FON Festival 2020

Sarah Kenchinton at Full of Noises 2019

  FON Festival 2020

Sarah Kenchinton at Full of Noises 2019

FON Festival 2020

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Join Full of Noises, Cumbria Wildlife Trust and invited artists at South Walney Nature Reserve for Soundcamp , an overnight event in celebration of International Dawn Chorus Day.

The Cumbria Soundcamp is part of a network of UK and international sites taking part in the Reveil radio broadcast, which circles the earth at sunrise on a network of live audio streams. Each soundcamp is a chance to explore a place of acoustic and ecological interest through workshops, performances, presentations and an overnight camp.

The day will include a guided listening walk and artist lead activities, followed by streaming the dawn chorus from Walney to a 24 hour broadcast of the sounds of daybreak, relayed live by audio streamers around the globe.

Guest artists will be announced in early March. Sarah Dalrymple of Cumbria Wildlife Trust will also lead a guided walk of the site, a shingle island reserve that is home to a wide range of birds and wildlife including the only grey seal colony in Cumbria.

Places are limited to 8 - please book a ticket early to ensure a place.

Read more about Reveil and the Soundcamp project at: www.soundtent.org

* Please note that this is an overnight event and you will need to provide your own camping equipment and a contribution to a shared meal.
- Sturdy shoes or wellingtons and cold / wet weather gear are also recommended.
- A minibus to the reserve will be provided from Barrow-in-Furness rail station for attendees that wish to use public transport.
- Please note that no dogs are allowed on site except for assistance dogs

Read more about Reveil and the Soundcamp project at: www.soundtent.org

Places are limited – please book a ticket in advance to ensure a place.

Tickets can be booked at Eventbrite:

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Soundcamp 2020 is an Acoustic Commons project, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

Co-funded by the Creative European Union
Arts Council