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Birmingham Viva 18th May 2019

Very happy to be invited onto this 1 day event with my handmade and fairtrade ethically sourced jewellery and clothing… ‘Viva! are so excited to be returning to Birmingham for yet another epic vegan festival, and this year it’s the 25th Anniversary! Taking place at the New Bingley Hall, come along and indulge in the most delicious food and vegan delicacies and shop for ethical clothing, cruelty-free cosmetics and much more!’ The location of .

Shindig Weekender Festival 23rd-26th May 2019

Very much looking forward to this lovely event and my 1st festival of the season … ‘Kickstarting summer, Shindig is the first and funkiest festival in the West Country. It offers a soulful dose of relaxation and revelry to funky warriors and their families’ You can find OMishka in the well being area and as well as my usual beautiful handmade and fairtrade products I will be selling my new yoga clothing range.

Wychwood Festival 31st May-2nd June 2019

Another first for me trading at this festival and very much looking forward to being a part of it … This year will mark the 15th birthday for the annual Wychwood Music Festival. Nominated Best Family Festival in the UK Festival Awards every year there is so much for all ages to enjoy. You can expect to be entertained with more than 100 music acts across indie, world and folk genres. Add to that .

Leamington Peace Festival 15th-16th June 2019

My 4th year trading at this fantastic local event and it’s free entry! ‘With over 100 charity, campaign and retail stalls, lots of vegetarian and vegan food, workshops, kids entertainment, peace talks and music on 2 stages, you won’t want to miss the 41st annual peace festival! Leamington Peace Festival exists to promote peace, environmental harmony and living in co-operation with others’ Due to the renovations of the Pump Room Gardens OMishka has changed .

Beardy Folk Festival 21st-23rd June 2019

This is a first time trading here for me and very much looking forward to it … Beardy Folk Festival is a new and beautifully crafted Midsummer music weekend set in a walled garden. Boasting a brilliant line up of contemporary, traditional & acoustic indie folk music, fabulous food and drink, a boutique trade village and family fun. You can find OMishka in the boutique trade village.

Cornbury Music Festival 5th-7th July 2019

After waiting patiently for 4 years for a trade stand I have finally been offered a pitch at the wonderful Cornbury Music Festival. I can’t wait to get set up here… A lovingly crafted, top-notch, very English open air party, tailor-made for the whole family. The Cornbury Music Festival is eccentric, charming and irresistible – a homespun melting pot where music-lovers share pies and a glass of champagne with superstars, toffs, rockers, crooners, Morris .

Buddahfield Festival 17th-21st July 2019

Invited back for the second year I am very much looking forward to this super chilled and healthy event… Buddhafield Festival is a joyful gathering of around 4,000 people, celebrating community and connection with the land. Song, dance, arts and crafts, yoga, live music, meditation, and play blend together to create a loving and life-affirming space. There will be Buddhist teaching, workshops and ritual, under sun and stars. The Festival is family-friendly and amongst .

Camp Bestival 25th-28th July 2019

Yay finally get to trade at this beauty of a festival… Welcome to the wonderful world of Camp Bestival a multi-award winning festival that combines an all-encompassing family festival experience with an action packed camping holiday. Something that we like to call a Festi-Holiday! In its first year Camp Bestival was awarded Best New Festival in 2008 at the UK Festival Awards and has since won Best Family Festival five times at the awards .

WOMAD The Worlds Festival 25th-28th July 2019

Another first time big festival for me and very excited to be a part of it this year… WOMAD stands for the ‘World of Music, Arts and Dance’. It gives its name to the internationally established festival bringing together artists from all over the globe. As well as presenting and celebrating the huge array of art forms the planet has to offer, a central aim of WOMAD’s many festivals is to promote cross-cultural awareness .