There will be 3 food traders in the main arena along with a camp shop and then a campsite coffee stall and an off-grid tea and cake offering in the healing area.

Following our mothership, Shambala Festival’s food vision, expect a dazzling array of hearty, colourful and delicious vegetarian food from...


Dan Gallucci is the mastermind chef behind Thats Amore Pizza.  Between his Italian ancestry and Michelin Star chef training, Dan’s pizzas really are something else.  His traditional, handmade Napolitano “Biga” fermented pizza bases, using organic Italian double zero flour are perfectly complimented by a delicious array of fresh, artisanal toppings and the smoke infused by his wood fired ovens.  If that wasn’t enough, Dan will be serving up his famous fries, both loaded and naked. Our mouths are watering already. Vegan options will be available!


The legendary traditional festival café born at Glastonbury Festival back in the day, Henry’s Beard has brought comfort food to revellers for decades.  Expect the warmest welcome from Connie and her crew along with breakfasts till late, burgers and fries, wraps, mac n cheese, curry, lasagne and more!


Dave and Annette have hosted Shambala’s healing area since the beginning in 2000 and kept everyone happy and relaxed with tea, coffee and the most tasty of homemade cakes.  Please go and say hello before having a quiet moment with yourself and a slice of the best.


The camp shop is run by Dominic and his team, the same fantastic folk who do our Shambala camp shop. They will be stocked up with the basics and essentials you would expect – plus all manner of delights that you didn’t know you needed!

Please note : Due to the meat and fish free nature of Camp Kin, the shop will not be selling meat or fish so if you want it, bring it in a cool box!

If you have any special requests, or requirements do drop us a line ( and we will answer your questions.


ALLERGIES: Please inform food and drink traders of any allergy and dietary requirements. Allergy information is available on request.

Whilst you are of course welcome to cook for yourselves on your own stoves, our lovely Food Traders have lost an awful lot of business this past year so please support them if you can!