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Want to make the most of summer by soaking up the sun outdoors and making memories with you and yours, then hurry up and jump in feet first to our line-up of open-air parties; intimate home-grown festivals, not too far from home, that are just as much a celebration of food as they are music. Join us to celebrate the season …no wellies needed!

Smoked & Uncut 2019 saw 3 summer festival dates across THE PIG and Lime Wood hotels, set to an eclectic soundtrack, from folk to funk and rock’n’roll to reggae and with headliners Sister Sledge, The Wailers, Kaiser Chiefs, The Vaccines, Samm Henshaw, Imelda May and many more. 

Following the whirlwind of 2020 we were unable to go ahead with our planned festivals last year, however are so excited to be popping up at THE PIG-at Bridge Place, Kent, on 22nd August 2021 with all the festi-fun as you know it, but a smaller ‘Sunday-vibes’ shindig for its first appearance in the Garden of England!

We are bringing out the big guns…and big brass…with headliner Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra! Boogie-woogie pianist Jools will be joined by his 23-piece big band and his special guest vocalists to entertain us with their legendary musicianship and well-loved set list of blues, soul, jazz and country tunes, with even more acts to be announced soon!

Let’s not beat around the bush, we love food, it is what started this all in the first place, so you will be able to get stuck into some serious flavour with our festival-food stalls and Restaurant Feast again in 2021. 

Though it’s more traditional to stick a few tents in a muddy field, we are anything but conventional, so whether you are looking for laid-back summer vibes, a great get-a-away with friends or an unforgettable date for two, then sink your teeth into the Smoked & Uncut festivals; easy to get to but hard to leave!

Break out your summer, get your sunglasses and dancing shoes at the ready, and book ahead, leaving the rest to us.


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