John Fairhurst, Cable Street Collective, The Undercover Hippy, and Duncan Disorderly & The Scallywags are among the acts confirmed for Small World Summer Festival the a five day festival of creative spirit & sustainable living, held by the Small World Solar Stage and all powered by the wind and sun held from Thursday 27th to Bank Holiday Monday 31st August 2015 at Headcorn, in Kent.
Also confirmed are Mr Tea and the Minions, Rum Buffalo, Formidable Vegetable Soundsystem, John & Emily Langan, Mama Jerk & The Lady Fingers, Mal Webb, Bohemianauts, Town Of Cats, Bigtopp, Shambolique, Kezia, George Works, Flutatious, Sean Taylor, Mosi Conde, Lounge Cat Ideals, Heal the Last Stand, Forest of Fools, Jez Hellard, The Little Unsaid, Snufkin & The Devil's Doorbell, The Peoples String Foundation, Mama Nice, Gentlemen Of Few, Chicken Shed Zeppelin, De fuego, Stevie P, The Burning Glass, Corneilius, Love Revolution, Dave Nielsen, Animal Crackers, The Gypskazz Collective, Thidius, Sam Chara, King Size Slim, Storme Kora, Gaea Knight & Yap Barry, Kuki & The Bard, Lou Noble, Love and the Daisy Petals, Corners of the Earth, La Vera, Kerry Ann Jangle, Margi Cilker, Vibe Machine, Razzomo, Tom Holder & The Railway Sleepers, Kotchin, Gabriella Damshenas, Solebound, Normanton Street, and Ed Goodale.
Festival goers can expect an intoxicating blend of performers, artists, healers, craftspeople, colourful characters, jesters, magicians, families and party people.
Plus cabaret, games for all ages, theatre, spoken word, fire show, circus skills, acoustic fireside jams, mini cinema, interactive arts, a full healing area, art and craft demos and workshops, saunas, showers and hot tub, site shop, large communal fires, and loads and loads for the kids and teens all over site - all run off solar and wind power.
£75 if you don't have a well paid job, £95 if you do, under 16s £20, under 5s free. Car parking pass is £15
Intimate, intense, warm and colourful, the way festival goers love. Small and safe so parents and children can relax and have fun. A sustainable community celebrating the sheer joy of creativity, trust and love.
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