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Buddhafield Festival 2023!! Tickets, volunteer opportunities

On Fri, 31 March, 2023 - 13:10
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Buddhafield Festival 12th-16th July 2023 Near Taunton, Somerset.

Have you got your ticket yet? We sold out last year and live-in vehicle tickets went early so don’t forget to get yours!

Buddhafield Festival is a joyful gathering of people, celebrating community and connection with the land. Famous for weaving well-being and play into one of the best UK conscious festivals. Being together under sun and stars without the use of alcoholic drinks and recreational drugs allows everyone to connect more authentically with open-hearted clarity and awareness.

With workshops in movement, yoga, meditation, theatre and music, land and social change, green crafts, kids and teens areas, Buddhist teachings, ritual, live music and DJ’s, cafes and saunas all in the beautiful surroundings of the Somerset countryside - Buddhafield Festival creates a loving and life-affirming space.

For line-up announcements check out our Facebook event:

For tickets:

To volunteer with us or offer a workshop or stall:

To watch our video:

This is a celebration of togetherness and play, creativity, health and healing and these ancient values and traditions given to us by these wisdom traditions. It’s a pleasure and an honour to be part of this.

(Pete the Temp - Buddhafield contributor and spoken word artist)

I didn’t know a single thing about the festival before I came - only a few videos - and now that I’m here its the best festival I’ve ever been to in my life.

(Joseph - Buddhafield volunteer)

It’s all about creating unity, connecting people, giving everyone a chance to step away from everyday life…

(Vaneesha - Festival guest)

There are a lot of us making a really conscious effort to work on our positive emotion and being in an environment where there is a lot of friendliness, and friendship and warmth and care is incredibly healing and connecting.

(Kamalanandi - Festival Director and Safe-guarding lead)

There is just so much room to play and I really enjoy having a whole area for kids.

(Mavey - Festival guest)

I can’t imagine I’ll ever not want to come back to Buddhafield, its going to be a part of my life forever I think.

(Harriet - Festival volunteer)

It really is an amazing experience and I would say it’s life changing.

(Paul - Festival guest)

I would say that the world needs Buddhafield because Buddhafield is a representation of love and kindness and connection and harmony.

(Jayasuri - People of Colour Space holder)

I think that at the heart of Buddhafield is this sort of basic human feeling that we have this sense that something else is possible for us….

(Amaragita - Chair of Buddhafield)

We get caught up in negative politics, there’s hate across the world, there’s wars going off and people need to see what life could be like.

(Martin - Festival guest)

Photo credits to the marvellous James Ratchford Photography and Lela Rowe Photography

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