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You know the drill – leave us a comment below, and let us know who you’d like to see gracing Shambala’s stages next year.
If you’re in a band yourself, applications to play will open towards the end of the year, hang tight!



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We're having a party and Facebook's not invited.

Lockdown has forced festivals online for the time being and we've been taking lockdown as a chance to explore our own ethical, independent digital platforms further. We've seen scammers targeting fellow festivals on behemoth social media platforms with a scourge of fake event pages and fake pay-to-watch livestreams. We want the weekend to be as much our own as possible, so streaming it on Facebook doesn't sit right.

Instead we'll only be streaming our Shambala Digital Weekender via AiDU and on Youtube, with a Party-In-Your-Pocket hosted on our block-chain built App. This is to keep you scam safe, ad free and in the moment - wherever you join us from. No corporate nonsense, no big data, and in support of the #StopHateForProfit campaign.

Remember, any pay-to-view livestream links you see on Facebook are not ours. Our digital weekend event will be FREE to watch for all, and will not require anybody to enter any card details, anywhere.

Read the full story here ⏭https://www.shambalafestival.org/adventures/the-shambala-digital-weekender-a-facebook-free-event/
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Were having a party and Facebooks not invited.

Lockdown has forced festivals online for the time being and weve been taking lockdown as a chance to explore our own ethical, independent digital platforms further. Weve seen scammers targeting fellow festivals on behemoth social media platforms with a scourge of fake event pages and fake pay-to-watch livestreams. We want the weekend to be as much our own as possible, so streaming it on Facebook doesnt sit right. 

Instead well only be streaming our Shambala Digital Weekender via AiDU and on Youtube, with a Party-In-Your-Pocket hosted on our block-chain built App. This is to keep you scam safe, ad free and in the moment - wherever you join us from. No corporate nonsense, no big data, and in support of the #StopHateForProfit campaign. 

Remember, any pay-to-view livestream links you see on Facebook are not ours. Our digital weekend event will be FREE to watch for all, and will not require anybody to enter any card details, anywhere. 

Read the full story here ⏭https://www.shambalafestival.org/adventures/the-shambala-digital-weekender-a-facebook-free-event/

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Ella Madeleine 😍😍

Lee Bushill

Mark Walsh

Not to mention the heavy handed blocking approach taken by Facebook when artists, performers and venues have tried desperately to stay afloat and provide entertainment during lockdown.

5 days ago

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3 weeks ago

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Don't forget - you have until FRIDAY (31st July) to choose to roll your Shambala 2020 tickets over to 2021. If you take no action by this deadline, your order will be refunded - so please don't leave it too late if you would like to join us next year.

If you haven't already, log into your TicketSellers.co.uk account to make your choices, here: www.theticketsellers.co.uk/your_account/

If you're having any issues, drop TTS a line on info@theticketsellers.co.uk.

Do bear in mind that with the vast majority of our audience having selected to transfer their tickets over, 2021 tickets are looking to be very limited.

Lots of love πŸ’• x
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Where is it Durran, and what’s the ‘vibe’ like?

πŸ‘ŒπŸ”₯πŸ‘Œ

Do you have any tickets left to purchase for 2021?

Brendan Bell

Just sorted our tickets,. See you next year..

Tom Styler

I rolled our tickets over as soon as given the option but have never received any sort of confirmation- is there any way of checking it? I’d be heart broken if we missed out on 2021!

Eva Whittaker Paulette Woodward You guys done this yet?

Hi! We’ve decided to rollover our tickets but we have a two year old daughter whom we didn’t get a ticket for last year and I can’t find out on the website now the age at which kids will need tickets? Will she need one next year aged 3 and would we be able to get an additional one for her?! Thanks πŸ˜˜πŸ™πŸΌ

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3 weeks ago

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Singing With Nightingales: Live At Home - with The Nest Collective. Settle down for something truly spellbinding. As ever, if you're enjoying the show, please do pop a donation in the tip jar for our amazing artists and production crew who have sadly seen their income disappear this year: paypal.me/thekambefoundation

Enjoy! x
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oh wow... πŸ’•

Singing With Nightingales: Live At Home - with The Nest Collective. Settle down for something truly spellbinding. As ever, if you're enjoying the show, please do pop a donation in the tip jar for our amazing artists and production crew who have sadly seen their income disappear this year: paypal.me/thekambefoundation Enjoy! x

I did this with Sam Lee in Kent a couple of years ago: would thoroughly recommend.

