FIRE IN THE MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL

 
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Cwmnewidion Isaf, Abermagwr Nr Aberystwyth SY23 4LL

Noon, Thursday 29th May until noon Monday 2nd June

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Campsite open to public noon Thursday 29th May until noon Monday 2nd June.
Cwmnewidion Isaf, Cnwch Coch, Aberystwyth, SY23 4LL

This is a ticket only event. Due to high demand and limited space, we will not be selling tickets "on the door" at festival. Please ensure you have purchased your ticket in advance before you make the journey.

Day tickets can be purchased in advance from Y Farmers, Llanfihangel y Creuddyn, and at Andy's Records, Aberystwyth (01970 624 581). They are also available to purchase on the day at our festival box office. We have reserved 100 per day, so arrive by 1pm to guarantee entry (and opportunity to watch all the great bands!)
Introduction to Fire in the Mountain

Fire in the Mountain regroups for our fourth Year at Cwmnewidion Isaf, where Red kites soar above lush green ravines, with oak grove and wild meadow below. Located between the fringe of the magnificent Cambrian mountains and the beautiful coast of Cardigan bay, where hare and horse graze, natures spirits ebbing and flowing.

Join us in bringing this ancient kingdom alive once again in another magical gathering of hearts, minds, and music.

We invite you to the Fire in the Mountain, International Folk Festival of Cnwch Coch at Cwmnewidion Isaf.

A coming together of hearts, minds and collectives from across the country. We present bands and musicians from the USA, Canada, Scotland, Ireland, England and of course Wales.

Bands, Bands, Bands, this bit is all about Bands.....


We are listening daily to the scores of demos we now receive, and embarking on the delicate operation of selecting who will perform at Fire in the Mountain 2014.

Attractions and Happenings.

Wood Fired Cob Ovens, providing fresh pizzas and fresh bread.
Communal Central Kitchen; all day food and large communal banquets every evening.
Healing Area, Sauna, cold river plunge pool and bathing, and contemporary therapies
Local Ales and Ciders from our Barn Bar
Tons of Workshops in the workshop tent: singing, flat foot, dance, etc
Kids Activities: Face painting, treasure hunts, circus skills in our Family Tent
Jam Sessions galore!
Camp Fire Sing Songs.
Acoustic Marquee with hot drinks and chai + open stage for bands and jams


Welsh Culture Day

Sunday 1st June will focus on Welsh Culture, Music, Art and Food. If you have something relevant to offer, please get in touch.

Workshops

Our FREE programme of workshops take place in a beautiful 20 foot round yurt in the Dell. Workshops are hosted and organised by The Trad Academy, and feature Music workshops on a host of different instruments, Dance, Song, Slow Jammin' sessions, Yoga, amongst many others. Many of the workshop leaders are musicians performing at the festival. See www.tradacademy.co.uk

Volunteers Get Involved!

Fire in the Mountain is a registered Not For Profit organisation, run by a collective of volunteers. Our aims are to create a sustainable annual festival event, to raise money for and finance repairs to the glorious Farm, Cwmnewidion Isaf. Volunteers have food and drink supplied during their work days.

We are seeking volunteers to get involved and join one of our many teams: Production, Site, Catering, Bar Tending, Stewarding, Decor, etc. Some roles involve work at the event, and some work before and after (but not during). If you would like to get involved, or indeed, have any particular skills to offer, please email volunteer@fireinthemountain.co.uk

Food & Drink

There will be plenty. We are providing the best in locally sourced food at the festival. There will be a campsite kitchen in the main field serving food non-stop from Breakfast to dinner. Join us in the central Kitchen for communal feasts and then late night pie and mash shop. There will be fresh pizza, bread and pastries available from our newly built traditional cob ovens around the clock. All food is reasonably priced and ethically sourced, with minimal packaging. We implore you to eat food served on site to help cut down on food brought on site, waste and food miles.
Our Bars are stocked with the finest of local ales and cider - and the selection improves every year as we seek out the best brews. Cider comes custom brewed from http://www.welshmountaincider.com/. We are also stocking a selection of homemade Ginger Beer, Elderflower Fizz and Mead.

Dogs

We welcome our furry friends but dogs must be kept on a lead and under control at all times. Poop must be scooped straight away and disposed of responsibly in the area provided. There are lots of animals, children and other dogs at the festival and we want everyone to feel safe. There are plenty of great walking areas bordering the site. Please be aware that you will be asked to leave the festival if you don't comply with this and we don't really want to have to do that. Lastly, due to the presence of livestock in adjoining fields, we recommend you remain vigilant at all times, as farmers do not take kindly to distress to their livestock.

