Sacred Ground was born of a desire to create an intimate space outside of city streets, where art and music are the focus alongside an environment supporting closeness with one another.
Together with our friends, we share music, coming and going from stages and crowds, where audience and performers are one.
Our only goal is we all return home full in heart and lungs
from our Sacred time together.
Tickets are highly limited and are on sale here.
We humbly welcome you to the second edition of Sacred Ground. Grateful to return with you to the beautiful barn and lush landscape where it all began. Bursting with anticipation to indulge ourselves in music and sprit for one whole weekend!
It is most precious to us that Sacred Ground stays true to its essence and intimacy, yet we listened very closely to what you had to say about our maiden event. So this year, we have an additional indoor stage on the festival grounds. It will open its airy halls on both days after the main stage action, where we will dance together boundlessly through the night into the day.
Sacred Ground open its arms to one and all on Friday at 15:00 and releases you Sunday noon with nurtured hearts, minds and a good, nourishing breakfast.
Friday, July 29th
Sunday, July 31st
HOW TO GET THERE
The address is
Berlin Hbf ⇒ Prenzlau Hbf
The closest trainstation is Prenzlau Hbf. There are direct trains running from Berlin HBF to Penzlau about every hour.
Get together! Cheap group tickets are available here: http://tinyurl.com/p8wajvy
Sacred Ground ⇔ Prenzlau Hbf
We want to make your escape from the inner city hustle as comfortable as possible. Therefore we arranged Shuttles bringing you to and from Sacred Ground to the nearest translation Prenzlau. We have timed the shuttles with the arrivals and departures of the direct trains running to and from Berlin HBF, please be bear with us in case one shuttle is running a little late.
Wherever you are ⇒ Sacred Ground
Just follow your heart … and your navi!
Sharing is caring! Don’t be shy and jump into
the carpool-service by → fahrgemeinschaften.de
Sacred Ground will open its premises on
Friday, July 29th – 15:00
After a full weekend of music, art and spirit, we will gently fade out and release you back into the world on
Sunday, July 31st
Music curfew at 10:00
Closing of the festival ground at 12:00
Closing of he camping area at 14:00
At Sacred Ground there is no fixed timetable for the performances. Of course every artist will display their talent, but we are leaving space for collaboration, surprises and improvisation. Next to the musical artists other great talents will be coming together to share their passion and knowledge at Sacred Ground.
You will be leaving behind the stress and struggle of city streets, but not the legendary SPÄTI for all amenities an urban survivor needs.
Cash. Please be prepared, there is no cash machine at the Sacred Ground or in Trampe.
Camping below clearest nightskies beneath the vast cornfields is included in the ticket. It is obligatory though to get a garbage bag for a depsoit of 5,- EUR. These will be refunded upon filled return.
Your friends and your car are also welcome on the camping site. The opening hours for the campsite and parking are:
Friday, July 29th – 13:00
Sunday, July 31st – 14:00
You don’t like to carry all your stuff or pitch your tent yourself? We got you covered.
At www.zeltheld.com you can book your camping tents and accessories for the Sacred Ground Festival. All rented tents and items will be pitched before your arrival on a perfect spot or can be picked up at their service tent and be used by you at the location of your choice.
DO’S & DONT’S
We want everybody to enjoy the Sacred Ground with no worries and let the mind wander. In order to do so there are few golden rules:
Respect one another, nature & humanity – no private drinks or food to be brought on the festival grounds. No dangerous objects, fireworks, selfiesticks, drugs, (fire)arms, pets. Please use your common sense and do not bring anything along which might cause damage or harm to the people, nature and property.
No fire. The area is very sensitive to fire, especially in the summer, where a spark can easily cause a wildfire.
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