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Mural led by Nadya Shah at NFF 2017

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23-25 MARCH 2018

Dream, Explore, Transform

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Our new tshirts and tanks feature our NFF 2017 mural created by visual artist Nadya Shah, volunteers and festival guests. Contact us for merchandise (currently available in Trinidad and Tobago only).

 THE FIRE OF A NEW TIME

 

NEW FIRE Festival celebrates the awakening of humanity and the blossoming of a culture of love, creativity, beauty, community and sustainable living. As the premier transformational festival in the Caribbean, our goal is to be a catalyst for societal evolution through inclusiveness, self-expression and the creation of a progressive new way of living.
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A look back at our first edition in 2016

OUR SUSTAINABILITY PRINCIPLES

REDUCE • REUSE • SUSTAIN

At NEW FIRE Festival, we challenge you to REDUCE, REUSE and SUSTAIN all for our collective future, in a clean, nurturing and exciting environment. NFF also directly meets the following goals for Sustainable Development as identified by the UN:
Goal 3- Good Health and Well-Being
Goal 12- Responsible Consumption and Production
Goal 17- Partnerships for the Goals Read More

The NEW FIRE Festival 2017 celebrated Two Days of Music, Art, Dance, Food, Craft, Yoga, Play and Camping, along with a variety of uplifting talks & workshops. The festival was set against the backdrop of the Green Meadows, a beautiful outdoor location nestled in the Santa Cruz valley. 
Held on April 8th & 9th 2017, the festival is grounded in principles of ecological mindfulness and sustainability, demonstrating how we can develop our communities while being environmentally responsible.
Photos by : ©NH PRODUCTIONS TT

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TRINIDAD & TOBAGO BRIDGE INITIATIVE (TTBI)

Established in 2011, TTBI is the parent organisation of the NEW FIRE Festival (NFF). As a registered non-profit NGO, we focus on enabling community development and societal transformation by assisting the empowerment of people in these communities. Read More