One Tribe Festival comes to Cheshire in August, for an independent, non-profit, non-corporate festival that will see a host of world renowned DJ’s and performers descend upon the scenic setting of Malpas for a five-day, 24-hour music and arts extravaganza with all proceeds going to charity.
Designed for the spiritually and musically conscious, One Tribe Festival is the brainchild of the founders of Audio Farm, who are well known for their legendary electronic nights in Manchester’s Sound Control, Islington Mill, Antwerp Mansion and the infamous ‘Dugout’ Area at Festival Number 6.
Operating as an independent, non-profit, non-corporate organism, the festival will help fund the work of The Green Paw Project, a charity that saves the lives of helpless and vulnerable animals in third world countries.
Featuring six stages that will cover a broad range of musical genres, from world tribal, folk, jazz, funk, reggae and acoustic live music to drum & bass, house, techno and psytrance, festival goers can divulge in a plethora of global beats until 6am while the Ambient stage will run 24 hours a day.
With dedicated family camping, and a bumper selection of fun classes and games for kids such as circus workshops, arts and crafts and fire shows, in addition to the stunning forest setting that will provide the perfect retreat for yoga, meditation and holistic and alternative therapies such as Gong baths, Reiki, Shamanic Practises and massage, One Tribe Festival looks to be somewhere that manages to transcend all ages and musical tastes.
Tickets are priced from £95 for the full five days and you can buy them here: