Tribal Gathering

Tribal Gathering 19 Feb '16, 10:00
Party flyer: Tribal Gathering 19 Feb '16, 10:00
Line Up
GAUDI ftg Danny Ladwa (UK)
Sebastian Mullaert (aka Minilogue) (SWE)
Youth (UK)
James Monro (UK)
Perfect Stranger (ISR)
Gus Till (UK/AUS)
Gabriel le Mar (Saafi Brothers) (DE)
Total Eclipse (FR)
Gaudium (SWE)
Birds of Paradise (USA)
Klopfgeister (DE)
Gaspard (CH)
Mixmaster Morris (UK)
Bumbling Loons (UK)
Yuli Fershtat (ISR)
Slinky Wizard (UK/AUS)
Madmaxx (FR/USA)
Tron (MX)
Master Margherita (CH)
Hedflux (UK)
Cubixx (DE)
DJ Shahar (ISR)

Aaron Fractaltribe (USA)
Acid Black (PRK)
Alexander (USA)
Alex Tolstey (ES)
Alien Visitors (IT/MK)
Anya (IT/USA)
Aran-Project (IT)
Avery Runner (USA)
AumLab (USA)
Aureohm (CR)
Beardy Weardy (UK)
Brian Sentient (USA)
Caballero (MX)
Charlie Harpoon (UK)
Chevy (PL/ASIA)
Crystal Monkey (CH)
Copyright Criminal (UK)
CrookedMind (CR)
Dan Covan (USA)
Dan Gilbert (UK)
Dela Moontribe (USA)
Digo (GTM)
DM Tree (UK)
Duologic (IT)
Dymons (CH)
Ecliptic (MX)
Ekanta (BR)
Ekoplex (CA)
Erothyme (USA)
Fathoms (CA)
Gibson (USA)
Globular (UK)
Impulse Response (PA)
Ipcress (UK)
Jossie Telch (MX)
Kals (MX)
Kodra (MK)
Kri Samadhi (USA)
Kukan Dub Lagan (ES)
Liftshift (NL)
Lawrence Straw (PA)
Living Light (USA)
Loke (USA)
Luis Campos (USA)
Lunar Sound (MX)
Marcodelix (CR)
Marta DLM (ES/BR)
Massern (CR)
Matt Carey (USA)
Mind Pulse (PA)
Mr. Smith (UK)
Nanoplex (UK)
Natural Street Freak (UK)
Ozzidelic (PA)
Paradigm (USA)
Pepe Wash (MX)
Pulum (PA)
R2 (CR)
Rikam (CA)
Raijin Gaijin (ES)
Ras (US)
Robert Leoni (IT)
Robin Triskele (UK/USA)
Rulas Undergroove (MX)
Shamanu (DE)
Shove (MX)
Sorian (ES)
Smoke Sign (USA)
Solomoon (USA)
SuMaShakti (CA)
SunRay (CA)
Tiefenrausch (AUT)
The Bohemian (FR/USA)
The Light Shifter (CH)
Thetaflo (CA)
Victor from Qbeek (IT)
Vicky Merlino (IT)
Zen (NL)
Zen Lemonade (UK/AUS)
Structures are built by members from the Terriba, Guna, Embira, Boruca and Cofan tribes.
Pyramid Stage by Lugu Test Area
Light structures by Cosmicwalkers
Video Installations by Resorb TV
Spanning 18 days on an amazing beach in the Caribbean, Tribal Gathering melds the ancient and modern, providing a space for discourse, ceremony and fun. Coming from twenty countries or more, indigenous tribes, shaman, musicians, artists, teachers and attendees from over forty countries will gather together for one of the worlds most important indigenous cultural celebrations.

The first half is dedicated to the tribes and their shaman with several zones offering workshops, ceremonies and indigenous music. Slowly the pace picks up and we seemingly travel through time to the finale of five days of electronic music and what might be described as our modern rituals of dance, art and creativity.

