LARMER Tree Festival has confirmed it’s final line-up plus some new workshops. Joining Kate Tempest, Jack Savoretti, The Cat Empire, The Shires, Gomez and KT Tunstall will be London indie-rockers Flyte, alongside rootsy Americana duo Ida Mae, bluesy two-piece Ferris and Sylvester, enigmatic singer-songwriter Ren Harvieu, mesmerising female folk duo Sound of the Sirens and up and coming Brighton singer Bess Atwell.

For those who fancy some pampering alongside their partying, there will be hot tubs and a total of 32 different replenishing treatments on offer including massages, gong baths or reiki sessions.

And for the first time Larmer Tree has teamed up with Salisbury’s Fisherton Mill to offer a series of premium workshops for those wanting to learn a new creative skill under the tuition of expert practitioners. These are set to include calligraphy, crochet, silver jewellery making, screen printing and more. Taking place in the brand new Pavilion Workshop Tent, these are all bookable on-site and curated by Fisherton Mill owner Deborah Fox, who said: “Fisherton Mill in Salisbury is very excited to be curating a series of high-end paid for workshops over the festival. Our own Fisherton Mill workshop programme is well established now and we plan to bring the essence of that to the Larmer Tree this summer.”

Other new additions include Woodland Crafts for all ages. Dorset Rewilding are nature-based education providers covering a wide range of creative activities for the whole family.

And finally, every year hundreds of revellers take part in Larmer Tree’s Dress-Up Saturday, and this year is set to be the most out-of-this-world theme to date. Saturday July 20 will mark exactly 50 years since mankind first landed on the moon, so expect to see the gardens filled with plenty of intergalactic activity as aliens party alongside astronauts in one astronomical space-themed Saturday night party.

* A limited number of day tickets for this year’s festival will go on sale tomorrow.