Wellbeing Area - Sarah at tribalearthwell-being@mail.com

Stewards and volunteers - Jeremy at volunteers4te@gmail.com

Accommodation - Sarah at lowersarah@hotmail.com

Workshops - Mark at lucidfisher@hotmail.com
Bands - Storme at storme@storme.fsnet.co.uk

- Tony at tribalearthstalls@gmail.com

Website - Chris at c.down247@gmail.com

Anything else - Sarah at lowersarah@hotmail.com
Work your ticket, host a workshop, run a stall, perform, be part of the wellbeing area
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Profits from Tribal Earth go directly to the Pegasus Children's Project and this year to help rebuild the hostel and school after the devastating earth quake that hit the Kathmandu region in April.
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20 - 23 August 2015

Summer Gathering - 4 day's of camping, music, workshops and community spirit.

The Tribal Earth Summer Gathering is an incredible experience - there will be over 100 workshops including; African dance, drumming, yoga, 5 rhythms, kirtan and loads more. - Over 20 brilliant bands, many Tribal Earthers comment how good the music is and at such a small festival - Delicious food, Kid's Area, and some wonderful shops and stalls. All this for just 500 lucky people.

Tribal Earth Summer Gathering - The most relaxed family festival - music, workshops and fun.
Keep checking the web site - we'll be adding loads more bands, performers and workshops.


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Master Drummers from Ghana

Kakatsitsi are a group of traditional drummers, dancers and singers from the Ga tribe of Southern Ghana, with their roots in the fishing community of Jamestown, the part of Accra where the British based their colonial headquarters.

Their music takes traditional rhythms and chants from their own Ga tradition and those of a variety of other West African cultures, rearranging them in a modern and accessible way.

At this year's Tribal Earth Summer gathering Kakatsitsi will be playing on the main stage Saturday night and hosting a number of African dance and singing workshops. Don't miss this exciting opportunity!
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The Grimaldi Band

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Playing for the first time at Tribal Earth The Grimaldi Band are an acoustic trio from Worcestershire and Warwickshire, writing and performing songs using guitars, flute and tight vocal harmonies.
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The People's String Foundation

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Formidable Vegetable Sound System

“So infectious that the most ardent climate sceptic would have trouble staying still”- Sydney Morning Herald

“Formidable Vegetable Sound System are spearheading a new and exciting form of musical activism and becoming one of
the most important voices in a global cultural movement that began right here
in Australia” – Harry Angus, The Cat Empire/Jackson Jackson

Western Australia’s 
Formidable Vegetable Sound System are the world’s most triumphant experiment in ‘ecological electroswing’ busting out energetic, quirky mashups of speakeasy-style antique-beats with live ukulele wonk, hyperactive horns and the principles of permaculture WAM Song of the Year and Australian Independent Music Video Award winners, the 4-piece from Fremantle (via Melbourne), Australia have been touring both hemispheres for the past two years and aren’t about to stop now.


From an unexpected first show on the main stage at
Eclipse2012 Festival in Australia, Formidable Vegetable Sound System (from Fremantle, Western Australia) has since chalked up an impressive backlog of shows including an incredible 8 stages at Glastonbury Festival (UK), Shambhala (Canada), Symbiosis (USA), Rainbow Serpent (Australia) and Woodford Folk Festival (Australia). And now they join us at Tribal Earth.

Mal Webb

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Mal Webb

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