The Magic Loungeabout returns for 2010
United Kingdom | 29 October 2009
After a year out, The Magic Loungeabout is set to return in 2010 at a brand new venue.
Broughton Hall in Skipton, Yorkshire will house the festival, which will also extend to two days.
The full weekend will now include a speaker’s tent featuring literary stars, travellers and foodies along with a cinema, restaurant, old school games room and more.
Speaking about the festival’s return, organiser Simon Adamson said: “We took 2009 as a sabbatical, to distil everything we gleaned from last year’s festival. For us the key element is listening to the people who attended in 2008 and we had plenty of great feedback.
“There are going to be lots of exciting developments announced in the coming weeks, but already we have added a speaker’s tent, a cosy cinema, a restaurant, a tea shop and an old school games room.
“There’s double the amount on offer for the kids, twice as many spa treatments, a crafts and clothes area and two more choices to the way you camp. We’re paying even more attention to the tone of the festival, to the production, and believe we have got something really special. It will really feel like you’re going to a different place altogether.”
The festival will have emphasis on two distinct days: Saturday for indulging, Sunday for enriching. There will also be cocktails, boutique camping and plenty of pop and electronica for all the family.
The Magic Loungeabout 2010 will run from 31 July to 1 August with early bird tickets on sale tomorrow (30 October) priced at £76.80.
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