Festival organiser and farmer Michael Magowan is excited about the forthcoming festival. He says;
“Sunflowerfest is always a magical weekend. It will nurture the mind, body and soul through a wide range of superb music, fantastic fun for the family and exciting performances in the Enchanted Glade. There will also be storytelling, poetry and interactive art, dance and music workshops. We’re really looking forward to welcoming the Magnus Viking Association who will transform Tubby’s Farm into a Viking village and allow festival goers to immerse themselves in the life and culture of a Viking.”
Sunflowerfest shares a love of the countryside and wildlife, so it’s fitting that their nominated charity is The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), an organisation aimed at saving wildlife, protecting wild places and connecting people with nature. At Sunflowerfest, festival goers will have a chance to connect with nature, enjoy the whole ‘farm’ experience and savour all this unique event has to offer.
Weekend camping tickets are priced from £59.95 (students and £54.95) and would make the perfect Christmas present!
For further information check out www.sunflowerfest.co.uk
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