LeeFest started back in 2006, with 150 people in the eponymous Lee's back garden. It's since grown to encompass a campsite and multiple stages for a couple of thousand festivalgoers at Highams Hill Farm in Surrey. This year's line-up includes British Sea Power, the Young Knives and Get Cape Wear Cape Fly.
There's more than just bands and DJs though - artists will set up sculptures and installations on site, the guys from the Kindness Offensive are coming along, there's live graffiti art, a steel orchestra and 1940s style tea and cake. Most of all though, the organisers say it's just about having fun. Which sounds good to us.
LeeFest runs 12th-13th August at Highams Hill Farm, Warlingham CR6 9PQ. Day tickets cost £30 / £35 in advance, £40 / £45 on the door; weekend tickets including camping cost £55 in advance, £65 on the door. Family tickets cost £110 / £130 and under 10s go free. For more information see the LeeFest website.