Introduced to make it easier to package a festival experience as a present, the KMF voucher can be used to book places at the 2020 event, which will run from 15-17 May next year. Continuing the theme of giving, for every voucher purchased between now and 25 December, Keswick Mountain Festival will make a donation to the National Trust.
Offering the opportunity to present a Christmas gift of the mountains, the new Keswick Mountain Festival vouchers are available to purchase online at www.keswickmountainfestival.co.uk/event/gift-voucher. Customers who buy a voucher can choose a value, preferred design theme (cycling, walking, running or general festival scene) and then who to send the gift voucher to. Recipients of the voucher will then need to apply their unique code at checkout in order to claim their gift. The vouchers must be used for the 2020 festival and must be redeemed by 3 May. The gift vouchers can be used for all ticketed products on the KMF website, including sports and hiking events, camping, parking and live music. KMF will make a 50p donation to its official charity partner the National Trust for every gift voucher that is bought by 25 December.
Founded in 2007, Keswick Mountain Festival is now one of the UK’s best-loved outdoor festivals, attracting 20,000 visits every year to the iconic fells and lakes of Cumbria, for a unique mix of live music, sporting events, outdoor adventures, high profile speakers, taster activities, exhibitor stands and camping for all of the family. The heart of the event will be the Festival Village in the National Trust’s Crow Park on the shore of Derwentwater in Keswick, where most of the sports and outdoor events will start and finish.