A LOOK TO LOST VILLAGE FESTIVAL’S TRIBAL BANQUETING

With the likes of DJ Koze, Jackmaster and Jon Talabot performing to an intimate crowd of 5,000 deep in a Licolnshire froest, Lost Village was one of last year’s most exciting new festival. This weekend see its return and with more immersive experience added, the festival will welcome foodies and music lover alike hosting a series of Tribal Banquets by acclaimed chefs Michael O’Hare and Lee Wescott.

If last years festival is anything to go by, party goers at Lost Village will be in for something special. The well thought out teaming of the two chefs seems perfectly suited to the festival; O’Hare’s renowned cooking style isn’t too dissimilar from the gothic aesthetics and theatrics of Lost Village, while Wescott made a name for himself using forged ingredients at his acclaimed Bethnal Green restaurant, Typing Room. Together they have created an innovative four course feast that includes O’Hare’s signature fish dish, made famous on the BBC’s Great British Menu.

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In addition to the banquet, organisers have made sure punters are well fed throughout the whole weekend. London favourites Voodoo Ray’s Pizza will be one of the well-know street food names setting up camp at Lost Village, as they join Smokestack, The Cheese Truck, Spit and Roast and Le Bun.

Running from Friday 27th May through to Sunday 29th May, tickets to the Tribal Banquets are still available for £59 per person and include wine and aperitif cocktails. Visit www.lostvillagefestival.com to secure your place at the banquet table.

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