Tropical Pressure 2017 will programme 3 packed days of live music, food, dance, film and craft from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th July. This intimate, family friendly event, with camping in the Eco Park's spacious grounds overlooking the sea, will come alive with the sounds, sights and flavours of 3 continents: Latin America, Africa & The Caribbean.
Uniquely, the festival is 100% vegetarian with a World Street Food Market offering freshly prepared meals and snacks from around the globe.
The sensational music line-up is complemented by FREE daily workshops for all ages covering African Dance, Tribal crafts, Carnival costume making, Circus Skills, Argentine Tango, Capoiera, Stilt Walking, African Drumming and more. There is plenty for kids, with a dedicated play and craft zone, plus storytelling tent, all open from 10 to 6 every day.
Adult tickets, which include camping, range from £50 to £70, with children under 15 half price and Under 5's free.
For more information on the event, head to www.tropicalpressure.co.uk
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