The mission of the festival is ‘the expansion of consciousness from the material to the ethereal’, facilitated through music, arts, performance, workshops and discussion.
This year is going to be our biggest and best yet with more artists, bigger names, more food, more talks, more workshops and more prettiness.
Headliners to look for this year include Natty and the Rebelship, Soom T and Meic Stevens.
Read more: Visit Pembrokeshire spoke to one of artists at this year's Unearthed, singer songwriter Jodie Marie '....there is always a magic that happens when writing in Pembrokeshire.’
“Unearthed stimulates and inspires the senses with experiences that are not generally found in our day to day lives” says Tim Rees of the family friendly festival run on his land by himself and musician Dan Messore.
The 3 day festival takes its visitors on a musical odyssey through reggae, world and folk music, where people feel free to come and be open hearted and open minded.
Whilst the music is carefully selected within the world, folk and reggae genres, much attention is also given to the talks. Topics tend to range form sustainability, science and spirituality, conscious living and dying.
What else to expect: Trapeze, fire shows, magic, walk around labyrinth, a kids tent and workshop area with a range of activities such as learning to make your own guitar and didgeridoo to singing, mosaic, drumming, daily yoga and meditation, circus skills, poetry and theatre and much more.
And don't forget the food: Local and organic vegetarian foods each day such as vegan ice-cream made from coconut nut and cashews by ‘IceGreen’ and organic wood oven pizzas by St Davids company ‘Torth Y Tir as well as other delicious worldy foods.
Unearthed festival runs from 16th - 18th June with weekend and day tickets available here.
Unable to make this year's festival - check out our music festival round up for other events this summer in Pembrokeshire.