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Sunrise Celebration 2011

by Jan Prejbisz
(Plymouth, UK)

Sunrise 2011

Sunrise 2011

Sunrise 2011 is back with organically grown good vibes, conscious-party atmosphere and heaps of family-friendly fun from 2nd-5th June 2011, join us for 4 days of Big love and Big Ideas....

This year's event sees the most diverse musical line-up yet throughout our 12 stages, and the launch of the new Sunrise Stage, featuring exciting new acts and some old faves, along with Circus acts and wild pyro-antics.

So far lineup includes:

The Beat, Johnny Flynn and The Sussex Wit, Orb Soundsystem, System 7, Shpongle - DJ set, Eat Static - DJ set, Far Too Loud, Banco De Gaia, The Soothsayers feat. ‘Fela’ Horns, The Travelling Band, and we have even more really exciting headliner announcements coming up soon…..

Speakers include Graham Hancock, Jonathan Cainer, Mark Boyle, Charlie Veitch, Charles Dowding and Tamsin Omond.

For 2011 the theme is 'time-travellers', with a steampunk feel to the carnival antics especially at the new, quirky and eccentric ‘Feast of Fools Victorian Emporium’, presented by Bloodstone, The Guild of Traditional Showmen, European Artists & Craftsfolk who travel the land performing in their handmade Victorian Market, ‘The Feast of Fools’ spectacular will be portraying ‘1000 Years of Albion …from the Kingdoms of Ancient Britain through the Empire of Victorian England…….to the Rocking & Rolling reality of the United Kingdom today!’

Also new this year is the Forest Garden Area and Deep Ecology Yurt, joining the usual all activating and inspiring program in the Village Green and Transition Tin Village.

All of this, as ever, powered on 100% renewable energy

Tickets £108 in advance/£125 on the gate (if they are available)

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