Fire in the Mountain III
Friday 31st May – 2nd June 2013
Tickets £80 Paypal Tickets from www.twoforjoy.co.uk or http://www.wegottickets.com/f/5946
Fire in the Mountain regroups for our Third Year at Cwmnewidion Isaf, where Red kites soar above lush green
ravines, with oak grove and wild meadow below. Located between the fringe of the magnificent Cambrian
mountains and the beautiful coast of Cardigan bay, where hare and horse graze, natures spirits ebbing and
A coming together of hearts, minds and collectives from across the country. We present bands and musicians
from the USA, Canada, Scotland, Ireland, England and of course Wales.
The Line Up
A&E Old Time Stringband, Ali Anwar, Allan Yn Y Fan, Andy Hickie, BARD, Barker Band, Bruce Molsky,
Bonnie Pilgrim, Cakes and Ale, Christine Cooper, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog, Cut A Shine, Dolly May, Dan
Korn, Dave Owen, Ed Hicks, Finikity Chaos, Fitty Gomash, Flamin' Mamies, Flutatious, Harlequin Dynamite,
Heal The Last Stand, Hittites, Jimmy Lions, John Langan Band, John Lawrence, JS Mabon, Kidnap Alice,
Meilir, Manieres Des Bohimiens, Medicine Creek, Old Dance School, Orchard Twnpath (Corelw), Quercus
Burlesque, Ramshackle Union Band, Richard James, Rosie Slieghtholme, Santa Mozarella, Sidney Baileys No
Good Punchin' Clowns, Sheelanagig, Stompin' Dave and his Bluegrass Band, The Gentle Good, The Harrison
Brothers, The Loose Moose Stringband, The Turbans, Tir Eolas, Vera van Heeringen Trio, Wara, White Blacula.
DJs: Rifiki (Shambala Festival), Joey Fingers (Funk and Soul), Jack Freedman (Tented Disco)
Our Music Partners: A Gathering of Folk, Owlsworld, Cornish Underground and Mountain Music.
Non-Music Related Activities and Events
Sunday Afternoon Crafts Market, Kids and Family Activities Tent, Healing Area with Masseuses and other
practitioners, Sauna and Hot Showers, Real Ales and Mountain Cider, Locally Sourced Fine Food, Mari Lwyd
Procession, Workshops in Music and Dance, Free Shop, Happy Hour Mountain Cocktails, Chai Stall, Moringo
Get involved! email@example.com
Fire in the Mountain is a 1000 capacity small festival on a beautiful farm in Mid Wales. The festival raises funds
for the renovation of this beautiful farm into an outdoor pursuits venue.
History of the Festival
Now in it's third year, the festival, Fire in the Mountain, was conceived by the farm-owners and their friends as a
means of regenerating the farm and finding new uses for the ancient stone outbuildings and beautiful oak forest.
Through a series of “working weeks” utilising volunteers from across Wales and the Country, the run down farm
was transformed. To generate the funds necessary for the initial refurbishments and to generate interest from
volunteers, we decided to stage a small event.
The festival is run and managed by a dedicated team of volunteers from artistic communities based in London,
Liverpool and Wales.
will feature performances from a host of local bands; Jamie Smith's Mabon, Allan Yn Y Fan, The Gentle Good, a
Mari Lwyd procession, local crafts market, and a Welsh Food feast.
Cwmnewidion Isaf houses 10 locally owned horses and a small pig farm throughout the year. It is the intention
of the farm owners to, over the coming years, renovate and refurbish the farm buildings, with a view to installing
a bunk house, kitchen unit, showers, and water mains into the camping field, to encourage camping weekends for
schools, charities and for commercial uses.