30 June 2015
More than 90 stands offering ethnic styled textiles with Rastafarian and Afro clothing, street wear, products made with bamboo, footwear, items for smokers and accessories, many handmade and inspired by different cultures; Berber crafts, artisanal seed growing kits and many more products, give shape to the Rototom Sunsplash Market that is open each day from 16:00 to 04:00.
With twice as many stands the space will include for the first time a sector dedicated to alternative and sustainable products, closely linked to the Living Energy area. Where you can buy items like books on bio-construction or original items like the re-useable bottle, Flaska, made of glass, which transforms the vibrational structure of the water; minimalist footwear; artisanal grow kits with clay seed bombs promoted by Masanobu Fukuoka from Japan.
The Market will also include, for the first time, items from The House of Marley like headphones designed with certified wood and recyclable aluminium.
The Market this year has changed its layout to become a type of Arab Souk which will give the market uniformity and all of the stands will have signs with phrases about peace in different languages. There will also be a chill out zone, for the first, made out of recycled material.