henham Park, Suffolk

latitude festival

Latitude features diverse acts from music, literature, poetry film, comedy, poetry and visual arts. With a dedicated Kids Area, Inbetweeners’ area for 12+, and Enchanted Garden family campsite children can let their imaginations run wild and families can enjoy a fun-filled, adventurous weekend.


  1. The Big Festival

26th-28th August, The Cotswolds


The perfect family festival to keep your children truly occupied. With a wide range of events such as the Family Olympics, hands on Workshops and Vintage Funfair as well as yoga for all ages you will be spoilt for choice.


  1. Camp Bestival

28-1stJuly, Lulworth Castle, Dorset


Camp Bestival was made for kids. Whether you head over to the Science Tent for some mindboggling experiments, get your hands messy in Art Town or dance to new music in The Den, you can be sure your children will never be bored.


  1. Green Man

18th-21st August, Brecon Beacons, Wales


Set in the idyllic welsh countryside, Green Man has lots to see, do and discover for parents and children. It is a festival that will create family memories that last a lifetime.