Survival Skill Set Festival comes to Tottenham

May 18, 2016   ·   0 Comments

Everyday people all around the world are thrust into unexpected survival situations. You might not be an avid camper, or even outdoorsy in the slightest, but do you at least have some basic survival skills?
Survival Skill Set Festival aims to give everyone these skills. Covering a wide variety of topics from fire creation with a hand-drill, to foraging for wild edibles, this festival is designed to help you survive! Survival Skill Set Festival is designed to be educational, practical, and also a lot of fun! In an effort to get more people participating and educated in outdoor activity we will be teaching survival courses, as well as basic fishing, and stand-up paddle boarding. Organizers will also be offering professionally supervised activities like archery, hatchet throwing, and slack-lining.
If this wasn’t enough, the night will be topped off with a concert featuring some of the best local talent in Tottenham. Bands The Release, All That’s Left, and The Sleeperz will be providing entertainment from 6pm – 11 p.m. After a long day of fun, sun, and education 19+ attendees can grab a beverage from the beer garden located close to the stage. Enjoy music, drinks, and food under the stars.
After the concert attendees are welcome to enjoy a free camping space. Ticket holders will get to set up their tents and relax, and enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the morning. This is the first time an event like this has ever been put on. Organizers will need your support to have a successful turn-out, and hopefully make Survival Skill Set Festival an annual Tottenham tradition.
Tickets are available now for $30. You can buy your tickets now online, or from registered SSSF retailers.
It takes place June 4 and 5 at the Tottenham Conservation Area. For more, visit

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