Volunteer at Greenbelt
Join our one-thousand-strong community of volunteers at Greenbelt, the handmade festival. Whether you’ve never been to Greenbelt before or you’ve volunteered many times,?there is a wide range of roles available. Take a look and be part of making the festival happen.Apply now
Greenbelt on film
Greenbelt defies easy description. You have to be there. But film footage can help. So take a few minutes to watch some of the short films we’ve made of the festival over recent years – capturing the sights and sounds, the people and programme, the energy, the welcome, the community, the fun and the passion there is at the festival.See Greenbelt for yourself
Every year after Greenbelt we see pictures of people proudly wearing their...
We've blogged about worship at Greenbelt quite a bit over the past few years...
Let’s spend Christmas together
Festival communion After 40+ years of festivals, it is hard to come up with...
Paul Northup, Greenbelt's Creative Director, reflects on Holy Week and the call...
For me, as a British Muslim, Greenbelt is a spiritual home …
Greenbelt is unique in so far as it’s a festival that nourishes the spectrum of human experience. It’s not just a reverie of licentiousness, but it nourishes the spirit, intellect and soul of artists and attendees.
I can only describe Greenbelt as a family, as a home …
Performing at Greenbelt is one of the highlights of my career, one of the most memorable gigs I’ve ever done. The vibe in the audience. the interaction. Just … love!
I walked out and found myself saying: "Salaam Alaykum.” And they all came back with "wa-Alaykum Salaam.” And that made me feel totally welcome.
Have to say, Greenbelt totally surprised me... after Glastonbury, my favourite festival this year
I believe in dialogue, and that’s what Greenbelt is all about
People here are very questioning, not merely of other people, but of their own thoughts and beliefs too.
Greenbelt is a mind-opening event.
It’s extremely welcoming. It’s easy for people to come along and feel at home. Wherever they come from.
Greenbelt is part of my mental furniture.