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The Giving Tree


Colebrook Park, Kingstanding Way, Southborough, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3UP


03 September 2021 - 06 September 2021

| Doors open: 12:00

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The Giving Tree Festival

The Giving Tree Festival is a gathering of electronic music, interactive performance art, engaging theatrical themes and flawless show design. Set in a beautiful open air location less than 1.5 hours drive from London, The Giving Tree Festival is an eco-friendly fusion of technology and nature, that will create a cohesive life style giving respect and honoring the planet and our fellow humans.


At The Giving Tree, every person continuously influences and creates the story. Music and visual art come together in harmonious synergy and lifts our consciousness to dimensions yet not explored. We would like you to be fully immersed, not just as an obseerver butt to reeallly participate, and help us write the story of Taika.

Our aim is to attract all kinds of creative minds in finding the best solutions for a better future for all events and Mother Earth.


Not only will you enjoy an incredible musical line up and high end production, but we'll also we introducing you to a variety of interesting of characters we also invite you to get involved in the journey with us as we arrive at Taika - the planet of The Giving Tree. Rejoice in humanities quest to find peace, harmony and a sustainable life. Join us as we gather around The Giving Tree and imbue your spirit with joy through dance, entrancing music and dazzling art whilst leading you to the roots of nature. You'll be introduced to the three tribes of Taika, which we trust will inspire you to take control of your own story through immersive theatre and introduce you to a new rhythm that will inevitably have you dancing to the beat of the forgotten drum.

We care about the fate of our planet and at The Giving Tree we have developed innovative solutions to the waste most events are producing. All our staff and crew only use recycled materials to produce reusable sustainable art, costumes and structures.

The Giving Tree extends its branches, inviting you to share a story about survival. With wild costumes, eye catching performances and entrancing music. Be prepared to bask in the light shimmering through the leaves with the three harmonious tribes. The first to inspire you to move freely on the dance floor, the next to warp you into other dimensions through their artistic flair and the final to create a vibe to bring you into tune with the phenomenal sounds

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The Giving Tree Festival © Photography by Sammy Leigh Scholl