Rhythmtree Festival, the three day camping festival, returns to the Isle of Wight once again in July from Friday 19th until Sunday 21st July 2013.
Ginger Bakers Jazz Confusion, Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra, Muntu Valdo, Jungle by Night, Son of Dave, Afrik Bawantu, King Porter Stomp, Soothsayers, Fellowship of Groove, Nahini Doumbia + Sankoulekan, Monster Ceilidh Band, By the Rivers, The Heritage Survival Band, AJ Holmes and the Hackney Empire, Prince Fatty and Horseman, Electric Jalaba, Modeste Hugues Randriamahitasoa, Tanz, The London Bulgarian Choir, Trailer Trash Orchestra, Elvis Fontenot & the Sugar Bees, Choro Bandido, Martin Newnham, Wooden Travel, Zacc Rogers, The Ouse Valley Singles Club, Goat Roper Rodeo Band, Maharaja Blues, Dirty Old Folkers, Weatherkings, The Tony Mann Trio, Duveaux, Journey of Sound, aUnidos, West African Blues Project, Modou Toure, Ramon Goose, Abdoulaye Samb, Kakatsitsi Drummers of Ghana, Rabbit Foot, John Sterckx, MuHa, The Ouse Valley Singles Club, Flutatious, Two Man Ting, The Ohmz, Wheelcraft, Charming, Sarah Close, FaT Samba, and Unidos, with more to be announced. For the line-up details as available please click here.
Starting at mid-day each day the event is full of off stage entertainment for all the family. The event offers all day and evening entertainment, in nice surroundings. Youngsters will find lots to do in the CRB checked Children's area next to the healing area. There will be numerous market stalls close by selling everything from didgeridoos to hand made jewellery. There will Isle of Wight sourced, food concessions.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £5 for an adult three day ticket with parking and camping, and £40 for teen (aged 13-17yrs) three day camping tickets. Children aged under 12 years can attend free. Campervan supplement £25. Day tickets are priced at £30 and half price for teens. To buy tickets now, click here.
The Rhythmtree will be supporting and promoting 'Roll out the Barrel' who send thousands of Rotary Water Barrels to women and children around the world who currently have to collect their water from streams and rivers in buckets or jerry cans and carry that water as far as 6 miles every day, usually on their heads or backs. The Isle of Wight based charity provide rotary barrels which can be pushed or pulled, quickly, easily and with no burden, improving health and providing time for education.
There'll be more information here when available.
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