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Event now relocated to the Synergy Centre in Camberwell

Europe's biggest eco festival, The Big Green Gathering is in crisis and The Big Green Ball has landed for a fantastic festive fundraiser to ensure the future of Britains most inspirational festival.

The array of artists already confirmed at the Big Green Ball include folk sensation Martha Tilston, conscious hip hop extraordinaire MC Excentral Tempest, South London's finest dub artist The Rub and reggae-funksters Planetman and the Internationalz with many more bands and DJ's still to be confirmed.

Bands, DJs, cinema, fairies, face painting, fancy dress, dancing and jugglers is just some of the entertainment planned for the Big Green Ball, an indoor winter festival extravaganza!

The Big Green Gathering festival blossomed from the Green Fields at Glastonbury 25 years ago - forming the heart and soul of the world's most revolutionary festival.

For over a decade The Big Green Gathering has been at the forefront of ethical partying and attracts 20,000 revellers each year to its annual festival in Somerset.

As the main player in Europe, BGG celebrates sustainable living and partying whilst leaving no damage to the surroundings and powering its whole event with sustainable energy. The Big Green Gathering is also host to Europes biggest solar powered stage!

With a family festival ethos, the BGG is a colourful fiesta with an open mind for creativity, change and full on fun. It provides a platform for artists, musicians and activists to showcase prolific talent, initiatives and performance in a five-day annual extravaganza.

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  • 8pm-4am
  • £12

Octavia House
235-241 Union Street, London, SE1 0LR
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