August 24, 2018 11.59 am This story is over 39 months old

Thousands flock to sold out Lost Village festival this weekend

Lost Village returns

Thousands of festival goers are travelling to woods near Lincoln this Bank Holiday weekend for the annual Lost Village Festival.

Drivers are being warned to expect some delays on the A46 between Lincoln and Newark as ticket holders travel to the sold-out event.

There may be heavy traffic at times over the next few days on the A46 between Lincoln and Newark.

Rail companies have also warned the Newark Northgate train platform is expected to get very busy.

People began arriving on Thursday for the four-day event, set in an abandoned woodland village (LN6 9HN).

Revellers will enter a forgotten land of Nomadic tribes, banquets and lakes of tranquility and relaxation. Lost Theatre plays will entertain with comedy and the party awakens at night with feasts and music.

Campers and ticket holders can find out everything they need to know about opening times, parking, food, drink, travel and accommodation on the website here.

One Event Lincolnshire Showground

Lincolnshire Showground’s Epic Centre

In addition, over 6,000 Cristians from across the region will gather at the Lincolnshire Showground for the annual One Event.

The event has been running since 1982 and this year celebrates a theme of ‘purpose’.

One Event is at the showground from Friday, August 24 to Tuesday, August 28.

Traffic may be busy on the A15 north of Lincoln and on approaches to the showground on these days.

Steampunkers in Lincoln

Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

Thousands of Steampunk fans will be enjoying parades, races, shows, art and markets in the uphill area of Lincoln throughout Bank Holiday weekend.

For a full guide on what to expect at the festival see our guide here.

With the array of popular events in and around the city this weekend, hotels are almost fully booked, car parks will be experiencing his demand and roads will be busy. 

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