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A deal has been signed with Shepherd Neame to supply Oranjeboom at this year's Lounge on the Farm, which will take place at Merton Farm, Canterbury from 26-28 July. The brewer has been a supporter of the event for many years,
Oranjeboom and a special Lounge on the Farm ale will be stocked at all bars at the eighth annual family, music, entertainment and fun festival.
There will be Oranjeboom sponsored competitions in the coming weeks to win tickets to see headliners Jessie Ware, Seasick Steve and Soul II Soul, as well as Man Like Me, Tribes, Lucy Rose, Aswad, Dub Pistols, Willy Moon and Simone Felice. There will also be more than 70 Kent-based bands playing, as well as DJs, comedians Stephen K Amos, Andrew Maxwell, Tony Law, Phil Kay and Richard Herring.
"We are very pleased to again have Oranjeboom and Shepherd Neame as key partners," Sean Baker, a founder of Lounge, said. "It's brilliant that Oranjeboom is the festival's official beer.
"We're also really looking forward to enjoying the specially commissioned Lounge on the Farm ale."
Lounge is well known for putting food in the limelight with the music and this year is no different with a diverse range of mouth-watering home-cooked fresh delights.
With the site revamped and redressed, Loungers can expect to get a lost in its newly discovered nooks and crannies, all the better for escaping into. There will be a Victorian funfair in association with The Dreamland Trust and a Spa and Create area in amongst The Orchards, where Loungers can have a Swedish massage or learn a new skill. Last year's big hitter, the Roller Disco, is back; Lounge favourite The Groovy Movie Solar Cinema; Auntie Nora's Jumble Sale; Vintage Market; and much, much more besides.
Little Loungers won't be forgotten with a dedicated area for kids aged 0 - 12 which will feature Peppa Pig, Disney's Jungle Book, the Science Museum, Chatback Kids Comedy Club, NCT Sensory Room, and bushcraft.