Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Final details and links to the Greenbelt Festival - for humans BECOMING ......

Few sleeps to go ...

The venues are up. The sun is out. We're all-but ready for an amazing festival. All we need now is you! You have until midnight tomorrow (Weds 24th) to join the thousands who've already bagged their tickets online – saving the queue on arrival. After that, buy your weekend & day tickets from at the onsite Box Office.

Festival App & Daily Diary 

The GB16 App is out. You can also buy a PDF Daily Diary download.

Got everything?

Really? Everything? Please check out our online essential information and read any emails titled 'All Ticket-Buyers' carefully to make sure you know how to get to Greenbelt and what to do when you arrive. Don't forget any extras you might need – like carparking passes etc.

Three things to make your Greenbelt better

Check out the blog for all the latest news on the festival – including three things to make Greenbelt even better: 1. the Milk & Honey onsite Greenbelt essentials shop; 2. hot water for your hot water bottlesfrom the Kindred 24-Hour Cafe; and 3. your 'right to roam' this Greenbelt and not stick to the path.

Train disruption: London to Kettering, Sun 28th

For those travelling to Kettering by train from London on Sunday 28th, please check the East Midlands website for news about a bus replacement service between St Pancras and Luton. Our Essential Information carries details of how to get to Greenbelt, but please check travel websites before you set out.

More festival news ...

We've got a strong strand of refugee-focussed programming at the festival this year. This blog from our associate partners USPG underlines why we mustn't lose sight of the plight of refugees still feeling into Europe.
A story to tell?

The Tenx9 team from Belfast are back with two storytelling events. Nine people get to tell 10-minute stories and we want to hear yours! Sign up here to be part of this most treasured of festival experiences.
We want children to give in their own way at this year's communion. So, as well as grown-up cash and cheques, we’ll collect Lego gifts for the children of Ilamula House. Please bring a few pieces to offer. We'll do the rest.
A selection of shots from build week at beautiful Boughton House. Follow us on TwitterInstagram and Facebook for all the latest photos, films and news.