Just beautiful- what an incredible sound - music, birds, voices - mesmerising.

Wonderful!

So beautiful and relaxing. Very emotional

Thank you

Row Bashforth

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3 weeks ago

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It's time to find out which lucky devil has bagged the prize of a lifetime: two LIFETIME tickets to Shambala! A huge thank you to every single one of you who entered πŸ’• The winner will be contacted via email shortly after the broadcast....

Big thank you to the lovely Polly and the team at AIDU for letting us use the studio and even providing us with a proper drumroll πŸ₯

PS - while you're here, don't forget to tune in at 8pm for a very special broadcast of The Nest Collective's Singing With Nightingales Live at Home. x
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Well done Benjamin Grant W you lucky lucky dude 😊❀

Lovely hair

Polly <3

Thank you everyone, I am absolutely elated, here's to the future memories ❀️✌️

What an amazing presenting job you did lady! Smashed it xxx πŸ’•πŸ’• omg!!! This is class. ❀❀πŸ₯° love you Shambala Festival. Absolute best place on earth #crowdfunding. Support your festivals! Well done Benjamain! Roll on 2021. TICKETS...TRANSFERRED 😎

Genuinely just cried watching last year's video

Congrats! ❀️❀️❀️

Congratulations Benjamin!! πŸ₯³β€οΈ

Congratulations πŸŽ‰

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50 Responses

  1. Sandra Storm says:

    My Baby again for sure. They were amazing.

  2. Martha Graham says:

    I spy the Menstrual Cramps again Emilia Mila Elfrida

  3. Andru00e9 Amaral says:

    Calibro35 and Ezra Collective, please!!

  4. Edd Bollom says:

    James Holden, Africquoi, ONIPA, Hippo Soundsystem, Age of Glass, Binbag Wisdom and the mighty mighty Henge! πŸ˜€ <3 x

  5. Craig Kirkup says:

    Dutty moonshine , gypsy unit and try get rag n bone man again doing his old stuff

  6. Katy Lancaster says:

    Aphrodite b2b with Mickey Finn again! πŸ™πŸ˜

  7. Adam Tatton-Reid says:

    In order of want….
    Bonobo
    Nile Rogers
    Jungle
    Florence & the machine
    The Cuban Brothers
    The Correspondents.
    Henge
    David Rodigan
    Beans on Toast
    Captain Accident
    Cut Capers
    Caravan Palace
    The After Hours
    Mr Scruff

  8. April Pheenie says:

    Zero 7, Bonobo, Mr Scruff, Ezra Collective, GorillaBot, Damien Lazarus, Afro Celt Sound System

  9. April Pheenie says:

    SOPHIE

  10. Wendy Jayne says:

    Oh and Brass Rave Unit and My Baby again as both were truly epic!

  11. Yola Kingsbury says:

    Cosmo Jarvis
    More Like Trees
    Afriquoi
    Caravan Palace
    Solomon O.B

  12. Tim Gulson says:

    Jon Hopkins, ODESZA, Jon Hopkins, eekkoo, Jon Hopkins, or Jon Hopkins. πŸ™‚

  13. Awen Saunders-Goldman says:

    l’entourloop, danny byrd, break, friction, alix perez, ed solo, freestylers, the mouse outfit, top cat, jam thieves, dub phizix, document one, burning spear, steel pulse. Any of these would be a blessing ❀️ I would definitely like to see some more drum and bass/jungle/half time next year though

  14. Dara Hanley says:

    Definitely Caravan Palace-the festival is so their vibe! It seems like they would be a crowd pleaser too and they are brilliant live.

