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About a month ago, a Facebook glitch saw our official 2016 video deleted, which is a bit rubbish and it doesn’t look like they’re going to be able to bring it back. However, what better time to upload it again and get those excitement levels pumping, than with LESS THAN 10 DAYS TO GO until gates open. Every cloud..

Crank up the sound, Shambalans – it’s nearly time to come home!

Video credits:
Song – Dance, Love & Die by GUTS
Cameras – Skewiff and Formulate Media
Edit – Skewiff



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22 hours ago

Shambala Festival

A career in festival production: Bizarre, occasionally stressful, unbelievably fun and incredibly rewarding.

If you're 18-25 and interested in getting into the industry, listen up! You Produce is a brand new festival producing programme based in Bristol. Delivered in collaboration with Portland Productions and Creative Youth Network, this programme will see you spending time with festival producers, quizzing them on their journeys and gaining experience in areas such as production management, marketing, set design and ticket selling. There are also opportunities to produce festival content at some amazing UK festivals, including Shambala!

For more information and to apply for your spot, please visit: www.creativeyouthnetwork.org.uk/Event/you-produce
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A career in festival production: Bizarre, occasionally stressful, unbelievably fun and incredibly rewarding. 

If youre 18-25  and interested in getting into the industry, listen up! You Produce is a brand new festival producing programme based in Bristol. Delivered in collaboration with Portland Productions and Creative Youth Network, this programme will see you spending time with festival producers, quizzing them on their journeys and gaining experience in areas such as production management, marketing, set design and ticket selling. There are also opportunities to produce festival content at some amazing UK festivals, including Shambala! 

For more information and to apply for your spot, please visit: https://www.creativeyouthnetwork.org.uk/Event/you-produce

 

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Only for 18-25 year olds, the demographic currently rich with their parents money. Don't go to college, work for us for free under the notion of learning something.

Why is there an age limit on it ??? Kimberley Louise Hurrell we would rock this even if we are too old!

10 week course???? ive got qualifications that allow me to dispense medication, plan and write safety assessments for an entire organisation that took me less than that.

Why the limit ? That's sad to see a limit ?

Why do WE HAVE TO BE UNDER 25, WHATS SO SPECIAL ABOUT THAT NUMBER...WHY NOT HAVE FESTIES THAT ONLY 20 SOMETHINGS CAN GO TO THEN PAH

Luke Bliss-Thompson

Jack Wade - this is what I was telling you about Friday ☺️

Alison Chambers I’m sure you know some bright young things who would love this xx

Justin Strong i think we should do this bro

Jim Drummond let's apply ! Be great experience ! X

Tanisha-leigh Dunn what a great opportunity! Real interesting! X

Liz Miss-Daisy. Know anybody that this may interest?

Freya Grayson this would be so cool!!

For those sad about the age limit on this opportunity, I just want to recommend the Charity Apprentice course with Child.org as an alternative. It includes a whole module on event management and loads of opportunities in management and operation positions at UK festivals with Charity Concierge. We have many people on the course who are looking for experience in event management: charityapprentice.org

Rose let's do it

Shame there's so much negativity about this , I am really excited about this opportunity for any young people who can get on this, especially if it's my son Kain Finn Zahiri!!

This sounds brilliant take no notice of the moaners. I worked on the Festival circuit in the 80s and 90s and had the time of my life. Now as a comfortably middle aged vicar I am toying with the idea of venturing forth once more into fields of green...

Hmm shame about the age limit..I review events and would love to be able to do a course like this. Eventually I want to be hosting not reviewing. Using what I have learned along the way

Ben Flava reckon you could get away with being 25? Xx

Zoe Dines Lisa Goodwin..kai might like this...xxxxx

Boris Yentob one for the learners

Maggie Waldon thought you might like to tell a few people locally! X

George Howe this could be interesting & good thing to do ?

if only it was closer to me 🙁

Deneshan Naidoo check out Shambala as well <3

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5 days ago

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⭐️ Calling all Shambala families! ⭐️
Tickets for our beloved little sister event, Starry Skies, go on sale at 7pm tomorrow (Friday 8th December). If your little ones are happiest when scaling trees, building dens, toasting marshmallows and roaming wild and free through the woods and under the stars - this one is for you. We only have space for 250 families, so snap up your spot quick! Dates are 8-12th August 2018, at a beautiful brand new location on a family farm near the Welsh village of Usk.

Check out this year's video for a taste of what to expect!

Starry Skies
TICKET NEWS (& A NEW HOME FOR EDITION SIX!)
Thank you all so much for waiting patiently these past weeks! We’re finally able to tell you what’s been rumbling behind the scenes...

We’re very happy to reveal that we have a brand new home for Edition Six on Cwm Cayo Farm, a stunning location 30 minutes from our old site - you can find out more about that here: www.starry-skies.net/home-banner/we-have-a-new-home/

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow, FRIDAY 8th DECEMBER at 7PM, so set your alarms and we’ll see you there (sorry for the short notice - it's been a bit of a scramble!) more information on prices can be found here: www.starry-skies.net/news/tickets-sale-december-8th-7pm/

To whet the whistle, here's a look back at Starry Skies Edition Five - wild days of roaming free, through the woods and under the stars.

Music - Tantz - Etrog Pomander
Video - Skewiff
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Starry Skies

 

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Dill Garland Dale

Sarah Wilson didn't realise shambala did a whole festival for kids. Looks awesome!

I knows it.. been watching this one... it’s on our Summer list xx

Emily Grey Mel Senior this looks good from the folk behind Shambala. Saw you were all recently thinking of next years kiddy fest x

Hope Woods have you seen this? It looks lovely may be a nice change from the bigger festivals? Evelyn asked this morning if we are doing a festival this summer xx

Anna Shuttlewood Jessie Jane Llewellyn Harrietti Greenie this is a great kids festival were going you guys should come to xxx

Laura Hartley this sounds right up your street x

Kris Denton I Know we can't do next year because we are away already but the year after maybe?

Louisa' Kate would love to take Harper to this when she's older 😍

Emma Queralto Abbi would love this x

Rosie Hannon Bex Holmes this looks awesome - good cousin times!!

Sarah Lawless Johnson this could be a great one for the family

James Gilder really want to go next year. Pretty please.....

Ali Hadlxr Maria Broome this looks right up your street! Xxx

Looks so good!!!

Lisa Duerden you might like this one ☺️

Might go

Ellie Lovett Jamie Lovett one for the future 😊

Sabine Louise Ray What do you think?

Paul James Marshall one for the girls!

Oliver Bosworth looks amazing xxxx

Sarah Abdy-Hayes I recommend this x

I really want to go Lily Alice Penney

Emma Kathleen Tomkins what's all this?! <3

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  1. If you are a “green”, environmentally aware festival, please can you tell me why you will be killing grey squirrels and teaching people ways to cook them? If it is as your literature says because you consider them an “invasive” species, then your thinking is extremely out-of-touch and speciesist.. I would draw your attention to the research done by Animal Aid and other groups which demonstrates that culling of grey squirrels is not necessary to protect the red squirrels (whose main threat is humans). Please reconsider your plans to kill and eat what you term “invasive” species (grey squirrels and crayfish) and instead make yourselves a really ethical, environmentally aware event by keeping the festival vegetarian – and maybe vegan in 2018?

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