Red Sky Tent Company started out by providing luxury bell tent accommodation for artists and guests backstage in the Dance Village (now SilverHayes), at Glastonbury Festival 2009. 100% of its profits and assets ownership went to Malawi Education Project – a ‘Local Initiative, Global Support’ Charity. An invaluable charity promoting education in Malawi, one of the 10 poorest countries on our planet. MEP’s mission is to make reading resources more accessible, to those in school and to members of the wider community. This was achieved through libraries, supporting and promoting a reading culture, and helping to sustain a positive cycle of education through families. We now endeavor to help other charitable causes.
Expanded in 2011, Red Sky bell tents have become more widely available to hire, championing the market’s best offerings in deluxe boutique camping provisions on a reasonable budget, and adding real beds and mattresses.
Throughout music festivals where it was born, to weddings, sporting events, private parties, youth and corporate events, team building weekends, wild camps and more, RSTC works with green initiatives and sustainability at heart. We, at Red Sky pride ourselves in being a responsive, proactive and forward thinking operation, ultimately focusing on quality of service, event integration, environmental sustainability and the bigger global picture.
With massive respect to the future of our planet, RSTC is committed to operating in a low/zero impacting capacity, using sustainable and/or renewable energy sources, and offsetting the carbon footprint generated by transportation, leaving no trace in the path it treads.
RSTC can make anything happen, and can tailor the servicing for each event, with the capacity to sleep up to 400 people at a time. More can be arranged through partners.