    Bonobo and Django Django would be awesome too.

    Roisin Murphy-again, quite the performer.

    Probably the best live act I have ever seen was Basement Jaxx…now, that would be on another level!

    Finally- Disclosure. Some of their best gigs have been in smaller festivals like SGP as they were on the cusp of stardom and Snowbombing.

    Very excited for next year!

  15. Tracey Brown says:

    Dreadzone!!- Pleeeeeeeeaaaaaaassssseeeeeee!!! They would be PERFECT for Shambala!

  16. Henry Charles says:

    Tinariwen, Gabriel Ananda, Nils frahm, bicep, age of glass, henge, shunya, the bear around your neck, Django Django, Andrew Weatherall, Ibibio sound machine, Lee burridge, undercatt, bonobo, four Tet, Beirut, songhoy blues, Ali Farka tourΓ©, Dixon.

  17. Emily J Meraki Sun says:

    Zero 7, Fat Freddys Drop, Too Many Zooz

  18. Claire Underwood says:

    Cousin Avi local Northampton band full of Shambala epic-ness πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½

  19. Sarah Louisa says:

    https://shunyasound.bandcamp.com/
    They are awesome, saw them support Henge. Totally Shambala vibe

  20. Anna Sian Forman says:

    Baloji, songhoy blues, ibibio, vieux farka toure, twinkle brothers, samori I, young fathers, lankum, cat power, sampha, Kate tempest…. 😊

  21. Sarah Phoenix says:

    The Turbans, The Polish Ambassador, Dub FX with as many guests as you/he can lay your hands on, The Hat Club, and Quextal on the woodland stage πŸ™‚πŸ™

  22. Sophie Kenny says:

    yo can we have a bit more electronic line up this year? Klute were the highlight and would LOVE more of that kinda stuff πŸ™‚

  23. Sukey Russell-Hayward says:

    Please let the Brickwork Lizards play. They are amazing and would fit in beautifully. Foot stomping, swaying, happiness generating rhythms and vocals.

  24. Charlie Harman says:

    Tank and the Bangas & Duluxe have Shambala written all over them x

  25. Grant Decker says:

    GoldWater need to be preaching a wild sermon to the Shambalians! Also BETHLEHEM CASUALS GU-RU Henge oh sees!

  26. Jim Ellis says:

    Menstrual Cramps again please, like in your picture. Best band this year by a long
    way. Oh and by the way the Afro Celt Sound System would be the best headline band for Shambala ever.

  27. JP Wolfgang says:

    Tank and the bangas Yes! More of onipa, Nubian twist, me and my friends, Solana, tezeta, Don kipper, honeyfeet…

  28. Carrie Tang says:

    Damian Lazarus, Hot 8 Brass Band, Gentle Mystics, Land of the Giants, Jon Hopkins (live), Too Many Ts, CrazyP, MoveD, Midland, Mr Motivator & The Cuban Bros πŸ™‚

  29. Simon Hill says:

    Seeing as he is meant to be retiring sometime next year, trying to book George Clinton would be a brilliant choice.

  30. Corrie Zarach says:

    Henge again, amadou and maryam, she’koyokh, Catrin finch and seckou keita, afrocelt soundsystem, drymbago, some techno please πŸ˜‚ I’m sure there’s more I can’t think of right now. Loved hearing my baby and grrrl for the first time this year

  31. Ben Finlay says:

    Molotov jukebox
    Tc and the groove family
    Will and the people
    Half crown
    Yndi halda
    Johnny cage and the voodoogroove
    Hipicat
    Future dub orchestra
    Pink oculus
    Treetop flyers
    The zipheads
    They say jump
    Too many t’s

  32. Ashley Leeds says:

    Spitting Feathers need to bring the Glunk and their many Flocksters to this . Bring on the madness.

  33. Ashley Leeds says:

    The Brandy Thieves with the most incredible front lady vocalists I have ever heard . Breathtaking and will leave jaw’s to the floor and you will dance.

