The Green Gathering will be held from Thursday 29th July until Sunday 1st August 2021 returning to Piercefield Park in Chepstow, in Monmouthshire.
Solar stages and intimate venues host over a hundred live acts. There's music, magicians and mystics, spoken word, off grid solutions and co-operatives, crafts, permaculture, campaigns, wellbeing, kids' activities and teens space, a stone circle, open mic, acoustic sessions, yoga and dance workshops, affordable bars and ethical eats.
No acts are announced yet.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £110 for adults, £75 for young adults (16-17), or £55 for youths (11-15). Children aged 6-10 are £10, and children aged 0-5 are free.
A car pass (in hardstanding carpark) is priced at £25, a motorbike pass is £11, and a live-in vehicle pass is priced from £65 (£85 if oversized), or £75 for a car and caravan. A limited number of dog tickets are available at £80 of which £40 is a returnable good behaviour bond.
It's a festival beyond hedonism for people who love the earth enough to celebrate and save it; a place to party - then wake up and put the world to rights!
With an authentically uncommercial, family friendly and transformative experience, the festival aims to turn people on to community building and low impact solutions. It's about providing food, energy, health and shelter without degrading the planet. It's about future families.
Workshops and activities
Workshops in traditional crafts compete for attention with intimate live music venues, permaculture gardening, radical cinema, campaign stalls, activist training, wood-fired saunas and campfire sessions.
The Green Gathering provides a wide range of children's activities for kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens.
Growing in popularity each year, the Raconteurs' Delight Stage in the heart of the festival features spoken word, comedy, cabaret, circus, song and jazz by night; workshops in dance, creative writing, theatre, songwriting, clowning and more by day.
The Green Gathering has a wide ranging, continually evolving Sustainability Policy covering power, land and resource use, travel, trading and social impact.
The festival aims to be inclusive, incorporating a well-regarded Assisted Access team and LGBTIQ space.
The festival is commissioned by, and raises funds for, the Green Gathering charity (no. 1156593), which promotes sustainability via hands-on education and the arts.
There will be more information here when available.
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