If you want to get into it, you got to get out of it. (Hawkwind 1982)
quaidox wrote: »
i have been to it twice, stayed in hotel offsite because i is old! plenty of dance music, and lots of punk ska and metal, a lot of work goes into the stages, fake streets, etc. all in all, gift. have been to glasto once before. whilst not on the same scale as that, it's still a full on mature festival, and hoping to go next year myself, so yeah, go for it i reckon...
dmm82 wrote: »
We managed to get tier 1 tickets, delighted. Did you have any hassle going in and out of the festival each day? I read that you're not allowed to bring alcohol in after the first entry? We're gonna stay off site too
Northernsoul wrote: »
What did you think of Boomtown last year mate? I actually thought it was better than Glasto, and we’re heading back this year! You?
bodhrandude wrote: »
From what I've heard about it is, you need to be quite fit to handle it. A lot of the areas is up hill, so you'll probably need a bit of energy but I think this was the festival that inspired the Townlands Carnival people, so I'd say worth checking out.