Unearthed in a Field (UIF) festival is firmly on the horizon, and with the weather looking like it’s set to hold out as visitors to this wonderful area of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside descend to enjoy the fun and festivities, this year could just be the best one yet!
Glamping UK revellers and keen performing arts enthusiasts will be eager to get the weekend started, but there’s more depth to this event than meets the eye. The aim? Well apart from giving festival-goers a chance to sample food that’s all been ethically and locally sourced, including handmade pizzas made from sour dough, a spicy bean burger, or even some of the wild foraged café offerings, UIF opens up an experience to enjoy the expansion of consciousness from the material to the ethereal.
Unearthed in a Field is a festival, but above all is an event that is open to all and is most definitely a family friendly event for all ages.
The musical line-up is strong again this year and will be sure to keep all tastes entertained, featuring the likes of Undercover Hippy, Two Rivers, Nelson and Friends, Lucy Jones, and Shire Roots, all on hand to tantalise the ears of music lovers, young and old.
You can listen to Tim Rees, curator of Unearthed in a Field, describing what makes UIF so special, here:
Watch some of the highlights from Unearthed in a Field 2015, here:
If you ‘d like to find out more about Unearthed in a Field, visit the website here.