Welcome to Participate for Buddhafield Festival 2023 - 12th-16th July. This is where volunteers and contributors can apply to be part of the event.
Things to note
If you have any questions, please check the festival FAQS, facilities info and/or terms and conditions before getting in touch with us through our contact form. We are a small team and we get a lot of emails so anything you can do to help with that is much appreciated.
If you have accessibility needs and need to be in accessible camping, please ensure you fill out the accessible camping form AFTER you have accepted a place as a contributor or team member. You can find a link to that and other general accessibility information here.
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This year we are holding the main Buddhafield festival from 12-16th July.
Kitchen crew who wish to support the setup will be arriving from Wednesday 28th June up and working until the festival (28th June - 11th July) with the festival off and then working for tat down (17th July - 22nd July).Crew Food Before and After
Each year we assemble a team of Musical Enviro-Mentalists, who come together for ten days to participate in an enhanced Buddhafield experience with a focus on community and team cooperation.
We arrive Sunday evening on the 9th July and finish Wednesday evening on the 19th July.
This page is for people who are proposing a trade of goods and services at the Festival. If you consider yourself a “not-for-profit” or “campaign” stall, and are not a shop selling items, please apply through the Campaign Stalls page.
DO NOT APPLY HERE IF YOU ARE A HEALER. HEALER APPLICATION VIA HEALING APPLICATION FORM.Traders and Stalls
All Buddhafield events are free from recreational drugs and alcohol. We believe this is one of the things that makes the atmosphere at our Festival special. A great many people come to Buddhafield because that’s our stated aim and a value we actively promote.
This applies to the crew and contributors as much as ticket holders. All crew (many of whom are on site for several weeks during set-up) are expected to strongly set the tone of the event. This policy applies to “legal highs” as well as illegal drugs and we reserve the right to ask you to leave if you can’t respect this.
People tell us that they didn't know they could enjoy a festival without their recreational drug of choice, so if this would be a new way of experiencing a festival, then why not give it a try! Whatever your views on recreational drugs, though, please bear in mind that if you choose to work with us, then we expect this value to be respected and adhered to.