Disabled Access

Please let us know if you have any special requirements and we'll be glad to help out. Most of the main site is on flat ground with some uneven surfaces which are slippy when muddy. We try our best to improve the ground under these circumstances. The courtyard by the main stage is quite stoney but wheelchair accessible. The Dingly Dell, Healing Area and Workshop Tent are down a sloped track which is best avoided when muddy. Stewards will be patrolling regularly and can provide information and assistance. We provide accessible washing and toilet facilities.

Camping

There are two camping areas: Quiet and Family camping in the main paddock, near to car park, and Adventure Camping (short walk from main gate). The camping field opens to the public at noon on Thursday 30th May, and closes to the public on Monday 3rd June at noon. Access to the main courtyard site is from Friday 5pm until noon on Monday 3rd June.

Hire A Tent!

Traditional Canvas Bell Tents available for hire (4 person). Bell tents will be pitched ready for your arrival in one of the sites beautiful meadows on the banks of a stream, with ample shade and access to facilities. Your tent will have a fully fitted ground sheet with additional rugs and matting. No bedding or mattresses included. A wood burning stove will be fitted in each tent along with kettle and tea making supplies as well as enough fuel for your stay. The tents are available from 12noon Thursday 29th May to 12noon Monday 2nd June.

Hire fee is being determined. For further information and booking email info@fireinthemountain.co.uk

If campers who are hiring one of our tents would like to hire for an additional period immediately after the festival then please email in for further details.

Children

Twelve and under pay reduced ticket price entry to the festival. 13 and over pay full adult price. There are plenty of activities arranged for children and adults can join in too. Please note, there is no creche facility.

Preparedness

This is not a pop up tent and can of Carling festival: the farm is in remote mid-Wales, in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains. We recommend you bring a good quality waterproof tent, something warm to sleep on and in, sturdy boots with ankle support, waterproof bottoms and tops, a torch, sun cream, your swimwear, and an instrument.

Travel and Parking
Cheap Coaches will run from London. Coach Leaves London Kings Cross 10am Friday 30th May, from York Way Coach Bays next to Kings Cross St Pancras Station. The Coach will have a sign in the window saying Fire in the Mountain, and is operated by Mid Wales Travel

Coach leave Fire in the Mountain 10am Monday 2nd June, arriving back in London around 3pm. Tickets on sale now!

Due to space limitations on site, it will cost 10 per car to park, and 40 per Camper Van/Caravan. We really want to encourage more efficient transport, and we are subsidised coaches from London and Liverpool and anywhere else where there is enough demand. We want to encourage people to car share and take alternative public transport. Car Share via FaceBook page.
Please email tickets@fireinthemounain.co.uk to reserve your campervan ticket - space is limited and we need to keep tabs on live in vehicles coming.

Shuttles will leave every couple of hours from and to Aberystwyth Train station and cost 2 per journey.
EARLY BIRD WEEKEND TICKET
£80.00 + £4.80 Booking fee = £84.80
NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
WEEKEND TICKET
£95.00 + £4.75 Booking fee = £99.75
CHILD (0-12) WEEKEND TICKET
£15.00 + £1.50 Booking fee = £16.50
FRIDAY DAY TICKET
£20.00 + £2.00 Booking fee = £22.00
SATURDAY DAY TICKET
£25.00 + £2.50 Booking fee = £27.50
SUNDAY DAY TICKET
£25.00 + £2.50 Booking fee = £27.50
CAR PARKING SPACE
£10.00 + £0.50 Booking fee = £10.50
CAMPER VAN
£40.00 + £1.60 Booking fee = £41.60
ONE WAY COACH FROM LONDON

 

Coach Leaves London Kings Cross 10am Friday 30th May, from York Way Coach Bays next to Kings Cross St Pancras Station. The Coach will have a sign in the window saying Fire in the Mountain, and is operated by Mid Wales Travel.

Coach leaves Fire in the Mountain 10am Monday 2nd June, arriving back in London around 3pm

 

£25.00 + £1.25 Booking fee = £26.25
COACH TICKET RETURN TO LONDON

 

Coach Leaves London Kings Cross 10am Friday 30th May, from York Way Coach Bays next to Kings Cross St Pancras Station. The Coach will have a sign in the window saying Fire in the Mountain, and is operated by Mid Wales Travel

Coach leaves Fire in the Mountain 10am Monday 2nd June, arriving back in London around 3pm

£40.00 + £1.60 Booking fee = £41.60