With COVID-19 restrictions lifting on 19th July, Creation Fest Big Weekend is excited to officially be one of the first summer UK festivals moving forward post-lockdown!
From 30th July to 1st August, Creation Fest Big Weekend will gather over a dozen international musicians on a large-scale outdoor stage set amid a wider variety of other activities that include seminars hosted by dynamic speakers, fitness zones, food vendors, exhibitions, and fun activities especially catered to youth and families. Located at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre in Wadebridge, England, the festival invites people from all stages and walks of life to experience a fun, interactive, and safe place to be energised and rejuvenated by music, seminars, and activities that centre on the theme “Hope is Here.”
Creation Fest Big Weekend is FREE for all to attend and will be available in three formats:
• In-person in Cornwall: The 3-day festival will have a grassroots vibe with picnic blankets and chairs encouraged for outdoor concerts. In addition to activities, food, and seminars, camping is also available for those who want to stay overnight or make a holiday out of being close to the beautiful Cornwall coast!
• In Church Hubs: New this year, Creation Fest will expand its borders by partnering with churches across the UK to provide community hubs that will stream festival content for free. This is ideal for those unable to make it to Cornwall or who are not yet able to participate in large-scale gatherings.
• Anywhere: The festival will also be freely streamed online and on social media so that anyone in the world can experience Creation Fest no matter where they are.
The stellar lineup of musicians includes Jake Isaac, Tim Hughes, Steph MacLeod, Lucy Grimble, Wildwood Kin and more. Speakers who will share the message of hope through life stories and thought-provoking talks include Rick Warren, Christine Caine, Jon Tyson, Gavin and Anne Calver, Brian Brodersen, Rachel Hughes, Mark Sayers, Sarah Yardley, Carl Beech, and Amy-Orr Ewing just to name a few.