Sunrise Festival: Ethical living, organic, arts and music festival

Want to learn about living off-grid and how you can live more sustainably? All this whilst having a boogie to some old skool vibes and browsing some goods by ethical brands in the intervals? If you answered yes, then Sunrise Festival in Hereford is calling you and your family for a weekend of sustainable pleasure.

Sunrise Festival is an ethical living, organic, arts and music festival taking place from 18-20 August in Kenchurch Estate, Hereford in England. It’s where you can learn new skills about how to take care of the planet, yourself and your family.

Workshops include living off grid with bender building, eco-friendly graffiti art, survival skills and basket making. There’s also talks on sustainable gardening, healing the land, positive media and renewable energy.

Sunrise Festival is family-friendly and has play areas for children offering activities including face painting, making toys, creating games, a Holi paint party and a skateboard ramp. There’s also a designated tent area for toddlers, with baby changing facilities and a space where mothers can breastfeed.

Slipmatt – he of SL2’s 90s rave classic On A Ragga Trip – and ambient dub band, Banco de Gaia, will be the headline acts at Sunrise Festival.

Sunrise Festival will be using 100% renewable energy with sun, wind and peddle power (with bio-diesel generators as back up) running the whole festival including all of the stages.

Sunrise Festival 

Rosalind Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She is a writer who specialises in sustainable lifestyle and living, wellbeing, and entertainments. Rosalind also works as a psychic, counsellor, intuitive reader and spiritual life coach helping people to become who they truly are and manifest their heart & soul’s desires into their lives:

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