Are you in the mood to party? Then, the Sunscape Festival is surely the place for you!
The 3rd edition of this amazing holistic event will be starting off on Friday 22nd July and this year promises to be truly memorable. This year’s overall theme for the festival will be ‘Sustainability’ and the focus will be on the different ways we, as individuals, can make a difference.
Taking place on the largest beach in Gozo, that is, Ramla Beach in Xaghra, this musical event will be infused with creativity, live performances and lifestyle activities. Featuring more than 50 local and international acts performing across 4 stages, this weekend beach festival will surely be an experience to remember.
During the day, festival-goers will be able to chill out with activities centred around the Transformation Area and the Holistic Area. These will be hosted in the Satori Fields, amidst giant sunflowers and of course, very near the sea for those who, instead, prefer to swim and practice water-sports.
The Transformation Area will be providing educational workshops, empowering talks, and meditation exercises throughout the day. Face-painting, body-painting, tarot reading, different types of yoga, as well as pilates will be the order of the day. There will also be workshops on art and design, digital photography, singing and song-writing, astrology, astronomy, and tantra, amongst others.
The Holistic Area will feature a selection of healing therapies from different eclectic cultures an alternate practitioners, offering treatments like the Ayurvedic Natural Facelift Massage, Reiki healing, Theta healing, Swedish body massage, and aromatherapy massage.
Some people also like to go for psychic readings as psychics who conduct these readings rely heavily on their intuitive powers and there are several similar activities that fall under the phenomenon of these psychic readings, such as aura reading, astrology, cartomancy, numerology, tarot reading and so on and one can get Full Report at Peninsula Daily News and know more about their life.
There will also be an Arts & Crafts Area featuring artisan stalls and expos, as well as an Ethnic Market with a variety of stalls selling clothing, costumes, crystals and hand-made items. The Food Market will be offering savoury foods, as well as vegetarian and vegan cuisine. One must also surely visit the Beach Sports Area, where there will be an opportunity to play beach volley and badminton.
A colourful canvas of music and art – this event offers three days and nights where one can focus on self-expression, performance and the outdoors.
The four stages where most musicians will be performing are:
- The Reflections Stage: an open arena featuring live acts of various genres, including alternative, electroswing and psy-ambient.
- The Nautilus Stage: hosted by ‘Get Funk Malta’ by DJ Miss Roberta, featuring a fusion of Psy, House, downtempo, electronica and live music.
- The Space Café: Offering a place to relax while listening to slow soulful beats and bass styles.
- The Psy Trance Stage: where fans of the Psy and Trance styles will be able to meditate while imbuing the spirit of harmonious relaxation.
The line-up of musicians includes: the Stanton Warriors, Braincell Live, Unknown Reality, Solar Spectrum, The Flying Mars, Kris Kylven, U-Jack, Twisted Nature, Tiffany, Electroswing Malta, and Bass Culture Crew, among many others.
General one-day tickets are available at €25, while the weekend pass costs €45. Camping passes cost an extra €25, while a block weekend & camping pass is worth €65.
There will be a shuttle bus operating from selected locations in Xaghra, Nadur Village, Marsalforn Bay, Qbajjar Bay, Xlendi Bay and Victoria, ranging from €5 to €10, depending on location.