Events in June 2023

Vanlove Fest 2023

Vanlove Fest 2023

Vanlove Fest is back for its second year, from June 23rd-25th, 2023 at Elvington Airfield, York.

With the success of its debut event in 2022, Vanlove Fest promises to be the ultimate celebration of life on the road.

Welcoming over 500 vans, including everyone from micro-campers to overlanders, whether part-time or just curious – an unforgettable weekend of live music, dancing, laughter, and adventure awaits!

Vanlove Fest features an unbeatable entertainment lineup, with a 90s rave from DJ legends K-Klass and a live performance by Rozalla singing hits including Everybody’s Free.

Vanlovers can also enjoy a silent disco where two vanlifers battle it out behind the decks, a Hawaiian-themed night, and hilarious stand-up comedians from The Comedy Store.

Yorkshire acoustic-folk band Skinny Living will headline Vanstonbury, our tribute to the world-famous festival taking place on the same weekend.

But that’s not all – There is a variety of activities, including workshops and talks on all things vanlife, as well as opportunities to try archery and axe throwing.

Plus an array of traders offering local unique and artisanal goods, from handcrafted jewellery to bespoke van accessories, and our very own Vanlove branded lager called Wildcamp from local brewer, Malton Brewery.

Tickets for Vanlove Fest are on sale now, starting at only £7.50 with no booking fees.

When: 23rd - 25th June, 2023
Where: Elvington Airfield, York
Tickets: Weekend Camping (inc two adults) - £89.50. Saturday Day Ticket - £19.50 / Saturday Child Ticket - £7.50
Need to know: As part of the festival, vanlifers are invited to join the world's biggest motorhome convoy - Last year the convoy saw over 300 vans taking part.

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1 comment

Richard Hartley June 24, 2023 at 9:01 am

got to entrance at Elvington to find you can’t pay by card on the gate what a joke, should be better organised.


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