Let Greenbelt take you to church

Come for (Sun)day

No matter who you are or what you believe, there will always be a place for you in our festival fields. So why not let Greenbelt take you to church one Sunday this summer? You’ll have the chance to experience a communion like no other, dance away to Guvna B, raise the roof with House Gospel Choir, get all theological with Nadia Bolz Weber and Brian McLaren and laugh until your sides hurt with Shaparak Khorsandi. Plus much, much more.

Use code GB22SUN20 for 20% off Sunday tickets
or GB22WEEKEND5 for 5% off weekend tickets.

No matter who you are or what you believe, there will always be a place for you in our festival fields. So why not let Greenbelt take you to church one Sunday this summer? You’ll have the chance to experience a communion like no other, dance away to Guvna B, raise the roof with House Gospel Choir, get all theological with Nadia Bolz Weber and Brian McLaren and laugh until your sides hurt with Shaparak Khorsandi. Plus much, much more.

Use code GB22SUN20 for 20% off Sunday tickets
or GB22WEEKEND5 for 5% off weekend tickets.

Tickets & Box office
Come for (Sun)day

Please note: Anyone can come to our Sunday communion service for free. It starts at 10.30am, but to get a good spot you’ll want to arrive much earlier. Once the service is finished (at 11.45am), you’d need to leave or pop to the Box Office to buy a Sunday wristband to stay. We’ll be checking wristbands from 12 noon.

We’d love you – yes, you – to dip your toe in the water and try us out, so we’re giving you 20% off a day pass for Sunday with the GB22SUN20 code. (Better still, why not take the full plunge and get 5% off the full weekend festival with GB22WEEKEND5.)

Who we are

Here’s the quick version: each year for a few days over August Bank Holiday, thousands of us come together to make a shared space in the beautiful fields and woods of Boughton House. 

It’s a gathering of the clans that – when we get it right – can transform people’s ideas of how they might live out their faith for the other 51 weeks of the year. 

Our hope is that Greenbelters take courage and inspiration away from the festival too, so that transformation feels possible all through the year, wherever we are. Together, we don’t just show one another where our faith could take us. We show each other how to get there.

Here’s the quick version: each year for a few days over August Bank Holiday, thousands of us come together to make a shared space in the beautiful fields and woods of Boughton House. 

It’s a gathering of the clans that – when we get it right – can transform people’s ideas of how they might live out their faith for the other 51 weeks of the year. 

Our hope is that Greenbelters take courage and inspiration away from the festival too, so that transformation feels possible all through the year, wherever we are. Together, we don’t just show one another where our faith could take us. We show each other how to get there.

Read the long version

About the festival

Greenbelt is a festival weekend of artistry, activism and belief. We gather in the beautiful grounds of Boughton House (near Kettering) from 26–29 August 2022. We’ve been making our festival space since 1974! After two years of cancelled full festivals (we went digital in 2020 and hosted a pop-up camping event in 2021), we can’t wait to be back in the fields with our makeshift human engine of creativity, change and community.

Explore our festival lineup
See our accommodation options
Book your tickets
Plan your travel

Have access needs?
See our access info here

Can’t afford a Festival ticket?
Apply to our Open Festival scheme

Greenbelt is a festival weekend of artistry, activism and belief. We gather in the beautiful grounds of Boughton House (near Kettering) from 26–29 August 2022. We’ve been making our festival space since 1974! After two years of cancelled full festivals (we went digital in 2020 and hosted a pop-up camping event in 2021), we can’t wait to be back in the fields with our makeshift human engine of creativity, change and community.

Explore our festival lineup
See our accommodation options
Book your tickets
Plan your travel

Have access needs?
See our access info here

Can’t afford a Festival ticket?
Apply to our Open Festival scheme

Come for whole the weekend

You don’t just have to join us for Sunday. You can, of course, come for the whole weekend! And who better to lead us back into the festival fields than polymath and prophet Kae Tempest? Their recent single ‘More Pressure’ could almost be an anthem for us all after the last few years. All of us, in myriad different ways, have been under more pressure than we’ve ever known.

Now it’s time for some release. It’s time to put our hands in the air with the House Gospel Choir and get some radical joy with the mighty Hurray for the Riff Raff.

It’s time to have our horizons opened up with thinkers and writers like Reni Eddo-Lodge and Danny Dorling. Maybe even time to introduce Richard Dawkins to what we like to call The Greenbelt Delusion.

Use code GB22WEEKEND5 to get 5% off Weekend Tickets

You don’t just have to join us for Sunday. You can, of course, come for the whole weekend! And who better to lead us back into the festival fields than polymath and prophet Kae Tempest? Their recent single ‘More Pressure’ could almost be an anthem for us all after the last few years. All of us, in myriad different ways, have been under more pressure than we’ve ever known.

Now it’s time for some release. It’s time to put our hands in the air with the House Gospel Choir and get some radical joy with the mighty Hurray for the Riff Raff.

It’s time to have our horizons opened up with thinkers and writers like Reni Eddo-Lodge and Danny Dorling. Maybe even time to introduce Richard Dawkins to what we like to call The Greenbelt Delusion.

Use code GB22WEEKEND5 to get 5% off Weekend Tickets

Tickets & Box Office
Come for whole the weekend

Bringing a youth group?

And if you do want to come for the whole weekend, then you might like to know that we’re piloting a new scheme this year for youth groups to camp together with their youth group leaders – in a ‘mixed camping’ set up (with tents and a caravan or campervan together). If you want to bring a youth group and camp all together as a group like this, please email us with your details.

And if you do want to come for the whole weekend, then you might like to know that we’re piloting a new scheme this year for youth groups to camp together with their youth group leaders – in a ‘mixed camping’ set up (with tents and a caravan or campervan together). If you want to bring a youth group and camp all together as a group like this, please email us with your details.

Contact us about being part of the pilot