Thu 15 August 2019 | 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Camel Bar - Ein Yahav, South Israel,
Unity Tribe is back and presents Tribal Summer Music Festival – a spiritual musical gathering and Shabbat camping experience all in one!
Tier 2 tickets are on sale now – prices go up August 4!
For those who haven’t already been to one of our gatherings, get ready to experience the magic that is Unity Tribe. Prepare for a weekend filled with music, art, spirituality, meditation, connection, love, and growth.
Tickets can be purchased through the link in the event description.
GA tickets INCLUDE: Admission, camping, and free water.
Shabbat Meals INCLUDES: Friday night Dinner, and Shabbat Lunch.
There will also be food stands and bars selling a variety of food and drinks throughout the festival 😊 (except on Shabbat, during which we will have designated coupons for purchasing drinks.)
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns don’t hesitate to reach out to us by messaging the Unity Tribe page.
Event is restricted to ages 18+. Exceptions will be allowed for families bringing children.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: What is Unity Tribe? What is Tribal Summer?
A: Unity Tribe is an organization dedicated to unifying people through creative culture and spreading love and positivity. Tribal Summer, our third event, is a 3-night Jam Band and wide-spectrum DJ festival that will observe the laws of shabbat and create a spiritually inspired atmosphere of love, peace, and deep connection.
Q: Where is the festival?
A: The venue will be announced soon. Stay tuned!
Q: What are the grounds/accommodations like?
A: The festival will be tent-only camping. The venue provides a wonderful flat area for camping, as well as plenty of access to water and bathrooms. The venue also provides a few common areas for gatherings, meals, and workshops which will be running throughout the weekend.
Q: How’s the lineup looking?
A: We have tailored the music lineup for this festival to fit the musical tastes of all ages. Music earlier in the day will be more relaxed and focused primarily on live bands, and music late into the night will feature a wide variety of high energy dubstep, hip hop, psytrance and more.
Q: How can I volunteer?
A: Here’s your chance! Tribal Summer is looking for volunteers for the following positions: promoters, drivers (artists, supplies, etc), kitchen assistants, security (car entry checkers, gate entry checkers, and on site staff to guide people around), shabbat (different tasks), and clean up crew. If you think you could be of help in any of these areas, send a message to Unity Tribe and we’ll see if we can work something out.
Q: How do I get to the venue?
A: There are direct busses from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to the venue area. There are also people driving down, feel free to post in the event to look for a carpool!
Q: Is it really Shomer Shabbat?
A: While we understand everyone has different specific practices and customs they follow, we are committed to the festival maintaining a basic level of respect for the traditional Shabbat observers, which will include public prayers, communal meals, and overall spirit of shabbat. We commit to having no music from the stage over shabbat, as well as in common areas where activities over shabbat will be taking place. In addition, the people who will be working in the kitchen over shabbat will be strictly shomer shabbat and shomer kashrut, and will simply be preparing already cooked food to serve.
Q: What if I’m not so into “traditional” shabbat?
A: You’ve never found yourself a better place to spend shabbat then. For the non-traditionally minded, we will be having workshops, meditations, and song circles all throughout shabbat. If you are interested in leading a workshop or a meditation, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by sending a message to the Unity Tribe page.
Q: What should I bring?
– A Tent
– Sleeping bag/sheets and pillow
– Proper clothing (gonna be warm, folks.)
– Rain gear
– A prayer book if you would like (we will NOT be providing Siddurim, so please bring your own if you want to use one on shabbat!)
– Food & munchies (even if you are purchasing the food plan, that only gets you two Shabbat meals)
– A love for the amazing world around you, and what it has to offer your life in a deep way!
Q: What shouldn’t I bring?
A: Bad vibes and glass. Seriously, this isn’t too much to ask right?
Q: When do gates open/close?
A: We will be opening the gates for general entry at 17:00 on Thursday, August 15, with music beginning at 19:00. The gates will be closed at the start of shabbat, and there will be no more entry into the festival once shabbat begins on Friday. Everyone is expected to clear out of the festival grounds by noon on Sunday.
Q: Is vending allowed?
A: We encourage you to vend your craft at the Tribal Jam! However we require that you get in touch with us first before coming to vend at the festival. This will be strictly enforced and unauthorized public vending will not be tolerated.