Camp Bestival, the family-friendly festival, will host a weekend of entertainment broadcast across its social channels for fans and families at home. (Facebook, Instagram and You Tube)
The Stay at Home Easter Sleepover will include a line-up of DJs and live acts, plus comedy, crafting and family workshops, all live streamed across the Easter weekend, ending on 12 April at 9pm.
Families will be encouraged to turn their living rooms into camps and dens, and wear their festival attire. The event will also support The Trussell Trust and the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust, with fundraising links for donations.
Commenting on the launch, Rob da Bank said: "We can't all get outside right now, so we're bringing you some of our favourite Camp Bestival acts for a Stay At Home Easter Sleepover. Josie and I know what it's like to be cooped up with our darling children for weeks with no break, so we hope we can take your mind off the news and dive into a world of fun, music and family vibes."
So why not set up a virtual camp in your house and put on your favourite festival attire.
Take some pictures and videos and share them on the Curry Rivel facebook page.
The weather's set fair for a great weekend at the virtual festival in your own home
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