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Buddhafield Festival is a joyful gathering of people, celebrating community and connection with the land.
Song, dance, arts and crafts, yoga, meditation, and play blend together, without alcoholic drinks or recreational drugs, to create a loving and life-affirming space.
There will be Buddhist teaching, workshops and ritual, under sun and stars. The festival is family-friendly and open to everyone, however you practice.
Our theme for 2023 is Liberation through Imagination.
We'll be releasing programme information closer to the event but if you want to get a flavour of what Buddhafield is all about, you can view the 2022 programme here.
We usually open our volunteer, contributor and trader applications early in the year and close as each team becomes full. We let people know about this via our social media channels, website and newsletter. Links for these are above if you want to be kept in the loop for when they open.
If you have a blue badge you can add a car or live in pass for free to your booking during the normal booking procedure.
If you have access needs or want to know about carer tickets, please visit our accessibility page to find out more about what we can offer.
Early bird - £155 (sold out)
Adult with donation - £215
Adult - £168.50
Adult concession - £122.50
Young person (6-17) - £66.50
Child (3-5) - £25.50
Child (0-2) - £0 (but must have a ticket)
Car Pass - £30.50 online in advance, £40 on the gate
Live in pass - £61.50 online in advance, £75 on the gate
Please note that due to the admin involved and the increase in scam ticket sales, Buddhafield Festival tickets will be non-transferable in 2023. Instead, we offer 80% refunds up until two weeks before the event and we always consider special circumstances at any time.
We have added a new ticket type this year which includes a donation to our Buddhafield Base Project. This is the next stage in the evolution of Buddhafield and one that we hope will offer a permanent home to the festival and other land-based, community building projects.