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Togetherness started in early 2017 when founder Adam Wilder decided to put on an event to cultivate more human connection and better relationships in the increasingly polarised world.

Using the crowd funding video below to raise money and with a team, the world's first festival of human connection was organised on top of a sky scraper in Canary Wharf in May that year.

The ethos was simple - a festival of brilliant experiences created by some of the best facilitators in the world exploring all aspects of human connection. Sessions on everything from language and psychology through to sexuality and everything in between. A festival free from alcohol and drugs and open to everyone no matter their political beliefs (or anything else).

The festival sold out and was covered in the mainstream press including Guardian, Vice and the BBC.

Since then Togetherness has grown holding more festivals and more in depth retreats with some of the most popular facilitators. This year Togetherness is holding 1 day events in London and Bristol and a 3 day residential festival in Dorset. 

Togetherness is the world's first festival of human connection taking place in May in London 2017.