Festival Fees

  • Adults (17+ years) - £140
  • Children (4-16 years) - £70
  • Children (0-3 years) - FREE! 
  • Available until the end of March 2018
  • Includes 7 nights camping 
  • Includes access to all of the workshops and activities during the entire week. 
  • To book please use link in main menu

 

A week of well-being for your mind, body and soul

Sun and Moon is a small festival of 3-400 people. It's more like a big family than a massive festival. We eat together, we learn together, we grow together and we enjoy this precious time together.
 
 
The heart of the festival are the hundreds of workshops and courses to attend. With around 60 teachers and facilitators each giving workshops - there are a lot of amazing courses on offer - so many that you'll find it almost impossible to choose what to do all day! You'll find everything from Indian head massage classes to Tai Chi, and from yoga and meditation to dancing 5 rhythms
 
 
Of course there are hundreds of things for younger people to do too - from singing to football, and from willow weaving to circus skills - the smaller people among us are certainly well entertained. Which leaves the bigger people free to enjoy their time too.
 
 
In the evening there's live music and entertainment, and a chance to just socialise and relax. And the great thing is that once you're at the festival, there are no extra costs to consider. All of the workshops and activities are included in the festival price, and if you booked food, then your 3 meals a day of wonderful vegan, vegetarian or organic locally-sourced cuisine are all included as well
 
So you can just turn up..and enjoy :-)
 
Drugs and Alcohol Policy:
 
We don't believe that we need to take drugs of any sort to dance and enjoy ourselves.
 
Sun and Moon does not have a no-alcohol policy, but most people will be heading to bed before midnight, so we do ask you to keep noise to a minimum if you are staying up later than that. Drunk and disorderly behaviour is not accepted - this a well-being festival, and all drugs, legal or otherwise, are discouraged.