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Wellbeing & Reggae Festival

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Om & Bass Wellbeing & Reggae Festival - The most inclusive community events in the Oxfordshire calendar 26-28 July

No frills, no fuss, maximum fun, vibes, soul and feel good. The Om & Bass community builds every year, bringing wellbeing to everyone, no matter what their needs, culture, background or ability. Five dedicated spaces house 133 workshops covering yoga, dance, martial arts, meditation, sound healing, acro, relaxations, breath, kids’ activities and craft. Healing Hillside offers massage, treatments, therapies and hot tub and Eco Market has a wealth of crafts clothes and treasures. Add to this sexy vegan food, a Caribbean BBQ, a sit-down Moroccan feast, Thai food and more. Bring your own booze, or enjoy some energy boost shots at The Chakra Bar, a conscious revolution in sober partying. The Reggae Dome boasts a banging display of DJs, with Friday night comprising an all-female line-up. Enjoy the vibes. Chill with the still. Feel replenished, renewed and laughed out by the time you leave.

Free camping. Free parking. Free for kids. Free showers.

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WIN! A pair of weekend tickets to Om & Bass

We’ve teamed up with Om & Bass to offer one lucky reader a pair of weekend tickets to one of the most inclusive community events in the Oxfordshire calendar. Simply enter your details on our competition page here: OM & Bass Festival Competition

This competition closes 30 June 2019.

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