Anthropos Festival
Anthropos Festival


Arts, Music and Meditation

A new kind of festival with stunning visual art, collective diverse electronic beats and live acts. Workshops, lectures, discussions, healing area, welfare, live painting, artistic involvement, spa & sauna spaces!
Anthropos invites you to the forest and the fields, out into nature: to re-wire yourself to the source. From an ancient seed an unforgettable and unique tribal celebration is growing. Human connection, ceremonies and deep meditation. Teaching and learning.
Every culture is welcome, we're a community coming together into a nurturing environment.

Become an integral part of the festival: Create, join discussions, make art, play music and jam! Or just chill.

We all are Anthropos!

We need to remember earth and all of its inhabitants. Sustainable energy sources, lowering carbon footprint, vegan food and drink, waste reduction. Leave No Trace! More info here.

Near Baldock, UK. Out in the fields and the woods.
Getting to Anthropos: By car less than an hour from central London, smoothly up the A1! Check our car parking scheme. Catch the train from London in 40 minutes to Baldock! 3h from Bristol + Manchester and 1h40 from Heathrow Airport or Stansted if you’re flying internationally. Find others travelling from your local area by joining our lift sharing group.

Bygrave Plantation,
Ashwell Road, Newnham,
52.022188, -0.184004

Anthropos Map
Anthropos Map

13th to the 17th of June 12019. There are 5 days of programme (Thursday 13th to Monday 17th) and 3 days (Friday 14th to Sunday 16th) of music.

Child Friendly Festival
Children 15 and under go free! More info, including on how to register anyone under 18 here.

We're aiming to make the festival as accessible as possible for anyone. More info, including on how to apply for a PA/Carer ticket, here and apply to the Accessible Camping Area here.
If you have any queries, please contact the Accessibility Team on

Our Five Values
Our values are Growth, Exploration, Balance, Connection and Celebration. We believe in building a sustainable future which is inclusive and diverse. As a crew we aim to have a positive impact on not only your personal experience as a festival participant but also on the broader culture beyond that. Environmental awareness is at the heart of our festival. We want to explore new ideas and think about where we might be able to move to as humans, together. Highlighting the very best of the human experience, we believe that everyone's voice is important and brings something unique to this reality that we shape together.

The name 'Anthropos'
Anthropos means human in both ancient and modern Greek. Join us in a celebration of all of humanity throughout all time: past, present and future. We will explore the unique nature of our consciousness - our drive to create beauty through the arts and music, combined with our innate ability to gain wisdom through introspection. Together let us re-remember how to be human!

About the Logo (Hand Stencil)
The festivals logo is based on pre-historic hand stencils. Hand stencils and prints are amongst the oldest types of human art and can be found all over the world. They are a universally human symbol. See this page for more info.

Why 12019 HE (HUMAN ERA)?
We're currently in the year 12019 HE, going by the Holocene Calendar.
The Holocene Calender is a year numbering system that places its first year near the beginning of the Holocene geological epoch and the Neolithic Revolution (which adds 10,000 years to the currently dominant Gregorian calendar). It's a more inclusive system that makes our past more impressive and incorporates all humans from all cultures into our calendar.
For more context on the Holocene calendar, check out this video by the Kurzgesagt − In a Nutshell youtube channel

Frequently Asked Questions

Terms and Conditions

Line up:
Check out the programme!


Anthropos Retreat (7-12 June)
Growing, exploring and creating together