Something exciting to look forward to, plan your festival experience for the future.

1.

Timber Festival

Set in the spectacular National Forest in the Midlands, this festival brings together activists and makers in a joyous celebration of nature. It’s a convergence of music, art and wellbeing with higher purpose of inspiring change.

2.

Wilderness

Wilderness is a four-day festival with an eclectic line-up spanning music and the arts, exquisite feasting and dining experiences, talks and thought-provoking debates. The idyllic lakeside location in Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire is a sanctuary for everyone young and old.

3.

Shambala

Set in a secret location in the heart of Northamptonshire, this festival is an award-winning, global pioneer in sustainability practices. With a diverse line-up of over 200 musical acts across 12 live stages and an array of theatrical performances, workshops and talks you can see the appeal.

4.

The Green Gathering

The Green Gathering aims to educate and entertain. With a focus on sustainability they believe that education should be hands-on and fun. It’s an environment where creativity can be applied to ecological and social dilemmas in a tapestry of skill-sharing and entertainment, all powered by wind, sun, people and passion.

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Into the wild

Into the Wild encourages people of all ages to immerse themselves in nature and experience a range of incredible music, workshops, wild crafts, family activities and much more. By encouraging a deeper connection to the natural world they hope to foster a greater awareness of our place on the planet.

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The Green Man

Being green is the essence of this festival nestled in the magical mountains of the Brecon Beacons. It has a reputation as one of the best festivals in Europe due to its unfaltering principles and unique identity.

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Latitude

Wander through the Latitude woods in Southwold after a diverse music set and you could easily find yourself stumbling across immersive art installations or a variety of wellbeing activities such as yoga and healing to find your inner calm.

8.

Glastonbury

As one of the oldest festivals in the UK it is a major highlight on the festival calendar. Their commitment to the environment extends way past the festival boundaries through it’s significant donations to charities such as Greenpeace, Oxfam and WaterAid from proceeds of ticket sales.

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The Hay Festival

Described by Bill Clinton in 2001 as “The Woodstock of the mind”, this festival in Wales is a literary buff’s dream. With a diverse array of activities, workshops and talks there’s plenty to get involved in and get the creative juices flowing.

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