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Mid Norfolk’s own world music festival is back and fully packed with live music, Workshops, food, Craft stalls and lots more. The festival which is set in the heart of Norfolk has become an annual celebration and unique experience for those with a passion for world music. In our 6th year, the festival has grown to give you maximum and longer lasting joy. There is something for every age group including workshops, a carefully chosen and exciting mix of great music and activities to suit all tastes, the best selection of stalls offering local and fair trade crafts, and food from all corners of the world.

For an extra £5 enjoy over night camping with the whole family in the spacious fields of Southburgh. On Sunday you can enjoy a full english breakfast while you chill out until the gates close at 13:00hrs

This is where your experience starts, start booking and come and celebrate the wonders of Southburgh Festival of World Music.

Over night camping

Under 5’s Free

£20 with overnight camping

£15 with no camping

6-16 years £7

(Please state how many under 5’s you have coming when booking)

Campers can access site from 10.30am

 

Tickets

Our  tickets are now SOLD OUT.

 

 

Line Up

2014 Line-Up

This year’s festival line up includes; Outathablues,The Anna Mudeka Band, Myles Sanko, Horo Trio, Farlenders Raizes de Africa, Doohickies, Akabella, Stranger Culture. Gates open at 11am with workshops from 12 noon till 4pm, live music kicks off from 12noon till 11.30pm.

Here is a taste of the aural delights on the day!

Outathablues: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQLVCCLYTQk
Myles Sanko: http://youtu.be/ci8Phcpvdkc
The Anna Mudeka Band: http://youtu.be/9HMkiSTdcDI
Raizes De Africa: http://youtu.be/ez–inl91yw
Stranger Culture: http://youtu.be/LWHo0uQj3jo

How we started..

In 2009 friends Anna and Sharon decided to organise a one-day music event. After researching and planning they set on publicising the festival with only 4 months of preparation. Little did they know the popularity it would generate. As the festival has grown over the years in 2014 we have brought together a team of 7 experts with experience and skills in festival and arts organisation.

We are please to welcome Tribe PR, Arts La’Olam, Sarah Corbett, Lara Williamson, Smithy, NT Graphic and Kay Southgate.

about

Tambai Community Projects

Tambai Community Projects is a volunteer organisation that shares specialist cultural events within Norfolk and the East of England. Southburgh Festival is our main event with more than 30 volunteers who come together to plan, organise and prepare the festival all year round. Great support comes from the audience who attend the festival in their hundreds including people from as far as Belgium, London, Scotland and Essex, as well as our beloved Norfolk. Artistic Director Anna Mudeka sees the festival as a way of bringing communities together through shared interests of music, food, friendship and good quality family time. It is her ambition to bring generations together in the heart of Norfolk to enjoy unique experiences that the wider world has to offer.

Wonderful Workshops…

Our workshops are one of the reasons so many people come back year after year. We aim to create an environment where both younger and mature audiences can participate and share the joys of music. We have a great line up including woodcarving, African drumming, pottery, Egyptian dance, circus skills and salsa dance or chill out to some storytelling with Kelly Kanayama

Fabulous food..

Experience food from Africa, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia with some of the best cooks around. We are happy to welcome back

Jamoroc Catering

Teas and coffees from Southburgh Church

Munya will bring some Zimbabwean flavors of sadza with meat and vegetable relish

Burgers and hotdogs

Unique Spice- Indian snacks

The Bar…

This year’s bar will be run by The Mudeka Foundation to help support the charities educational work in Zimbabwe, so please drink lots. We are pleased to welcome back local award winning Elmtree Beers, lagers, ciders, wine will be supplied by William Manson wines of Hingham and bar snacks will be available.

Workshops

 

WORKSHOPS

Times

Tutor

African Drumming

2.30-4pm

Trevor Ault

Pottery painting

11-12.15

Pippaʼs Pottery

Salsa Dance

1-2

Jose Ferrera

Circus Skills

12-1.30

Fool Hardy Circus

Mbira singing

2-3.15

Anna Mudeka

Wooden spoon carving

All day

Jason Parr

Belly Dance

11-12.15

Clare

Story telling performance

1-2

Kelly Kanayama

Gates open at 10 am. Childrenʼs workshop area will be run by Greenword tree all day. Anyone interested will have an opportunity to contribute on making a giant architectural house of Imagination with drawing,writing and having lots of fun

Main Stage

BANDS

TIMES

Akabella

1-1.40pm

Raises De Africa

2-2.40pm

Farlenders

3-3.40pm

Horo Trio

4.4.40pm

Doo Hockies

5.5.40pm

Myles Sanko

6-7pm

OutathaBlues

7.20-8.20pm

The Anna Mudeka Band

8.40-9.40pm

Stranger Culture

10-11.15pm

Sunday
Full English breakfast will be available at £5 courtesy of The Mudeka Foundation fundraise team and Anne Francis. Thank you all for your support. GATES CLOSE AT MIDDAY

Directions to Burton manor Barns Southburgh IP25 7SU for satnav

FROM NORWICH

Take the B1108 to Watton

Drive through Barford and out towards Watton

Take the right turn at Kimberly when you see the 40 mile sign towards Dereham

Follow the road past 4 bends and take a sharp left on the 5th bend by the railway

bridge

Keep to the right of the road which will take you to the 1st Junction and keep straight

You will go past Hardingham Church on your right to the 2nd Junction and keep

straight

Go over the small bridge signed Southburgh rd, keep straight past Southburgh Church

Keep straight past the cross roads with the Bungalow on your left and take right turn

at the T junction. You have arrived at your destination. Festival parking is 50 yards on

your left.

FROM THETFORD

Take the A1075 to Watton, once in Watton turn right at the traffic lights sign posted

Norwich

Follow the road for a few miles until you see the signs for Woodrising and

Cranworth.

Turn left and follow signs as above.

FROM DEREHAM

Take the A1075 towards Watton

You will go past Toftwood, when you come into Shipdam take 1st left sign posted

Shipdam airfield

Follow the road round the bends until you see factories on your left

Take 1st right turning sign posted Southburgh & Cranworth Common

Drive to the end of the road and Burton manor Barns is the last house on your left.

Nearest train stations

Attleborough 15 minutes

Norwich 30 minutes

Diss 45 minutes

There are buses to Hingham, Watton and Dereham every hour, they stop running at

6.30pm but local taxi services operate from these towns. Hingham 5 minutes, Watton

and Dereham 15 minutes by taxi.

Southburgh Festival 2014

Festival Organiser: Anna 07879493843
Stalls Organiser: Sharon 07504673424

info@southburghfestival.com
anna@southburghfestival.com
sharon@southburghfestival.com