Most evenings you’ll be able to Circle Dance as the sun goes down and later to chant and connect with the divine. Our Chief Seattle ceremony is both moving and heart opening, a chance to honour our beautiful mother earth.
See Circle Dancing Video Circle Dancing
A highlight of the evening entertainments is our Masked Ball, this year on Weds 26th August. This is your opportunity to be creative, to wear your most extraordinary costumes, to dance and be merry with the most awesome Usthi Baba.
See all the fun Masked Ball
See Rock a Billy night Rock a Billy
For the disco divas amongst you, we’ll have a DJ night and silent disco nights – everything from reggae, to Abba, to disco, to drum and base!
The major highlights of camp are always our home-grown talent – we actively encourage musicians to come together for open mic nights; acoustic music; plays and drama, and poetry and singing. See Loopy Tom
On the final Sunday evening (30th August) the entire camp gathers together around the central fire to dance (and fire twirl) to our incredible drummers, led by our Senegalese Master Drummer friends. Powerful, magical and truly tribal. If you’ve never experienced a fire circle before you’ll be blown away
See their skills Fire Twirling