Latest update from Shambala Festival

There’s only a few days left to support our Flags In Place of War campaign!
By donating a minimum of £10, you will be sponsoring a string of beautiful flags made from Ugandan cloth, which we will use to adorn The Shambala Stage to create a beautiful symbol of our support for those suffering from the impact of conflict everywhere.

All money raised will go directly to In Place of War to develop community, creative and cultural organisations in places of conflict. In this case, the money will specifically be used to set up music studios in the following locations across Uganda:
– A Congolese refugee camp
– A prison in the war affected region of Uganda (in partnership with indigenous hip-hop artists)
– On a remote island in Lake Victoria ( the base of a community organisation that helps single mothers and vulnerable children).

By donating £25 or more, you will also be entered into a PRIZE DRAW to win 2 TICKETS to this year’s sold out festival.
So far, you’d have about a 1 in 44 chance of winning – not too shabby!

Please give as generously as you can and please share this campaign far and wide.

Flags In Place Of War

Please help us raise money for the incredible organisation, In Place Of War, by sponsoring Ugandan Flags that will adorn the Shambala Stage!

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