The Greenpeace Field is back in the Green Fields for 2019 and invites you to celebrate the wonders and joys of nature, in all its diversity – how it fuels our existence and how we impact it.
This year Greenpeace are thrilled to announce BEAM – an awe-inspiring collaboration with Nottingham artist Wolfgang Buttress, famed for his Hive sculpture in Kew Gardens – designed to highlight the plight of the bees. Inspired by the existential challenges facing the pollinators, BEAM is a multi-sensory, immersive sculptural experience.
Also on the field this year will be the return of the Giant Rave Tree, a 22m high interactive tree housing a DJ booth (hosting Simian Mobile Disco amongst others); an amazing new bar in a beautifully designed space for you in which to chill out and escape the festival madness; a stage for some top-notch performances; the essential eco-friendly hot showers where last year over 7,000 people scrubbed-up nicely; our skate ramp hosting a bad-ass female skate team; and if that’s not enough, there’s also a massive drop-slide for all the adrenalin junkies on site!
Another big highlight this year is The Greenpeace Café – a delicious plant-based restaurant that wears its eco-credentials with pride. The Café will demonstrate that we still have an option to enjoy amazing food without harming the environment.
Check out the field’s line-up poster below and click here for more info on their Area page.