Rhythmtree Festival offers hippy food and happy faces, alongside some of the top global music stars for festival-goers of all ages.
The emphasis at Rhythmtree Festival is to create a happy atmosphere, unlike any that can be found at any other festival in England. Hosted across a number of themed areas, families are welcomed with open arms with activities for kids and a variety of entertainment.
The music acts cover a whole range of global music, such as Afrobeat, Cuban, reggae, folk, blues and more. As well as featuring artists from around the world there is also a healthy mix of local Isle of Wight musicians, bands and DJs.
Unlike most festivals, it’s free to park your car and camp at Rhythmtree. And at the end of a long day of good times and great music you can take it easy at one of their healing areas, or even at their specially built traditional pub.
This year’s event takes place on 13-15 July, and weekend tickets are available now.
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