Kendal Mountain Festival 2023

Festivals |
16th November 2023 – 19th November 2023

16 – 19 November

This four-day extravaganza promises to be a gathering like no other, where all those who cherish the great outdoors can come together to share their tales of adventure through film, book events, music, outdoor activities, and unforgettable parties..

This year’s Festival is set to feature a stellar lineup of headline speakers, including renowned adventurer, Kristin Harila who is currently attempting to set a new world record by climbing the world’s highest 14 peaks above 8,000 metres in under six months! We’ll also welcome to the stage round-the-world cyclists Mark Beaumont and Jenny Graham, adventurers Dwayne Fields and Phoebe Smith and endurance athlete and presenter Louise Minchin. Adding a melodic touch to the festivities the renowned Music on Nature event returns with: acclaimed nature writer Robert Macfarlane, Poet Laureate Simon Armitage, poet and academic Elizabeth Jane Burnett, soulful singer-songwriter Sam Lee and multi-instrumentalist Hayden Thorpe

Plus much much more!

We are thrilled to announce that tickets for Kendal Mountain Festival 2023 are now on sale! Secure your spot at

During Kendal Mountain Festival the Brewery Arts Bar and Restaurant are open and serving food, please see below full opening times.

Brewery Arts Bar & Restaurant

Open from 8am serving coffee and breakfast.

Serving food from 12noon.

Brewery Garden Tent

Open from 12 noon to 10pm Friday & Saturday. 12 noon to 4pm Sunday.

Serving traditional Alpine raclette, wagtail pies and soups plant-based options available.


16th November 2023 – 19th November 2023

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