On our mission to try as many different festivals as possible, this year we headed to Latitude, in Suffolk. Starting just three days after my birthday we thought this would be the perfect way to celebrate plus it is located in Suffolk, just two hours from where we live – slightly closer than the trek we made down to
Boardmasters last year.
For one weekend each June the city of Manchester is taken over by
I’m more of a
myself, but in a quest to broaden my festival horizon I decided to ditch the dinosaur onesie to experience a new festival this year. Bestival gal View Post
Do you touch your boobs enough? A couple of weeks ago I went to a festival that encourages you to do just that…”cop a feel”… sounds like most boys fantasy, but it could actually save your life!
The weather wasn’t entirely on our side but that didn’t dampen our spirits as this was an indoor festival, so we ditched the coats and wellies and made our way to Islington Metal Works.
Festifeel is a single day music festival, which kicks off the Summer Boob Tour for organisers Coppafeel, as they begin attending the festivals in order to raise awareness of breast cancer.
On Sunday I joined London’s LGBT community in Victoria Park, for the debut of new gay festival
As One in the Park.
We were set for a great day; the sun was out, the cider was flowing, we had our dancing shoes on and RITA ORA was headlining the mainstage!