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eFestivals has been here 20 years supporting festivals and festival goers. Without your support it will not continue as it has been.
Advertising used to pay the bills but advertising revenues are much less than they were.

Festivals: if you'd like us to continue to promote your event to our 650,000 monthly readers you'll need to give a helping hand.
Festival-Goers: if every visitor in just one day donated just £2, that would provide funding for a whole year.

You can donate or sign up for 'gold' (ad-free) membership, or you can contact the editor.


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  1. This. Glastonbury mud is a completely different kettle of fish. Although it rained pretty damn heavily on Saturday, at no point did the mud ever become unmanageable, for me. This was my first Latitude - despite living in Suffolk, I've never actually managed to get there! I blagged a ticket at 10.30pm on Wednesday night as some friends were performing, so I had to dress as an alien and do a bit of dancing in The Film and Music Tent on Sunday night in lieu of said ticket. GREAT FUN! LOVED They Might Be Giants, wasn't expecting much so I was pleasantly surprised. OMD were brilliant, loved Caribou (missed him/them at Glasto) Paloma Faith was great, the Pump Up The Volume vs Horsemeat Disco was an aural treat, but Rubberbandits were a HUGE highlight for me. Loo's were like no other festival toilets I've ever used, though I did use the backstage ones a fair bit too. LOTS of children, more than I've seen at any other festival too, and an awful lot of 12-14 year olds running around in groups unsupervised which I must say, surprised me. Also LOTS of camping chairs/blankets at the FRONT of the tents - I even saw one woman with a tiny baby, in a buggy, at the front of The Word tent, directly in front of the speakers. I didn't feel the same friendly vibe as there is at Glasto, everyone seemed to be doing their own thing and not really getting involved with each other, but I had a blast, and did manage to get a couple of randomers to have a dance with me. All in all, a great weekend, some good stuff to see and listen to and I'd definitely go again.
  2. Hello from a warmish suffolk :)

  3. 'ello from (not-so-sunny) Suffolk!


  4. Hey Steve, nope, not long now - can't come quick enough for me!

  5. Hey Heidi, not long to go now!!!

  6. Hi back at ya fellow BSE'er.

    Sent you a message earlier ( i think!!)

  7. Hey! Just saw you're from Bury - me too ;o) Thought I'd drop and and say hi!

  8. Hey!

    I joined your faceache group yesterday, and thought I'd add you as a friend here too. Thanks for all your hard work, I think I'm not alone in saying it's greatly appreciated.

    Take care & hope to see you in the sunshine in June 2011!



  9. Clockwork Purple - I have a photo of the chairs for sale sign too
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    Reading Various Years

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  11. Hey!

    Was looking through some old posts (2003) reminiscing, and discovered you'd done our limbo with us...It was my first Reading and I had the BEST time ever.

    Just wanted to drop by and say hi and roll on August 2008!



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