Fees and Booking

The festival price includes the program with all workshops, entertainment and happenings with the exception of the sweat lodge. The sweat lodge costs 200 kr to be paid on location when booking the lodge. Please note that the festival pass does not include food and accommodation. 

Festival Prices:

Full festival pass (10 days) 2900 kr/person

1 week festival pass (7 days): 2700 kr/person (you decide your arrival date)

1-day pass (Valid for 24 hours): 500 kr/person

Children and youth under 18 years (with a parent) are welcome to come for free!

Paying for the Festival

To book, make your payment for your Space of Love Festival ticket(s) to Akashic Enterprises, using bankgiro number 297-9920. Please remember to always write your full name! For any bookings, once payment has been completed, please e-mail your full name and the names of everyone that will be using the ticket(s) to skaldeman@yahoo.com. If you are coming with children, please specify names and ages so that we can plan children and youth activities accordingly! You will be sent a confirmation of registration when we receive your email. Pick up your S.O.L. wristband at the festival reception upon your arrival.

You are welcome to pay on arrival at the festival by cash. We do not accept credit cards. If you pay from another country, use the Iban-number: SE7750000000051731021836 and the Bic-code: ESSESESS

Cancellation

You may cancel your ticket up until May 15th, 2022 by sending an email to skaldeman@yahoo.com. You will receive your registration fee minus 300kr for administration costs. Tickets are transferable.

Baby Sitting

During  2-3 workshop sessions each day you can book babysitting for children up to 4 years. You book at the festival reception. The fee is 100kr per child for one 2 hour session. We cannot promise to provide for everyone but we will do our best.

Space of Love Festival Supports Mummy Jee Educational Charitable Trust. The trust educates poor children from rural areas in India. The trust also offers health care to the poor communities in the nearby villages.