Meadows In The Mountains | A jaw-dropping setting that is unmatched anywhere on the planet.

6th, 7th, 8th & 9th June 2019

Rhodopes Mountains, Bulgaria

Our mountain is like no other festival in the world.

‘Where the land touches the sky and the sun cuddles nature’

The monastery bell chimes to the 8th chapter of Meadows In The Mountains

A setting like no other

Enjoy our diverse musical offering split across four stages each with their own distinct feel, It’s easy to catch something new on the main stage before getting lost in The Woods or praise the bass down on the temple stage before experiencing The Sunrise while situated way above the clouds.


Our wellbeing area right at the centre of the festival is equally abundant in its offerings.  A diverse schedule, including several yoga classes each day with workshops on inspirational themes of all kinds such as plant-based medicine, tarot, and Ayurveda. Evenings’ provide the opportunity to explore soulful celebrations, with chanting, a cacao ceremony and a selection of talented musicians. Lovers of all things well-being could very happily spend the entire four days in this area alone.

Community is the heart

We’re all guests in the village of Polkovnik, whose residents make us feel very welcome, each year we’re blessed by the village choir of local ‘babas’ dressed in full traditional attire, alongside Kukeri dancers.

a sanctuary to call home

Whether you choose to stay with a local villager or wake up bedded within the forest we aim to make your stay with us one you’ll never forget.


How can I buy a ticket?

You can purchase a ticket through our ticket page here.

Can I get a refund or resell my ticket?

Sorry no refunds but you can re-sell you ticket or gift to a friend. To change the name on your order please email

I’m 17 now, but my 18th birthday is before the festival. Can I buy a ticket?

Yes as long as you are 18 at the time of the festival

Festival Site & Travel

What is the Closest airport?

The closest is Plovdiv, however as flights to Plovdiv are few and far between, Sofia is the main airport of use.

When does the campsite open?

Our campsite opens 10am on the 6th of June.

When can I check-in?

Check-in starts on the 6th of June at 10am.

How do we book accommodation?

Different accommodation options can be booked on our site here. We advise to book quick as some options are snapped up quickly.

What is the best way to travel from the airport to the festival site?

Using our shuttle bus service, available to book here.

Do all tickets include camping?

No im afraid not if you are binging your own tent please book a spot through the above accommodation link here.

Can I just pay for camping when I arrive?

Unfortunately not please pay for everything in advance through the links on this website.

Can I bring a Camper Van into the campsite?

No there is a separate area for camper vans please register through the links on this webpage.

Can I bring my children?

Sorry no not yet, but we are hoping in the not too distant future to be able to offer this service.

Can I bring my pet?

Due to the nature of our surroundings, the local’s livestock is allowed to roam freely around the village. Previously we have had issues with dogs chasing local livestock so we have adopted a NO PET POLICY.

Can I charge my mobile at the festival?

Yes – please bring your charger and adapter to the info tent.

Can I bring in my own alcohol?

You can in camping areas, but you won’t be able to bring alcohol into the main festival site, there are plenty of bars on site.

How far is the festival from the campsite/hostel?

It is located in the village so no more than 25 mins walk.

Can I bring food into the festival?

No there are an array of food options we provide from vegetarian to a large BBQ.

Can I buy or hire a tent when I arrive or do I need to book it in advance?

Please book in advance through click here.

Is there any secure storage on the campsite for my camera/money/passport?

Not yet, valuables are brought at your own risk.

Are there shower facilities at the camp site?

Yes, we have showers heated by compost with water taken from our well.

Is there drinking Water access at the camp site?

Yes, please bring a reusable waterbottle.

Are there Electricity Facilities at the camp site?


Do you have Washroom Facilities at the camp site?


Do you have the entire event map?

The Map changes year to year as we add to the site -we will email a map to you in a newsletter closer to the festival date.

Do you have the entire event map?

The Map changes year to year as we add to the site -we will email a map to you in a newsletter closer to the festival date.


What currency do you accept at the festival?

We will only accept Lev.

Are there ATMs on the site?

Not right now, but we are looking into options and will confirm as soon as possible.
The closest cash point is down in the village.

How much is Food and Drink at the festival?

Food is 5-10 LEV. Drinks are 3-10 LEV.

Taking Part

How can I get involved in the festival / Volunteering at the festival?

Please send us an email with previous experience if you have any, no worries if you don’t we’d still love to hear from you.

I am a trader / caterer – how do I apply to trade at the festival?

Please send us an email with as much information as possible.

How do I go about getting press accreditation?

Please email us.


Is there disability Access?

We are located on top of a mountain so disabled access is very limited.

Is there Car parking?

Yes, if you are bringing a vehicle the car park is located just over 3km from the village, in an abandoned hotel.  You must book your space online in advance.  There are no cars allowed in village centre, so please park up before coming to Village HQ to check in. There will be a shuttle bus running 24hrs a day to and from the car park. Please be aware if you have a live-in vehicle there are no facilities.

Can I get a taxi easily?

The festival village is 30 mins from the nearest town and taxi’s are not readily available. Most of your required items can be purchased at the village shop or on site. Also to try and reduce our carbon foot print we are encouraging people to be more organised and not leave the village. Once you have arrived the scenery, music and community is so good why would you want to leave especially when you only have 3-5 days here.

I can’t find the answer to my question-where can I get more information?

Please email

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