A new festival comes to Sussex

Forgotten Fields bring exclusivity to the festival scene

You could be forgiven for thinking that Sussex is already blessed with enough summer festivals but thanks to the creative minds behind the multi-award winning Kendal Calling, East Sussex will host another festival this August, however, this one has a twist.

The organisers are going further afield than their previous events and back to their small party roots, organising a festival at Eridge Deer Park, with a capacity of just 4,000 visitors.

Nestled in the stunning Sussex countryside, Forgotten Fields is a fresh new summer party that prizes principles of intimacy, experience and quality over quantity.

Forgotten Fields features firm festival favourites with sing-a-long back catalogues, fine ales, world cuisine, extravagant site art, festival games, fancy dress frolics, boutique stalls and camp fire tales all set in picturesque English countryside.

The first wave of acts will be announced tomorrow morning so if you want to check out who’s on the line-up before signing up then check back with the Title Sussex website tomorrow to get the latest on news on Forgotten Fields.

If you want to be in with a chance to win free tickets then sign up to the pre-registration below and be in the hat to be one of 100 lucky party-goers to receive a free ticket to the inaugural Forgotten Fields http://bit.ly/FFprereg.

About Daniel White
Dan has written numerous articles for Title Sussex. He no longer works for Title Media and has made a confident career in the world of coffee!