Citadel will return to Gunnersbury Park this July to showcase an array of outstanding talent from music & the arts to yoga & science, including Tame Impala as headliners

Launching in 2015 at Gunnersbury Park, Citadel Festival set out with the aim to re-energise the day of rest; Sunday. Stating the proverb “A Sunday well spent brings a week of content” and a goal to change the perception of Sunday by making it the focal point of the week and turning it into more of an exclamation mark than a full stop, Citadel will bring a vast bill of impressive individuals to the park on 15th July, including headlining act Tame Impala and the superb CHVRCHES.

Citadel: “In many Western countries, Sunday is heralded as the day of rest. For some, it’s reserved as the day of worship. The last day of the weekend and on the precipice of a new working week, Sunday is a paradox – the end yet the beginning, an anti-climax and simultaneously, a finale. More than anything, however, Sunday is what you make of it… To put it simply, Citadel is a celebration of everything we love most about Sundays.”

In addition to the mind-blowing music you can find stages for art, science, yoga and fine food and drink stalls, there’s plenty for children to do too. Take a break and let them get stuck in to Kids’ Camp, Nick Cope Sing-A-Long, Picassos In The Park, Superhero Academy and Sound Garden With Ben Yates.

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Whilst Citadel isn’t a traditional camping festival, there is some smashing accommodation available for great prices, ranging from £22 a night for a Hostel to £171 a night for a Hotel set in a Georgian building.

Not only is accommodation priced fairly, the tickets are only a jaw-dropping £49.50 for ages 12+, £10 for ages 6-11 and Under 6 go free!

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Head over to Citadel Festival 2018 for more information and tickets.