Day Time Stage
This stage, hosted by Mark Marrington and the Inta Africa crew, will be set outdoors in the heart of the festival in amongst cafes and stalls, and surrounded by nature and trees, in the meadow of Braziers Park. It will be packed full of eclectic acts performing with traditional world instruments from Africa, India, Australia and many more. With the HUGE HEADLINER Larry Gurruwiwi all the way from Australia.
Night Time Barn
Braziers Park Barn, hosted by Ben Wright from Tanook and Sophie Harrison on the sound desk, will come alive at night with some banging dance acts: Airtist: beatbox, Jews harp, didgeridoo; Yogev Haruvi: didgeridoo, percussion; Mobius loop: vocals, keyboard, percussion, violin; and Tanook: 2 full drum kits and djembe. Alongside our main bar full of locally brewed beers, ciders and plenty more to tickle your taste buds. Expect some little extras in the bar in between acts.
The vortex stage will be hosting lots of our workshops during the day: yoga, dance, qi gong, music and sound journeys. With a special performance from the one and only Dubravko Lapaine. Then late-night acoustic performances, with the floor covered with rugs and cushions and with soft chilled out lighting. This is the place to come to snuggle up at the end of a long hot day in the sunshine and boogie in the barn.
The Natty Bar
The Natty Shed is brought to you by Ant Scott from Antic Earthworks and Rob Watkins from the Dead Eyes. A bar with Devonshire brewed beers and mini stage for open mic. For people wanting a bit of limelight don’t wait too long to put your name down as the places will quickly.
fill up! Fire Pitt
There will be lots of busking style performances around the fire late at night and I imagine plenty of opportunities to join in. With a little bit of fire juggling to add to the atmosphere!