For all of you who haven't had a chance to purchase your tickets yet the festival will be taking place at the gorgeous Cabourne Parva, which is just off the A1173 Riby Road, Caistor, LN7 6DR.
The Gate will be open throughout the weekend, with Weekend tickets available for £50, Saturday to Sunday tickets available for £30. We look forward to seeing you there. Or read on for a bit more information about the amazing events that we have taking place over the festival weekend...
Deep with the hidden glade of the idyllic rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds, surrounded by a majestic beech wood you will a festival of wonderment and enchantment. Throughout this extraordinary weekend the themes of harmonics and community intertwined with an incredible collection of world music, really make Lindhu a festival of inspiration, crossing the boundaries of science, spiritualism and beautiful sounds, to be found echoing over the soft grass.
On the World Stage a weekend of entertainment awaits, beginning with an superb sound therapy workshop based on The Generation Game, followed by an evening with a local medium and continuing through the weekend with an eclectic mix of stellar music. Ranging from Chopin and Vivaldi recitals through to the soulful melodies of Iza Moon and the cool Spanish sounds of Las Flores No Lloran we close the stage with the haunting acoustics of Leafblade.
Deep under the lovely cool shade of the surrounding Beach trees, on the Earth First Stage we start each day with relaxing Morning Yoga, continue with talks including Kinestheology from Hilray Cooper, helping you to listen to your body's voice and Wild Herbs with Hannah Sylvester. Then on Sunday we continue with Ecological Building, Sacred Geometry and How to Building Sustainable Communities with international inversion therapist Paul Terrell.
Again this year as always we have a brilliant young programme lined up, though we have also tried to make it a bit more parent friendly, all on the Earth First Stage and intermixed with talks on wellbeing, workshops like How to Make Recycled Instruments, Wild Stories and the spectacle of insight, the UK interactive roadshow iScience, all of which can't fail to enlighten and entertain.
New this year we are working with an astounding engineer Daz Disley and visionary Amie Slavin who together created the Sound Spiral Stage a 52 individual channel sound system that can dynamically move sound around the semi-cylindrical inflatable stage. Through the weekend and in addition to an wonderful handful of ambient electronic music artists from Hull & Lincolnshire, we will be running a host of sound workshops including Overtone Singing, A Gong Bath and Solfeggio Mediation.