The Black Deer festival which is a celebration of all things Americana, Country Music and Lifestyle. The weekend of music celebrated Americana, blues, roots, authentic country, folk and bluegrass genres, as well as singer-songwriters and storytellers. The authentic lifestyle and cultural celebration evoked a sense of being transported to the deep-south within the most perfect natural landscape as its backdrop, Eridge Park. We’re looking forward to 2019 already!
The Decorative Living Fair returned again to Eridge Park 0n 18th and 19th May. Visitors new and old discovered one of the best-loved decorative antiques and vintage fairs with over sixty exhibitors with beautifully designed stands laid out among the gorgeous house, garden and grounds of Eridge Park. We look forward to their return in 2019!
WeWork Summer Camp was in its sixth year in 2017 and Eridge Park Estate hosted the event for the first time in the UK.
Held 18 – 20 August 2017, WeWork offers the experience of a festival-esque getaway where folks gather from around the world to take a break from the hustle and enjoy the great outdoors.
The Major Series which has been voted Best Trail Run in the past and nominated for the running awards in 2016. There were approx. 2,000 competitors and the conditions were perfect – well it wasn’t raining! The competitors all took part in either 5km or 10km run which included obstacles and LOTS of mud. They will be returning in October, for further details click on the link to take you to their website.
The Inaugural Forgotten Fields Festival took place at Eridge Park Estate 7 – 9 August 2015. The sun shone on the festival all weekend and the festival was a real success with performances from The Levellers, Super Fury Animals and Basement Jaxx plus a whole host of children activities, a cinema, great food and drinks, what more could you want!
The High Definition Festival was an amazing success in 2014. In its fourth year it was the first year the festival was held at Eridge. Approximately 12,000 people enjoyed the dance music spread across a number of different stages and inspired by Carl Cox and others.
Human Race returned again in March for their annual duathlon. A duathlon involves running and riding your bike off road. The competitors and spectators really enjoyed themselves. If you fancy taking part follow the link to their website.
The Decorative Living Fair, which was held this year in May was well attended, however the weather wasn’t as kind as it could have been, although the heavy rain forecast didn’t arrive. This year they had approximately 850 visitors and 50 exhibitors displaying their wares and all left happy. The visitors enjoyed coffee, cake and lunches which were all provided by Blackbird Catering.
The Give Festival returned for the bank holiday weekend in August 2013 and went very well. A beautiful festival site was created on Eridge Estate and those who were lucky enough to attend the event, spent the weekend nestled in the heart of the estate with some excellent music across the weekend.