  34. Ashley Leeds says:

    Luna and the Moonhounds another young band with an incredible young lady up front . Saw them on the Guerrilla Stage at Deerstock . Awesomeness.

  35. Tessa Fayers says:

    Songhuoy Blues! Camille, Dutty Moonshine, Herbaliser, Benjamin Clementine, Four Tet, Jon Hopkins, Reckon I’ll think of more as soon as I press send..

  36. Alison Stafford says:

    Gentlemans Dub Club for sure, a fab band called Goldwater who would absolutely smash it at Madame Bayou’s…..and maybe another disco legend like ‘Sister Sledge’ who were a class act. Someone like Jimmy Cliff or Kool and the Gang!!! xxx

  37. Bow Harrison-Barwood says:

    Our first Shambala last year…we knew 4 people on the line up when it came out…we got the programme…we you tubed the people in the programmes…WE FOUND SO MUCH NEW MUSIC THANK YOU SHAMBALA πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•
    But Dutty Moonshine, Genna and the G’s, and maybe a throw back to Basement Jaxx just because I haven’t seen them for years

  38. Cain Barriskill says:

    It would amazing to see some top acts local to the area on the bill. GoldWater The Brandy Thieves GU-RU The Abrahams

  39. Iain Brooks says:

    Jimmy cliff
    Toots and the maytals
    Orbital
    Shambala always has great up and coming musicians so always nice to get a legend in there

  40. Jenny Watson says:

    We need some drag kings! Brizzle Boiz BOi BOX might be able to advise but whatever you do, you have to get Drag King Oliver Assets and Oedipussi https://www.instagram.com/oedipussi.rex/?hl=en

  41. Jen Bean says:

    The Hoax, beautiful west country blues band ❀ love them and would love to see them at shambala. My favourite band at my favourite festival: I can’t imagine anything better 😍

  42. Sam Darby says:

    Could we please please please have Dreadzone??? They are epic and so perfect for the whole Shambala vibe πŸ™

  43. Laura McDougall says:

    Basement Jaxx
    Bonobo
    Snarky Puppy
    Cuban Brothers
    Slamboree
    Something in line with Sister Sledge as I missed them :0/
    Fat Freddys Drop
    Morcheeba
    Thundercat
    Primal Scream πŸ‘πŸ½

  44. Kate Jones says:

    I’d love to see a few Brazilian drum & bass artists.
    L-side, S.P.Y, DJ Marky et al.
    LTJ Bukem is God so his presence would be so good.
    Finally and most importantly, it would be great to have some 90’s inspired DJ sets across all EDM genres. For the oldies like me! πŸ˜‰

  45. Ruth Henshaw says:

    Monkey Safari, Too many djs, Groove Armada, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Three Words, The Bagdaddies, Dreadzone, Nile Rogers, Craig Charles.

  46. Sare Gallagher says:

    I really miss the bearded kitten. One of my families highlights in the past. I found the botanical disco not as accessible for kids. Was great fun at night without them though πŸ˜‚

  47. Cecilia Herbert says:

    Pleasseee can we see the Cuckoo’s stage back in the Healing Fields! πŸ™

    Curly Wurly, Young Fathers, Jally Kebba Susso, Bonobo, Mauskovic Dance Band…

  48. Louis VZ says:

    Really need to get the North West Hardcore controller (Cheshire set) set back at the Compass Tent. Would be good to have some jungle – Kid Lib, Smiley Maxx, Paradox, remarc, special request .

    And some reggae sound systems like Jah Shaka or Jah Tubbys
    Thanks

  49. Catrin Price says:

    Tankus the Henge
    Snarky Puppy
    Beans on toast
    Ezra collective
    Caravana sun
    Mansion of snakes
    Undercover hippy
    Hollie cook
    Dat brass
    Vulfpeck

    The Cat Empire

  50. Marcyne Harrison says:

    I say it every year but please book The Skints would fit in great with shambala.
    Also Doctor meaker again would be ace..
    some more disco acts..

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