Also Festival is a festival with a difference.

19 - 21 June 2015 Park Farm, Compton Verney, Warwickshire

Set in the stunning Warwickshire countryside, landscaped by Capability Brown, Also is the boutique festival where you can immerse yourself in the work of leading writers, academics and experts. With a limit of 500 people, we are friendly, easily navigated and perfect for families. Also Festival sits around the stunning lake where supervised wild swimming takes place twice a day.

This is the perfect place to think, debate, eat, dance and swim.

Also Festival will make you think: whether it's learning how to live your life better (at our philosophy breakfasts), understanding the way you eat or how to connect with nature.

This year we also welcome novelist Joanne Harris, give you the chance to sing with a live band at our Rockaoke session and enjoy our closing party with superstar DJ Greg Wilson.

Our food stalls are from some of the most exciting innovators in the country and include coffee and cocktails by the lakeside from The Black Cab Coffee Co and a Great Indian Food Feast on the Saturday Night, and Vogue's favourite discovery Nina recreating 'Capri' on the Friday night.

The children can go on a bat walk, learn to DJ, dance bhangra, hoopercise or even how to knit an egg cosy in one of our many special workshops. Remember to bring their swimming costumes too.

Also is the annual festival from Salon London, the interactive cultural event that showcases specialists from the world of science, arts and psychology, voted by GQ as no. 6 in the  Best Things to do in the World in 2014.

Weekend tickets start at £75, £170 for a family of four (including camping). Too posh to pitch? There are a limited number of luxury bell tents in our Hotel Safari for £320.

Campervans and motorhomes are also welcome at a charge of £30. Day tickets are also available at £35, and all events including the dinners are available for people to book on individually and will be released at the beginning of May.

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Contact: Helen Bagnall