Yes it’s been quiet with the news here but all of the speakers, musicians, and entertainers have now been confirmed for AnderidaFest 2018 and tickets will go on sale here in the next week or so!
Advance booking for AnderidaFest 2016 is now closed.
There are still a few tickets available on the day at £25. Only a few days to go and with such great speakers, stalls, and entertainment, you’re going to have a great day!
Tickets for the Anderida Gorsedd Autumn camp will go on sale at 8pm on Thursday 16th July. Just drop by then and the link will be on the front page of this website.
But don’t worry! There are still tickets available on the day for £25. It’s going to be a great day!
After we sadly had to cancel the AG Spring camp, we have held over those who booked to give them first option on the Autumn camps tickets. We’ll soon be e-mailing everyone who booked for the Spring camp with the link to buy tickets for Autumn. Once this has been done the balance will go on general sale.
Mark your diaries folks! AnderidaFest will be back at the Southwick Community Centre on Saturday the 31st January 2015.
More news as speakers are booked!
Well that’s it folks, our Spring camp has sold out.
Tickets went on sale at 8pm last night as announced on the Facebooks group, Twitter, and through the Message Board email list, and sold out in just over 35 minutes. So if you wanted to come, I hope you got your ticket in time! If you didn’t, you can write to us using the contact form and be placed on a cancellation list.
Thanks everyone, and here’s to a great camp!
In July 2009 we held our first ‘AnderidaFest’ at the wonderful Southwick Community Centre. We followed that up with another equally successful conference in 2010.
In 2011 we moved AnderidaFest to our camp field and over 150 people came along to celebrate a themed event of The Goddess and the Green Man.
After AnderidaFest 2011 we had two years off and AnderidaFest slipped into the Cauldron of Changes as we planned a rebirth in 2014.
Anderida camps are at the very far ends of Britian’s campability (not a real word, but you probably know what I mean), being in early May, and late September. So to fit in that that we chose to move AnderidaFest from July, to Imbolc. After the parties of Yule and New Year we felt that people would be ready to meet up again, and kick off the festivities of the year.
It was a risk. Snow, and other adverse weather at that time of year can cause issues. But people came, and it was a resounding success.
So, at least for a further two years we will aim to hold AnderidaFest around Imbolc. To kick off the early Spring with talks, music, and celebration.