Things don't stop there, Tribal Gathering is a fundraising event for our public charity Geoparadise, the money we raise funds numerous projects throughout the year with the tribes in attendance. It is also a platform where projects are created and we all get the chance to involve ourselves in this process. The profits from every cent you spend at Tribal Gathering, from your entry ticket to money spent at the bars and our restaurant go towards these projects. Without your contribution none of this would be possible so, thank you!

Music: Two stages with over 100 Artists and DJ's
Shamanic Ceremonies: With shaman from a dozen different tribes holding ceremonies in three different shamanic realms.
Tribes: Representatives from tribes from over twenty countries throughout the planet.
Workshops: 18 days of Workshops, Body Movement classes, Ecology, Primitive Technologies, Traditional Skills and more.
Art Gallery: With representatives from the indigenous and shamanic arts.
Market: With artisan goods and clothing from our global communities
Food: Local, organic, cooked, raw and more.
TRAVELING TO PANAMA: There are three international airports in Panama but the biggest and closest to Tribal Gathering is Tocumen International Airport (PTY). It's approximately 2.5 hours to Tribal Gathering from the airport.
VISA REQUIREMENTS: For Europe and much of the Americas you will receive a stamp in your passport on arrival. This allows you to stay up to six months in Panama though you are limited to driving for three months. You can check for more information on you countries requirements.

Getting to Albrook Bus Terminal?
From Tocumen International Airport (PTY) a taxi should cost $20-$25. Make sure to agree the price with the driver before you jump in. Alternatively, you can walk to the bus stop outside the terminal and take a bus for $0.25.
From the city center a taxi should be around $3, although taxi drivers will ask for more if in rush hours (or will simply refuse to take you there). Also many bus routes go to the Bus Terminal ($0.25)
From Panama city to Sabanitas
Take the public bus to Colon from Albrook Bus Terminal and hop off at the Sabanitas bus stop, next to the REY supermarket.
You have 2 options of buses:
Diablos Rojos: The colorful traditional buses of Panama. They start at 3:30 am and they run every 30 min. Price is $2.20 each way.
Express Buses: Faster, more comfortable and with A/C. They start at 4:50 am and they run hourly. Price is $3.15 each way.
From Sabanitas to Tribal Gathering
In Sabanitas bus stop you need to wait for the bus for Costa Arriba - Nombre de Dios (which comes from Colon). It will take a few hours as the bus stops a lot, stay on passed Cuango, over the Cuango river, pass Playa Chiquita and a couple of km further you will see the Tribal Gathering entrance on the left hand side of the road.
Buses run hourly from 8 am - 4pm, so best to come in the morning.
Alternatively, there are other buses (Costa Arriba - Guaira) that can take you to Portobelo, which is half way to Tribal Gathering from Sabanitas, and from there you can try find a taxi to the festival site (35km). If there is a few of you, this should be affordable, although the first option is much more convenient.
You can grab the bus to Costa Arriba - Nombre de Dios directly from Colon Bus Terminal, no need to do the transfer in Sabanitas. See above the instructions to hop off.

Driving: It's fairly easy to drive to Tribal Gathering from Panama city and the airport. You first need to follow signs for Corredor Norte and Colon, this will get you out of Panama city or away from the airport. You will need to buy a highway pass from the toll gates, sometimes they don't have them for sale. You might have to be persistent but you should be able to pay cash if they don't have any cards for sale. Once on Corredor Norte Colon highway drive for approximately 45 minutes pass the final "cash only" toll and turn to Sabanitas exit. Follow the road for several minutes till you come to a Rey supermarket. Turn right follow the road 3 km and turn right following signs to Portobelo. Stay on this road for 40 km passing through Portobelo until another right turn for Palenque, stay on this road all the way to Cuango where a right turn will take you onto the new tarmac road, several more km's and your there. phew! Probably better still if you get a phone chip in Panama city and use your map.

By far the simplest way to get to Tribal Gathering from the airport is with our shuttle service. Just fill out your dates in and out, add the number of passengers, pay the fees and we'll do the rest.
Pop to the website to book shuttles []
Entry fee
Entry fee
$200 -$300

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