Cool Britannia was everything you could imagine from a smaller scale British festival. With its amazing mixture of music genres, quintessentially British bands, banging burgers, an on-site pub and a fabulous atmosphere, it was bound to be an amazing festival!Read More
‘Wait for me somewhere between reality and all we’ve ever dreamed’.
Neverworld is a fantastic little festival tucked away in Hever, Kent. With a huge mix of music from some big-name artists, themed areas & bars and a wide variety of activities on offer, it was bound to be a epic weekend! Not only that, it was family AND dog-friendly… yes, a dog-friendly festival does exist and it was as epic as you imagine.
We all make mistakes sometimes…
Having never been to Glastonbury before, it was always inevitable I was going to make some mistakes, but first times are always there to iron out the kinks – but it means I can tell you what not to do so you don’t make the same mistakes as me when you take on the beast that is Glastonbury… You’re welcome!Read More
Say hello to Citadel Festival, the ‘perfect soundtrack to your Sunday’. Read all about the music, the food, the venue and more from this fabulous day festival plonked in the middle of West London!Read More
June started with a bang as I headed off to All Points East Festival at Victoria Park. Having never been before, but having heard such good things, I was really excited to see what this festival had to offer… and I wasn’t disappointed!Read More
As we say hello to June, Camden’s pubs, bars and music venues opened their doors over the weekend to welcome Camden Rocks Festival goers. Everywhere you turned you could hear music which created an atmosphere around Camden which was truly electric!Read More
In September I went on a trip that I can safely say I will never forget (and neither will my bank balance). I went to the fabulous Ibiza.Read More
Latitude Festival was one that I had heard such good things about but never actually been to. Voted the UK’s best major festival of 2017, it combines music, film, theatre, dance and much much more to create an atmosphere like no other.Read More
Over the May bank holiday, I kicked off the festival season with a bang and went to the fabulous Hogsozzle! An intimate, smaller scale festival with tons of personality and quirky charm. There were sequins, feathers, fur, fancy dress and enough paint to rival a Dulux warehouse – it all made for a fantastic festival.Read More
Bournemouth sevens is the largest sport and music festival in the world and is a mash up of sport, cider, music and sometimes sunshine which takes place every May Bank Holiday weekend in Christchurch, Bournemouth.
If you want an excuse to watch (mostly) good quality rugby, enjoy a drink … or two … or three, dance until the early hours of the morning and enjoy the bank holiday with your fellow students, then this is your place!Read More