Kendal Calling

Lowther Deer Park
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Kendal calling was born from a group of music lovers who felt the fabulous fields of the lake district could be put to better use. When summer came, it was time to take to the fields for a shindig that would grow so big the whole country would hear it calling!

Kendal Calling is a 3 to 4 day festival set in the beautiful Lake District. With over 10 stages featuring regional, national and international talent. We are hoping to have our first acts revealed soon! Keep a keen eye on socials.

Kendal Calling takes place at Lowther Deer Park in the Beautiful Lake District. It’s a picturesque location that lends to an incredible festival experience. We’re so lucky to be able to host a festival in such a wonderous part of the world but please do bare in mind, that there is the odd hill and a bit of walking involved – it’s all part of the experience!

The festival is a safe and family friendly festival. They have a dedicated kids area with everything from a mothers and babies tent to workshops for teens and all ages. As part of the standard ticket, you have a dedicated Family Campsite. The Emperor’s Fields campsite is perfect for families as it is smaller in size and has all the facilities in one place.

Lowther Deer Park


From £30
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Lakeland Retreats do not run this event. For accurate, up to date information, please contact the organiser.
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