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Frequently Asked Questions

Some common questions and answers related to our event and policies. If you don’t find what you are looking for, feel free to contact us using the contact page or our email info@raabtafestival.com

What do I get for the day ticket?

  • Access for International Yoga Teacher class
  • Access to playground area & aerial arts area
  • Access to the opening and closing performances
  • Access to band music performances
  • Access to all talks
  • Access to all festival chilling areas for picnics
  • Give aways (goodie bag)
  • Meeting like- minded people
  • Because you trust us & know we want you to have a great time!

What’s the difference between the weekend pass and the pink bracelet?

The weekend pass is for those who want to gain access to some of the festival’s activities (please check tickets page for specifics) and pay per experience they choose to attend while the pink bracelet is for those who want to have access to all the group classes and workshops excluding the 1 on 1s.

Does the pink bracelet guarantee my spot in any of the workshops and classes?

Raabta operates on a first come first serve basis for the group sessions. Booking is only available and required for the 1 on 1s.

Why should I attend?

To meet like minded people. Being exposed and exploring new wellness practices, brands and performances and most importantly reconnecting with yourself.

How can I locate a certain speaker, food demo, vendor, or activity?

You can find a list of all speakers, food demonstrations, activity booths, bands, and vendors on our website's Schedule Page or in the guidebook and map distributed at the entrance to the festival.

2023 Fesival - Not yet announced.

Are kids allowed?

This year Kids under 12 years are allowed. We have a "kids program" running parallel to Raabta above 12 program. Please make sure your child isn't interfering with the above 12 sessions.

You can purchase tickets on our website for your young ones.

Are pets allowed?

Unfortunately pets are not allowed.

Do you provide accommodation?

No we do not. but we will send you a link with suggestions... There are plenty of great hotels and Air B&B’s close by.

Do you offer transportation?

No we don’t at this time

Are there Cash Machines, ATMs, on site?

We have a cashless system. We have “Top Up” booths to add money on your bracelets. Cards and cash are accepted.

What ages can attend the Raabta?

All ages. We have the above and below 12 tickets. We will be checking IDs at the door so please make sure to have your ID.

Are local & Residents tickets different to international tickets?

Yes they are. We have a subsidized ticket for locals and residents. IDs will be required at the door and if ID doesn’t match the ticket. Entry won’t be allowed.

What to bring?

Bring your yoga mats, blocks, comfy shoes, water bottles and a jacket.
Weather is chilly in November plus we have PM classes. So, it tends to be colder at nights. Get a notebook and pen if you are attending any workshops.
For more details , check out our what to pack section

There are so many sessions, I am unable to choose.

At Raabta we say, “You’re exactly where you’re supposed to be”. Part of the process is making choices and understanding that you ended up in certain sessions for a reason.

I have never done yoga before or any wellness practice, Can i still attend?

Raabta is not only a Yoga festival, nor is it for people who have practiced any thing before. Raabta is your chance to explore this world of self love and healing. There are hundreds of people that show up to the festival and get introduced to practices that changes their lives.

I want to come but none of my friends are going. Will I have fun?

Raabta is a place to make friends and focus on your self. Don’t wait for others, we guarantee you that you will make friends . we also have a solo traveller's group to join if you’re coming alone and want to feel the safety and support of other. Group Link:  https://chat.whatsapp.com/FJWQktmHJx83upLVCYks6Q

I want to apply to be a volunteer, a practitioner or a marketplace vendor.

For Volunteers:

For Practitioners:

For F&B:

For Market place vendors: