Lime Wood - SOLD OUT!

Saturday 14th July 12pm-11pm

The festival - SOLD OUT!

While away a lazy sunshine-soaked Saturday in the fields surrounding Lime Wood; this is an open air party for everyone! The long days of July lend themselves perfectly to al fresco feasting, day-long drinking and sleeping under the stars.

The Lime Wood headliner is Razorlight!

Classic festi-food is order of the day across the festival, but if you fancy tucking into something a little heartier why not try one of our pop up feasting tents!

Chef Angela Hartnett and some of her chef friends will be hosting long table, family-style 3 course feasts in The Field Kitchen pop up, and Chef Mark Hix will be paying homage to the British love of a classic Indian takeaway with his Ruby Murray House, 2 courses in a canteen-style pop up! Tickets can be bought in advance for pop up feasts, and must be bought in addition to a standard entry ticket.

For the second year running, make the most of the festival vibes and spend the weekend under canvas in your very own bell-tent. For the ultimate festival experience, cosy up in the glamping village, tuck into Chef Angela Hartnett’s Italian banquet (maybe even share stories with her around the campfire over an Aperol Spritz), and dance like no one is watching right into the evening!

The festival will last just that little bit longer this year, with music and festivities going on into the evening until 10pm.

There is no camping at Smoked & Uncut, but if you would like to make a weekend of it why not book a room with the hotel directly and get your festival tickets included in your room rate.

Introducing our Main Stage artists...

Razorlight

Razorlight

Razorlight were formed in London in 2002 around lead singer Johnny Borrell. They quickly became one of the key guitar bands of the following decade, selling 4 million albums, playing sold out arena tours and headlining festivals.

Their debut album, ‘Up All Night’, was released in the UK in 2004 reaching number three in the UK Album Chart. They won the NME Best New Band award in 2005. The first album included a hoard of immaculate singles ‘’Rip It Up’, ’Golden Touch’, ‘Stumble and Fall’ and ‘Vice’ as well as ‘Somewhere Else’, which reached number two on the UK singles chart.

The hiatus from Razorlight came to an end in 2017 when Johnny began trying songs with guitarist David Ellis, formerly of Babeshadow. David joined the new line up and a reinvigorated band started working on songs for a fourth album proper. By late 2017 they knew they had a wildly fresh tracklisting for an album and entered the studio with up and coming Italian producer Tomasso, continuing to recording through to Feb 2018.

With their best record for years in the bag, Razorlight are set to confirm their place as one of the most compelling, maverick guitar bands to have emerged out of the UK.

View Razorlight's website.

Check out Razorlight's video 'America'.

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Rae Morris

Rae Morris

A British singer-songwriter with a flair for writing uplifting, yet emotion-wrenching, indie-electro-pop. Rae Morris was born in Blackpool, and is now based in London. Following the release of three EPs, and appearing in the BBC Sound of 2015, she released her debut album in January 2015. The record received much critical acclaim, and hit the top 10 upon release.

She has collaborated with artists such as Bombay Bicycle Club, Clean Bandit, Kaytranada and Rejjie Snow amongst others.

Her second album 'Someone Out There', released in February 2018, saw her dive firmly in to the world of electro-pop, writing her songs in technicolour and drawing on the experience of falling in love with her long-tine collaborator Fryars aka Ben Garrett. Her track 'Do It', taken from this record, was named by renowned UK music site Popjustice as their #1 track of 2017.

Check out Rae's Facebook.

Watch Rae in Radio 1 Live Lounge.

 

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Marsicans

Marsicans

Marsicans are a young indie band from Leeds whose driving, harmony-laden sound and exciting live shows are earning them a reputation as an emerging force in British music.

The last 12 months were Marsicans' busiest to date: signing to LAB Records and X-ray Touring, their EP hit a million plays on Spotify; singles made the BBC Radio 1 weekly playlist, the opening credits of E4's Made In Chelsea and were even shared online by Coldplay. Constantly touring, the quartet played 83 shows to packed rooms and festival stages in five countries, supporting  Jaws and Clean Cut Kid on UK tours and Minnesota’s Hippo Campus' on UK and European dates in the process.

Marsicans' latest single, Wake Up Freya, a reflective song singer James wrote for his niece before she was born, was premiered on its week of release by Radio 1's Huw Stephens who invited the band on this show to chat about the single and their recent live session at the BBC's legendary Maida Vale studios. It also landed on Spotify's New Music Friday UK and Apple Music's Best Of The Week among other high-profile playlists in the UK, USA, Europe and Japan.

