book now: daisy chain festival

There’s a beautifully curated online festival happening in November, bringing spoken word, music, breathwork, yoga and more to the comfort of your living room floor. I’m a poet and I didn’t even know it.

Daisy Chain Festival is the creative love child of two friends, Brighton based Natasa and Cornwall resident Ivana, curated to bring connection whilst raising awareness and funds for the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen, with 100% of the funds raised going to UK charity Mercy Relief.

A first from the duo, Daisy Chain is an online music, arts and wellness festival and they’ve got a beautiful line up confirmed for the two day event taking place online on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th November.

Saturday’s opening ceremony will be hosted by ‘We Are Formless’, the creators of a community space for soul expression, exploration and support. Rooted in love and connection, they will be setting the scene for the inspiring line up of creatives the festival will be welcoming over the two days. In the afternoon there will be workshops and storytelling, as guests share their unique stories of craftsmanship, alternative living, activism and working with non-profit organisations within communities directly affect by war.

Along side the stories, there will be an incredible wellness and arts line up, with all the musicians, singers, teachers and speakers generously volunteering their time and talents to support the cause. From embodiment practices to get guests moving in flow, to breathwork that focuses on compassion, and beautiful spoken word to music from harpist Esme, who writes original songs for the harp. Check out their full line-up and donate for your tickets here.

If you can’t make it that weekend, then you can still support the cause by getting your hands on a beautiful limited edition poster created by Louise Gardner of Slowly Slowly Studio, the artist and designer behind the Daisy Chain logo. Isn’t it cute?

All tickets are donation based and you can get yourself individual tickets for a donation as little as £5 or £20 per day. And the best thing is, if it’s raining, you won’t even get wet.

Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th November; tickets by donation £5 each/ £20 per day
The festival will take place online via zoom