Practical Information

All you need to know for the Festival

Covid-19 Update

Note we postponed from June to September. We are certainly aware of the COVID restrictions and like you have no idea how this will unfold. Prayers that we may have our festival this fall. If necessary we will push it off until 2021, but for now 5 months away is still possible, so we will hold point for that possibility and revisit in the summer or as soon as things are more clear.

When and Where:

The East Coast Tantra Festival is open for normal entry from 11am on Wednesday September 9th until 4pm on the Sunday 13th September 2020. The festival will officialy begin with a Special Opening Ceremony at 5.30pm on the 9th. It is also possible to arrive a day early from 4pm on the 9th to allow extra time to settle in – pre-festival workshops and events will be offered during this time.

The festival is held at the Camp Timber Trails in Western Mass – 1266 E Otis Rd, Tolland, MA 01034.

These are the Earlybird prices that are 10% discounted until May 1.

Early Entry Camping Ticket is $554 per person – arrive early on the 8th from 4pm – fully inclusive of food from Dinner on the 9th.

Early Entry Dormitory Ticket is $599 per person – arrive early on the 8th from 4pm – fully inclusive of food from Dinner on the 9th.

Camping Ticket is $499 per person – fully inclusive of food from Dinner on the 9th.

Dormitory Ticket is $543 per person – fully inclusive of food from Dinner on the 9th.

 

There will be pre-festival workshops and events during the early entry time, RVs are welcome for camping tickects but there are no hookups available.

Organic Food

Eating together is part of the festival, tickets are fully inclusive of 3 meals a day, from when your ticket starts until Lunch on the 3rd. All our meals are Organic and Vegetarian and prepared with love – if you have any special dietary requirements please let us know in the additional information on the booking form.

Note: please make sure that you arrive in plenty of time to set up your tent and register so you are there in time. We understand if some people need to arrive on the Friday due to work commitments, however we really encourage as many people as can make it from the beginning of the festival – this is unlike music festivals, we are taking you on a personal journey where you are encouraged to meet and connect with others and this will happen easier and deeper if you can be there from the start.

The festival finishes with a closing ceremony at 2.30pm on Sunday the 13th September and participants must leave the festival grounds after this at 5pm.