as I mentioned on t’ other thread
is brilliantPosted 4 years ago
5 days, great line up, budapest is a nive place to explore too, flights with easyjet etc means it costs the about same as glasto, the weathers better, its less up its own arse and its a lot more of an adventurebravohotel8erMember
Truck, Oxfordshire – Indie rock village fete
Latitude, Suffolk – Slimline Glastonbury for the Radio 4 set
End of the Road, Dorset – Great mix of indie, Americana, folk in the beautiful Larmer Tree Gradens
Beacons, Yorkshire – Undeground bands and art on the Yorkshire Moors, funPosted 4 years agowrightysonMember
Ynot. It’s small and in the peaks. This year was such a blast and there’s a really good atmosphere.Posted 4 years ago
Loads of ciders and loads of new fresh bands as well as some old favourites.
Highly recommend for the grand price of 80 quid each with kids being free if you have them.The PinksterSubscriber
I went to festival number 6 in portmeirion. It was fantastic, weather got a bit dicey on the Sunday (it’s a bit late in the year compared to Glastonbury), but I will go again I think. Awesome setting, great variety of stuff going on etc
Quite small compared to many but a unique setting being in/on the outskirts of the village and incredibly chilled atmosphere. Definitely the best festival I’ve been to in years (OK, didn’t make it this year but from what I’ve heard it was much like last year).
Being later in the year is pretty good too as it doesn’t conflict with anything else either.Posted 4 years agoMarinMember
Went to the Green Man this year. Good site, stayed on the Camper Van field. Was very chilled out. Saw some good bands and lectures but for the price the main stage headliners very dissapointing. The smaller stages much better. All a bit civilised compared to what I remember when I used to go to a lot about 15 years ago. My jury is still out if that’s a good or bad thing.Posted 4 years ago
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