After finalising a decade of the Regrowth Festival in 2015, we are committed to bringing about the next phase of the festival with the restoration of a new revegetation project.
In order to adequately prepare for this new chapter, coupled with the timing of the impending birth of new family amongst the festival directors, we will be taking an extra year in preparation for the next festival which will now be brought to you in 2017. We have made this carefully contemplated decision for the benefit of the core crew and the festival to plant the seeds for 2017 at a new project on a new site.
So as we plan for this extra year of growth we also note that we are planning on moving to the new date of the 13th-16th of Jan 2017. This new school holidays date will allow for more of our smaller kin to join us and their respective parents.
Whilst we are sad to not be bringing you all together in 2016 to positively celebrate and restore, this extra time also allows us to continue to move forward in all facets of sustainability, art, music, sound, performance and education and bring you something extra special in 2017.
We are also saddened to be leaving the beautiful lands of Berlang Forest which has been our home for the last 5 years. During this time we have played a valuable role in restoring this property through planting 13,500 trees and would like to give our heartfelt thanks to the property owner Martin Royds as well as to everyone who has contributed.
For the next 12 months we will be continuing to bring you events in the build up to Regrowth 2017, including a host of exciting international acts in early 2016. Stay tuned for more info.
Massive Love from RE-GEN
As a registered not for profit organisation, RE-GEN exists thanks to the many hours volunteered by a core team of dedicated individuals and the many special people that contribute time and money to each event. If you would like to support our organisation and play a part in the production of future projects, please get in touch via our contact form.