About The Shambala Festival
A 4-day fest that spans the August Bank Holiday Weekend in England.
Unfolds in a secret locale in the middle of the lush Northamptonshire countryside.
It’s a family festival with over 200 musical acts, a cabaret, 12 stages, workshops, and inspirational talks. Circus shows and interactive theatre.
Known as the East Midlands, it’s about 300 km NW of London, near Milton Keynes and before you get to Birmingham.
Food & Drink, Music and Entertainment
The innovative Shambala Festival combines creativity and participation and has a reputation as a “legendary party.”
It’s known for what organizers call cutting-edge theatrics and performance and prides itself as a green event.
There are 30-plus venues, including a food tent, Kamikaze music tent, and Playtopia Kid’s Field.
Also, a spoken-word/dub poetry stage, a puppet cabaret, healing meadows for meditation, dance workshops, a craft area and even a shamanic tipi.
The exact directions are given when you purchase a ticket and can be found in the text of the E-Ticket.
Shambala Festival is a green event, so festival-goers are asked to use the festival’s coaches:
All coaches and coach tickets are for departures on the Thursday of the event.
Morning departures are available from all cities listed on the ticket page.
Thursday early evening departures are available from Bristol and London only.
All tickets include return travel on Monday after the show.
Get £15 off your adult festival tickets if you buy a Shambala Express package – adult ticket and coach ticket bought together or £15 towards your coach travel from our other departure points.
Return coaches are available from Bristol, Brighton, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield.
More info at their website; shambalafestival.org/essential-info/travel/