Latest update from Shambala Festival

There’s only a few days left to support our Flags In Place of War campaign raising money to develop community, creative and cultural organisations in places of war, revolution and areas suffering the consequences of conflict.

We’re asking you, the great people of Shambala, to sponsor strings of flags made from beautiful Ugandan cloth for a minimum sum of £10. 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!

Shambala will commission the total amount of flags sponsored to be made on a tiny and remote island in Lake Victoria, Uganda. We will then use them to adorn the Shambala Stage creating a beautiful symbol of our support for people suffering from the impact of conflict everywhere. All money raised goes directly to In Place of War.

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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Oof! In love with this shot of our closing ceremony, captured by Guy Reece (Striking Faces) ... See MoreSee Less

Oof! In love with this shot of our closing ceremony, captured by Guy Reece (Striking Faces)


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Amazing show I was blown away...cried a few tears as usual 😂 beautifully performed and the music was great too xx

Best closing performance I've ever seen 🦁🦁

That lady was nails....

Was truly amazing 💚

Can everyone sit down so I can see this photo!!

Didn't get to see it, got to see the fireworks though. To far back from the lake edge so see anything

Always looks good over the lake.

Incredible. The best closing ceremony ever <3 so emotional. Thank you

Julian Bracey

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4 days ago

Shambala Festival

Deliciously hazy double exposures, all created 'in-camera' by the supremely talented Grape Productions / Ben Daure.Deliciously hazy double exposures, all created 'in-camera' by the supremely talented @[11053256807:274:Grape Productions / Ben Daure]. ... See MoreSee Less


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The snow queen was very good on my eyes. I was seeing so many magical things happen to the crowd by her, she really was memorising and gave everyone a beautiful moment. Top drawer i cant wait till next year. peace and love x

Oh this is brilliant on so many levels! Very clever ❤

Festival of love & fairies ❤️❤️❤️

Yesssss ben

Love these!!!!! Very nice.

Ah thanks so much Shambala Festival, you are bloody amazing

Natasha Havelock is that Emerald.. Doing a pose? Xx

I know!!! Right now! Xx

Want to go back Lynni Jane!!!!! X

Paul Blakemore Karen Dews look at this! x

Michael Philip

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