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The Hop Farm is currently mothballed for the winter season and not open for business.
It's unclear how many staff are employed at the site near Tonbridge. A spokesman declined to comment on any possible job losses.
A spokesman for the Hop Farm at Paddock Wood has told ITV News Meridian that the business arm of the attraction has currently ceased trading.
He added that it is contacting suppliers to warn them of their difficulties.
In recent years the Hop Farm Festival has attracted some major names including Prince, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel and Sir Bruce Forsyth.
According to its website, there are still plans for the festival to go ahead in 2013 although the line-up has yet to be announced.
A first tranche of tickets to be released has already sold out
There are reports that one of Kent's biggest tourist attractions is set to close.
Kent Online is reporting that the The Hop Farm in Paddock could close shortly. It claims it has been hit by huge debts from a music festival held there last year.