Tour de Moon launches in the UK
Providing a platform for youth countercultures and nightlife workers
Tour de Moon is the first of its kind. A unique, immersive and free festival, touring 3 UK cities in 4 days via sustainable moon convoy.
Bringing together talks, cinema, music and games all under one cosmic theme - Tour de Moon is truly a festival like no other. Tour de Moon celebrates the relationship between the earth and the moon with a number of thought-provoking, exciting and original experiences; with a special focus on nightlife, creativity and culture. The festival will prompt visitors to ask ‘WHY can’t we imagine a new way of thinking?’ - highlighting the need for radical imagination in the current global climate as well as encouraging alternative futures. Tour de Moon, part of UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK, is a public festival; tickets are free and can be obtained for each individual city here. Tickets will be staggered, with the Leicester show available now.
On its epic journey across the country, Tour de Moon is stopping in Leicester, Newcastle and Southampton throughout May and June where four days of interactive events are taking place in each city, appealing to everyone from amateur sports teams to die-hard clubbers. Alongside the three main cities, Moon Convoy will visit Bletchley, Wolverhampton, Grimsby, Huddersfield, Blackburn, Barrow-inFurness, Plymouth, Farnborough and Crawley, concluding at Hackney’s Pedro’s Youth Club – one of the oldest youth organisations in the UK.