Shambala Festival news: Shambala 2019: Go Car Share
Latest update from Shambala Festival
Looking for a lift to Shambala Festival 2019? Or driving down but keen to fill any empty seats in your car, because you're a stone cold legend?
Register your journey on our dedicated gocarshare.com page to be matched with other Shambalans going the same way. More bang for your buckled buck (safety first!) – save on petrol money, reduce emissions and make festival friends en route.
🚗Follow the link to find your match: https://gocarshare.com/festival/shambala
1 day ago
⚡️ EPISODE 05 ft. Basement Jaxx - Homeskool Beatbox Adventures with Shlomo
This week we're asking everyone at home to be part of a unique experiment so you'll need to bring some extra bits with you:
1. 🎥 a second device to film yourself on during the show
2. 🎧 headphones
3. 🧢 a baseball cap or cool hat
4. 😎 sunglasses
5. 🦄 your mascot or pet
All will be revealed in the show!!
Record-breaking beatboxer SK Shlomo is hosting weekly mass beatbox lessons right here to help kids and raise money for NHS Charities Together.
Weekly special guests include KT Tunstall, Bill Bailey, Basement Jaxx, Jason Mraz, Bastille and BBC Radio 1’s Dr Radha.
Apply to be on the show's Zoom-Room (our virtual studio audience) 👉 beatboxadventures.com ... See MoreSee Less
Tickets secured for 2021 and donation on its way to you 🙂 🥰🎪🌈❤️ Anything else you need with regards help or fund raising volunteers between now and next August you know where we are 🙂 Big Love ❤️ Xx
❤️ let’s all be Shambala PLUR x
2 days ago
Shambala stands in solidarity with our Black kin all around the world.
Today we join in with the media blackout, because it’s not enough to fill our feeds with other things today. We will not look away.
We invite our white and non-Black audience to use today, with us, to educate, to listen and then to mobilise.
#theshowmustbepaused ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Shambala. Love the solidarity. BLM have asked however that we use #blackouttuesday instead as the one above is used for organising protests etc and it's being overwhelmed by other posts 🖤
Hi, I went to a workshop last year at shambala about white allyship and there was mention of an initiative whereby you become someone's port of call should they find themselves dealing with police. I cant remember the exact details or name of the programme and am struggling to find it anywhere. If anybody knows the name please let me know as I would like to sign up