RMA – The Royal Marines Charity is the exclusive charitable partner of Nature Valley Gone Wild Festival with Bear Grylls. 10% of all general admission tickets goes directly to the charity to support serving and former Royal Marines and their families.
Families will join together to rock out to the tunes they love as the sun goes down over Powderham Castle. Other Nature Valley Gone Wild Festival 2022 headline music acts will include Ella Eyre, The Script, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Reef.
The bank holiday weekend festival, created in collaboration with explorer Bear Grylls, combines family adventure during the day with world class music at night.
Kids can come face to face with a prehistoric giant as the beasts from Dinomania walk the festival site during daylight. The UK’s premier live dinosaur experience will make prehistory as they stomp and sniff their way around, giving thrills and fun in equal measure. Kids can have a roarsome time meeting the animatronic and realistic walking dinosaurs and the knowledgeable rangers who will (hopefully!) keep them under control.
Bear Grylls said:
“It was amazing to see so many families having fun all together at our Nature Valley Gone Wild Festival last year. I saw so many smiles on kids faces as they tried many of the epic adventure activities, and loved being part of the crowd as so many awesome bands rocked the festival. I’m very proud that we are doing it all again, and I’m honoured that explorers and adventurers that inspire so many have agreed to join us – I can’t wait to share who else we’ve also got lined up!”
As an honorary Lt Col in the Royal Marines I see this as such an amazing veteran led project that can inspire so many families in the UK who enjoy the link to the armed forces. This is why I’m so excited to support Gone Wild
More details have now been released about the premium activities that will be available for festival goers to book during the weekend, including coasteering, climbing, kayaking, UV mini golf, stand up paddleboarding and a commando course.
Walk up activities will run throughout the weekend, including tree climbing, yoga, science workshops, skateboarding and a junior jungle family rave, plus lots more! There will be something to entertain all ages, making this the most memorable weekend of the Summer.
As well as creating a fantastic experience for guests, the organisers of Nature Valley Gone Wild Festival are making sure the event does good behind the scenes too. The festival has been officially accredited as carbon neutral for 2022, achieving it’s sustainability aims.
RMA – Royal Marines Charity is the exclusive charitable partner of Nature Valley Gone Wild Festival with Bear Grylls. 10% of all proceeds from general admission tickets go directly to the charity to support serving and former Royal Marines and their families. As a former Royal Marine, Lympstone based festival organiser Oliver Mason is proud to support such a cause alongside Honorary Lt Colonel Bear Grylls.