This festival ‘for people and planet’, held in an ancient woodland in Berkshire, is the leading light of a new breed of wellbeing festival – it’s alcohol-free and focused more on fire circles and cacao ceremonies than mosh pits.
The founders aim to ignite a deeper understanding of how we can tread lightly on the planet via talks and workshops with tribal elders from across the globe. The musical lineup includes singer-songwriter Natty and folk singer Sam Lee, as well as indigenous musicians from Brazil, Ghana and Colombia.
There are talks with Bruce Parry and Satish Kumar, fire ceremonies and a colourful family space with flower headdress making and acroyoga. All profits go to support indigenous tribes.