Frequently Asked Questions:
What Should I bring?
Instruments and/or a drum if you have! Money for Food, drinks, a massage and treats (there will be vendors selling clothes, art, essential oils and jewelry). Change of clothes, bathingsuit, and all the basics, padding and bedding for sleeping, sunscreen, bug spray (there was no issue with mosquitos the last 2 years but just in case), journal and pen, yoga mat if you want.....
What are the sleeping accommodations?
The common shared space on the beach is much smaller than other years because the water line has risen so much, B'H! There is not enough space for setting up tents outside. The huge inside space will be the place to store your personal belongings. There's no need for a tent but please bring something to sleep on! If you do want to bring to use inside the covered structure, please only bring a very small tent (1 or 2 person) to have privacy. After the day's events, everyone is free to go outside to sleep (there is a large tarp you may sleep under) I suggest bringing a mosquito net.
If you would like to sleep in a tzimmer, it is 250nis/night and rented directly through the beach. Contact Meira to book.
What are we doing for food?
A professional Kosher cook is making a whole kitchen on the beach. Vegetarian (with fish), vegetables (yuval nochri only), all mehadrin (not Heter Mechira). Menu and prices posted soon.
We will also be selling healthy frozen fruit shakes on the beach. There is no refrigerator space available except for medicine. Bring non-perishable food to supplement whatever you'll be buying Water, coffee, tea, juice and alcholic beverages (at night) available for purchase. You don't have to lug heavy water bottles to the beach! liink to menu and prices will be posted soon.
Can I bring my kids?
Will there be men there?
Are there bathrooms and showers?
Yes. They are not elegant but they are comfortable and serve the purpose.
Can I sell my products? or offer healing services?
Yes, Contact Us! If you are a ticketed festival participant, it's 100 NIS a table per day (includes the night) or 150 for the whole festival
Is the Beach secure?
It is a privately owned beach. There is a locked barbed wire gate and a thick barbed wire fence surrounding the entire property and it is on a very quiet street with little traffic. The place is safe and feels safe- a true oasis
Can I smoke on the beach?
Smoking is allowed in designated areas only away from shared space. We are respectful of everyone's right to enjoy the festival as they see fit. That being said, shared space at the festival is smoke free, so please be respectful of others and especially children and use designated areas for smoking.
**Note: If you are wanting to come but just can't figure out how to make it happen... LET US KNOW HOW WE CAN HELP YOU!
Where there is a will there is a way. Where there's a dream festival, there's you.
Yes, but preferably not. The festival is geared for women and many women cherish the relative quiet without lots of kids around. Consider your priorities: Having much needed time for yourself to relax, have fun, be in your own flow.... vs. bonding time with your child. ;)
Nursing babies are welcome (there are a bunch of ladies coming with babies).
If you decide to bring your girl(s) their tickets are full price tickets like an adult
Be'er Miriam Beach