Fire in the Mountain

29th - 31st May 2020

Location: Cwmnewidion Isaf, Wales

Website: www.twoforjoy.co.uk

The Fire in the Mountain is rekindled and its warm glow casts light over the valley of change – Cwmnewidion. Red kites soar above lush green ravines, with oak grove and wild meadow below. Located between the fringe of the magnificent Cambrian mountains and the beautiful coast of Cardigan bay, where hare and horse graze, with nature’s spirits ebbing and flowing. Bringing this ancient kingdom alive once again in another magical gathering of hearts, minds, and music.


Attractions:
Wood Fired Cob Ovens, providing fresh pizzas and fresh bread.
Communal Central Kitchen; all day food and large communal banquets every evening.
Healing Area, Sauna, cold river plunge pool and bathing, and contemporary therapies
Local Ales and Ciders from our Barn Bar
Tons of Workshops in the workshop tent: singing, flat foot, dance, etc
Kids Activities: Face painting, treasure hunts, circus skills
Jam Sessions galore!
Camp Fire Sing Songs.
Acoustic Marquee with hot drinks and chai + open stage for bands and jams

Food:

The best in locally sourced and freshly prepared food –  All food is reasonably priced and ethically sourced, with minimal packaging. Festival goers are encouraged to eat food served on site to help cut down on waste and food miles.

Camping:

There are two camping areas: Quiet and Family camping in the main paddock, near to car parking, and Adventure Camping (short walk from main gate).

Children:

Twelve and under get free entry to the festival, thirteen and over pay full adult price.

There will be plenty of activities arranged for kids – workshops, face-painting, circus skills, etc.

Loos:  They are pioneering the latest designs in Composting Loos.

Preparedness:  The farm is in remote mid-Wales, in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains, where the weather is notoriously changeable.  We highly recommend taking good solid footwear and good quality rain clothes, in addition to sun cream.

For more info visit the festival website:

 

www.twoforjoy.co.uk