Marsicans' biggest UK headline tour took place in March 2018, with five of the six dates selling out in advance including Londone Borderline, Manchester Deaf Institute and the 700-capacity Leeds Church.

View Marsican's website.

 

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Patawawa

Patawawa

This year may be a little more than a month old but DIY disco/pop trio Patawawa (Rory Lovatt, Sam Wilmot and Beth Garrett) are already making a strong case that 2018 belongs to them. Exploding out of Matlock, Derbyshire, the band's infectious rhythms, glittered guitar riffs and pop nous has already caught the attention of tastemakers including The Line of Best Fit, Clash DIY, The Guardian and NME who featured the band in their '100 Best Bands of 2018' feature. 

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Hush Moss

Hush Moss

From Berlin via Israel comes the funk-lite sound of mid-70s synth-phonic soul.

If the Weeknd's dad had made an album of louche soul in 1975, during that period between the heyday of Philly and the advent of disco, just before Giorgio Moroder/Donna Summer's electronification of dance music, it might have sounded like Hush Moss.

Check out Hush Moss Instagram page.

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Ben Goddard

Ben Goddard

Ben Goddard is a songwriter and producer from Southampton. Supported by a full band, his live shows are engaging, emotional, and vibrant with energy and life. 'I want the show to be an uplifting experience, to inspire positivity and to make the audience feel like they're part of the band'. Since touring the UK as part of the Coffee House Sessions, Ben has played at major festivals with bands and artists such as London Grammar, Bastille, Sam Smith, Ella Eyre and Matt Corby. Away from the festival scene he's sold out headline shows in the South and London.

Check out Ben's Facebook page.

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The Dog House Acoustic Stage

Rob Da Bank - Guest DJ

Rob Da Bank - Guest DJ

Rob Da Bank is a music broadcaster and tastemaker. He is one of the UK's best-loved music curators, who first gained public attention with Sunday Best, a label and club night founded in London in 1995, which has grown into three multi-award winning music festivals, Bestival, Camp Bestival and Common People.

Rob has also co-founded the award-winning Music Supervision and Licensing company Earworm Music, which sources music for films, advertising, games and TV shows, allowing him to further express his curatorial expertise and develop his writing and producing side as a film composer.

Check out Rob's Twitter.

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Freddie & The Freeloaders

Freddie & The Freeloaders

Hannah Jane Lewis

Hannah Jane Lewis

Jack Francis

Jack Francis

Bennie

Bennie

Aniya Savage

Aniya Savage

John Burke

John Burke

Introducing Razorlight

Razorlight were formed in London in 2002 around lead singer Johnny Borrell. They quickly became one of the key guitar bands of the following decade, selling 4 million albums, playing sold out arena tours and headlining festivals.

Their debut album, ‘Up All Night’, was released in the UK in 2004 reaching number three in the UK Album Chart. They won the NME Best New Band award in 2005. The first album included a hoard of immaculate singles ‘’Rip It Up’, ’Golden Touch’, ‘Stumble and Fall’ and ‘Vice’ as well as ‘Somewhere Else’, which reached number two on the UK singles chart.

The hiatus from Razorlight came to an end in 2017 when Johnny began trying songs with guitarist David Ellis, formerly of Babeshadow. David joined the new line up and a reinvigorated band started working on songs for a fourth album proper. By late 2017 they knew they had a wildly fresh tracklisting for an album and entered the studio with up and coming Italian producer Tomasso, continuing to recording through to Feb 2018.

With their best record for years in the bag, Razorlight are set to confirm their place as one of the most compelling, maverick guitar bands to have emerged out of the UK.

View Razorlight's website.

Check out Razorlight's video 'America'.

Parking

Due to the volume of guests expected, only HOTEL RESIDENTS will be able to park on site at the hotel.

DISABLED PARKING will be offered upon request, and TAXI DROP OFFS can be made at the bottom of the hotel’s drive.

FESTIVAL GOERS will be able to park in a field next to the festival grounds. You will see the signs and there will be staff to direct you. It is a short walk across a field to the festival.

You will be sent a PARKING PERMIT in your pre-arrival email, to display in your vehicle’s dashboard.

Where to find us

If you are travelling from a distance to attend, Lime Wood’s team will be able to suggest suitable accommodation in the local area.

Smoked & Uncut at Lime Wood
New Forest National Park
Beaulieu Rd
Lyndhurst
SO43 7FZ