Tribal Earth is a festival that has been running for over 20 years. This 4-day family friendly camping festival is packed with all the things you would find at bigger events but for just 500 people. It’s one of Sussex’s secret jewels with great live music, relaxation, fun, inspirational workshops, singing, dance, maybe a therapy or massage and meditation.
The festival organisers say:
“This year sees an eclectic line-up of bands and artists, and with over 30 acts playing on two stages there is something for everyone. If it’s a fun party you’re looking for then don’t miss Duncan Disorderly and the Scallywags on Saturday night at the Scallywag Party. Brought to you by Good Times Music they will be joined by Jimmy and the Riddles, Buddha Triangle, Snipit and the Hotrocks, and Dryadic. Plus you’ll find a fabulous mix of music from around the world throughout the festival including Zimbaremabwe, Captain Flatcap, Beatrice Everett, The Grimaldi Band, Sounds of Harlowe and so much more
Many Tribal Earth folk love the festival for its workshops and they run all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can start the morning with yoga, qi gong pranayama, kirtan, or laughter yoga. You can learn to play the kora (African harp) bodrhan (Irish drum) the penny whistle or learn Irish Singing. If you want to get your body moving there are plenty of dance sessions too, Indian, African and Belly Dance. Or you join the incredible 5 Rhythms workshop where you will be guided through patterns, waves and rhythms of movement to still the mind and energise the body – backed by live music from aLive.”
Learn more about the Tribal Earth Summer Festival