Web of Life 2002

Saturday 6th to Sunday 7th July 2002
Wantisden valley, near Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK MAP
£22.50 in advance (£30 on the day). Family tickets available.
last updated: Mon 25th Mar 2002

Making a bid for the Guinness world record for the largest drumming ensemble - in excess of 2000 drummers. John Richardson, New World musician and drummer in the 70s band, the Rubettes has written the music for this to raise money for the charity, 'Food for All'. Those raising more than £50 in sponsorship money recieve a free CD of the event. Festival and drumming ring to be opened by Matthew Lincoln Mead from the Red Willow Tribe. If interested in taking part or being a sponsor, see the website for more details.

This is a large family-orientated complementary health and music festival with restrictions on camping, alcohol, dogs and smoking. Local camping and accomodation details via web site.

New World music performances from various artists.

Marquees housing crafts, clothing and musical instruments; providing a broad range of complementary healing treatments and therapies as well as tarot spiritual, runic, shamanic and other readers; and hosting instruction in tai chi, martial arts and various folk dances. Also a labrinth designed by Helen Sands.

Children's supervised 4 acre zone to include workshops, theatre, dance and storytelling.

Main barn hosting live music and workshops with a capacity to seat 400.

Saturday 6th to Sunday 7th July 2002
Wantisden valley, near Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK MAP
£22.50 in advance (£30 on the day). Family tickets available.
last updated: Mon 25th Mar 2002


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