A weekend to honour the rich history of beat generation America and allow you to reminisce on a time of creativity, craft and classic adventures. If you have always felt drawn to the style and stories of the 60s, we offer you the chance to journey back and walk in the shoes of your heroes, to a time where hitting the road was always in search of something new, and the only way to travel was in a classic car.
Join us as we explore the universe, a moment of silence to watch the stars
Otto Randal talks about how his most recent work has been influenced by beat generation creatives
A live performance of modern jazz music, famously the soundtrack to the Beat Generation
A panel talk with designers that are choosing a return to the art of craft and creative process
A chance for amateur writers to share their work, and meet fellow modern day poets
Bid on vintage products, rare records and first edition books
The Miles Davis Tribute Band
A Tribute to Miles is a tribute album by four of the five members of the Miles Davis quintet Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams, Ron Carter.
Author of 'The Desert Moon' and many other short stories inspired by his travels in North America.
Musician and poet Kat has been called the new Dylan, following his recent tour combining spokenword and acoustic performances
Silas & Amelia Good
Designers and brand gurus who founded the studio 'OffBeat' to offer a unique design aesthetic, andcreative process that harks back to the craftsmanship of the 50s
Maggie Grey– Blogger and Travel Writer, who you may know better by the name of her blog'Spirit Bird in Flight' has been writing creatively her whole life, but really found success when shedecided to pack up her life, and buy a camper van to travel the world.
Photographer and travel writer, dedicated to the art of analog prints. Elias will beexhibiting his new collection “On The Beaten Track'
Melissa Worthys book Button Poetry - explores the intersections of female identity in modern America.
Take a break from the digital way of life and throw it back to the old school. There are no digitally driven workshops at vagabond so all you will need is a paper, a pen and space to dream.