5TH SOUTHBURGH FESTIVAL OF WORLD MUSIC 26-27-28 JULY 2013
Weekend tickets now on sale contact 01362 822194 for more info
As I write this newsletter I have just finalised the shower block for Southburgh Festival and how exciting we are all feeling to be able to announce this years 3 day line up.
The adrenalin has now kicked in on what promises to be the most memorable Southburgh festival to date. We just can’t wait to share the news with you.
Five years ago this month, myself and Sharon decided we were going to put on a one day music event, little did we know how much excitement it would bring to Norfolk.
This year we have 3 whole days jam packed entertainment, nothing has been spared.
The program is ambitious, vibrant and it’s going to be a very memorable experience.
Friday Nite: Gates open at 2pm so campers will be able to arrive, relax and enjoy an evening of Circus Cabaret by the world famous FoolHardy Circus plus a DJ, to be announced, will play some tunes till later.
We are looking forward to the program for Saturday starting with the workshops for the whole family. Live music kicks off early this year with a fantastic mix of the best in World music, its going to be EPIC.
Main head line this year is Kanda Bongoman, the man solely responsible for bringing Kwasa Kwasa music to the Worlds ears.
Other groups making this years festival the best one yet include
The Turbans, Vagaband,
and many more to be announced soon. We shall have a toddler play area with toys kindly donated by the Gorton girls and a
Children’s activity tent.
There will be stalls selling international and local produce. Jan’s Rotti is with us again this year, pizza & Locally produced burgers and hotdogs. More to be announced
There will be healing area offering massage, Reiki, Tai Chi and many others. We’ve tried to make sure the tickets are very fairly priced whether you want to come for the weekend, one day or Saturday evening.
See details below. Please make cheques payable to Tambai Community projects, Burton manor, Southburgh, Thetford, Norfolk, IP25 7SU
The Mudeka Foundation
As of previous years the festival has raised funds for the Mudeka foundation’s work in Zimbabwe and this year is very special as we embark in a building project to help rebuild Muda High School.
The school moved us on our last visit to Zimbabwe and this years events will be aimed at raising £8500. This will go towards the first part of the building project starting 2014. To find out more visit www.mudekafoundation.com
www.Southburghfestival.com coming soon
Weekend tickets released March
£150 Family of 4
Tickets released May
Sat day tickets
Under 5’s free
Tickets released June
Sat evening from 6pm
£15 flat rate