12th, 13th & 14th June


2015 line up coming very soon...


Catch the final few Early Bird Tickets here

Travel and accommodation information and bookings will be available in the new year. Counting down the days until we are all reunited in those magical mountains. If you need any further help or have some questions, please get in touch with the Meadows' family here: info@meadowsinthemountains.com.



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Meoko- There is undoubtedly, a pervading, authentic British hippie spirit present, thankfully one that hasn’t been packaged and sold for its cool factor à la Glastonbury.


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Telegraph - Everyone I spoke to – actually a surprising number of people, thanks to the kind of atmosphere where you can't make a friend without being offered a massage or some face paint – discovered it through word of mouth.


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Clash - At a time when the world is awash with generic festivals that never quite deliver what they promise, Meadows in the Mountains feels like a very important event.


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Sabotage - I’ve spent a decade going to festivals big, small and barely-there. The sense of openness at Meadows is something I’ve not encountered elsewhere.


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Crack Magazine - Meadows in the Mountains is the actualisation of a dream that plenty of UK festivals have been trying to emulate for the past 25 years, because it is genuine, rather than trying so hard to give the illusion of genuineness. It’s the un-sanded stool to your ‘urban rustic’ Ikea Billy Chair. Rather than redefining the idea of a festival, Meadows is a reminder of what a real festival is.


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Ransom Note - The beauty of the festival is that there is a collection of people that seem to genuinely give a f**k about each other and act more like a community than a swarm. Over the weekend I ended up meeting countless people, and by the third day their familiar faces seemed more like old friends than weekend associates. The uniqueness of the setting meant it always gave off the feeling of a certain fellowship, a sharing of having done something different which I really haven’t seen before in other festivals.


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