Thursday opening party & home to MIND this year
Ukukhapha, Good luck with pronunciation! (its: oo – koo – ka – pah) With the end goal of creating a world class, self-contained, mobile music venue packaged in an old London Bus; Ukukhaphas very first outing will be as part of the incredible MIND Stage as well as temporary host of the Thursday night Camp Site Shenanigans! It all starts at Noisily! For the grand first stop of a massive project in the making, Ukukhapha could not be more pleased to be part of such an amazing festival! It is the first of many stops for our intrepid journey; across Europe and down into Africa with the final destination of Cape Town. The main objective of which is bringing musical and creative resources (both physical and digital) to artists, industry professionals and communities where such assets were previously inaccessible or prohibitively expensive. The journey starts here and we welcome all aboard!
Once In A Blue Moon café & venue
Once In A Blue Moon Cafe is a nomadic food & drink, music, arts and wellbeing space inspired by travels around the world. The team’s beautifully handcrafted 12 x 6 metre Indian marquee, filled with unique furniture and decor, makes it debut at Noisily as part of the Mind, Body and Soul area for the this year! As well as being a cosy space to relax with with a nice cup of chai or freshly cooked wholesome plate of food, there’s also a jam-packed schedule of workshops, entertainment, interactive classes and much more.
After being on the dance floor, getting inspired musically by amazing artists you can come join the Ushti Kushti adventure and partake in a spontaneous jam circle, connect with, and create music with others, empowering each other with rhythm. If that’s not your cup of tea then sit back, relax and replenish the energy levels inside the hand crafted geodesic dome.
Ushti Kushti will also host some beautiful discussions, poetry performances, acoustic sessions & love jams – keep an eye out for their board outside for any daily shifts.
Greenpeace : Party with a Purpose
Rising sea levels, more extreme weather events, loss of biodiversity. Our climate is breaking down and destructive industries continue to threaten our forests, oceans, air and humanity as we know it. But together we can overcome these challenges. Learn more about what Greenpeace is doing to protect our natural world for future generations, and have fun doing so! At festivals we aim to engage, empower, educate and inspire people to take action on the biggest challenge facing us. We are here to talk solutions and hope.
Greenpeace started in 1971, taking action and bearing witness to nuclear testing, swiftly moving onto the ‘Save the Whales’ campaign. Music and gatherings have been a part of our work from the beginning.
Join them to take a trip to the Antarctic or the Amazon in virtual reality, enjoy their talk on the most pressing issues facing our planet, and talk to Greenpeace reps about actions you can take to help and support their work.
www.greenpeace.org.uk, www.instagram.com/greenpeaceuk, www.facebook.com/greenpeaceuk, www.twitter.com/greenpeaceuk