The first festival of its kind to launch in the UK, Jaguar Tri-Fest combines triathlon with up and coming acoustic musical talent, high-end glamping experience and delicious food and drink, for a truly unforgettable weekend.

Jaguar, the headline partner of the triathlon event and Sport Relief, the official charity partner have been working closely with Tri-Fest founders to deliver the experience. Set to take place at the iconic Dorney Lake in Windsor – home to the London 2012 Games – from the 2021 July 2019, it is expected to attract thousands across the two-day event.

Jaguar Tri-Fest caters for competitors of all ages and abilities with several races taking place over the course of the weekend, including individual, team and children’s races. For those who don’t want to compete, they can enjoy the additional activities taking place inside the event village.

Alongside the Olympic, Sprint and Super Sprint Triathlon distances, the event village will include acoustic live music, a champagne garden, children’s activities and glamping facilities. Jaguar will also be offering a range of dynamic driving experiences in some of its latest models and Sport Relief has some fantastic ideas to bring some fun to the event up their sleeves.

Jaguar Tri-Fest is the first festival of its kind in the UK, looking to build on a national trend for fitness and wellbeing. The concept was developed between partners Chad James and David Paton, together with Race director John Lunt, who saw a gap in the market for a more active weekend festival.  Race director, John Lunt, Competition Manager for the Triathlon at the London Olympic Games, believes the unique mix of the UK staples of sport, food and music will create a truly special event that stands out over summer.

If you’re interested in taking part in Jaguar Tri-Fest, you can find out more and purchase tickets through www.tri-fest.co.uk, or follow our social media channels @tri-fest. Early-bird tickets are now on sale so there’s no time better to book your place with family and friends.