Oh baba, baba, how were we supposed to know?
What our far-out underground music celebration would morph into…
Meadows in the Mountains is an annual transformational festival that platforms the arts, delivering peak experiences to both the nearby community and our family from afar, including every single one in the creation of a more future-proof, regenerative culture.
Meadows in the Mountains is the actualization of a dream that plenty of UK festivals have been trying to emulate for the past 25 years, because it is genuine, rather than trying so hard to give the illusion of genuineness. Rather than redefining the idea of a festival, Meadows is a reminder of what a real festival is.
First and foremost, Meadows want to create an underground music festival in eye-scorching beautiful and intimate surroundings, for a crowd seriously accomplished in partying. The Meadows formula is simple. No gimmick. Just sublime views, consistently on-point tunes, and lots of space to enjoy them in.
Set in the lush environment of the Rhodope Mountains, mornings are blessed each day with the mist that glides over the landscape. The discerning line-up will pique the interest of anyone with an eye on the underground scene.
“You understand the meaning of magic when your soul transcends into a place of pure majestic energy. Meadows have taken a human need to feel connected and turned it into a tangible experience. The abundance of beautiful people who connect through this festival is what solidify's the magic, you feel love from everywhere you are. Meadows you have rejuvenated my soul and given me time to say goodbye to a dear friend I lost last year, who recommended I come this year and wow, what a gift that truly was.”Popli Krishan Adam
“I've been part of the festival organising scene for over thirty years, and this tops anything i ever attended.....Lovely people, perfect location, and loved-up deep and sexy house and world musical bliss...Thank you all so much, guys!”Jameson Barnes
“There needs to be a new word created to describe this 'festival' forget the mainstream, large commercial festivals everyone is used to. This is an experience that you will tell your grandchildren about, sadly you won't have many selfies to show them as you will be too engrossed in life to even care about likes or tweets. A place to escape reality and be absorbed within a community of people indulging their animalistic desires and creating memories that will never be forgotten!”Scott MacEachen