Posts tagged "Camp Bestival"

Camp Bestival 2015

July 30th – August 2nd, 2015 Lulworth Castle, Dorset by Neil Bennett For those of us with children, Camp Bestival isn’t a substitute for a ‘real’ festival – it’s a communal family experience that’s just as good. Camp Bestival is full of a thousand disparate things, but the magic is how it all hangs together. […]

Camp Bestival is coming…

July 30th – August 2nd, 2015 Lulworth Castle, Dorset Sister festival of the Isle of Wight’s Bestival, Camp Bestival is a multi-award winning festival that is an all-encompassing family festival experience.  A camping holiday that features such wonderful entertainment including live acts, comedy, DJs, theatre, food, poets, authors, talks and other family activities, Camp […]

Camp Bestival 2011

By Dudley Do-Right Having had a great time last year at Camp Bestival – Bestival’s family-friendly baby brother – we returned to deepest Dorset with high expectations. Set in the lush grounds of Lulworth Castle this younger sibling has been fattened up with the addition of another 10,000 people to an approx 30,000 capacity. This […]

Action and Horror !

Only a couple of weeks left until L.E.D. festival bank holiday weekend in Victoria Park! 90’s Fancy Dress theme, artists including Leftfield, David Guetta, Goldfrapp, Aphex Twin, Calvin Harris, Friendly Fires, Annie Mac, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso and more! — Also this upcoming bank holiday weekend in Clapham Common we have SW4, featuring the […]

Camp Bestival – the EXPLOSIVE review everyone’s been waiting for!!!

By Marty Funkhouser Camp Bestival is the baby brother of the hugely successful Bestival, both curated by Radio One’s Rob Da Bank. At a (sold out) capacity of 10,000 it’s a third the size of it’s better known sibling and so manages to retain a genuinely intimate boutique feel, which it does in the beautiful […]

Camp Bestival

July 19-21, 2008 Lulworth Castle by Joanna Orland I’m a festival snob. I like the sun to be shinning when I attend a festival. I like my festivals to be in a ubiquitous rural location. I like my festival crowds to be shiny, happy, laughing people preferably in fancy dress. I like my festivals to […]