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  1. JessCathar

    VooV Festival Indoor London

  2. hi, im going to balaton sound this summer and was wondering if it its easy to find drugs there. has anyone been there and can tell me how and where to get drugs? which drugs are common to find and how are the guards and police to drugs?
  3. Tickets go onsale at 9am on 28th Sept 17. New site layout, line up taking shape and general excitement building ( even though it is only September!!) £ Tiers of tickets - from £65 on Tier 1 to £85 on Tier 3. Also new for this year is starting on the Friday and having a full day on the Sunday too and no band over lap between the two main stages, so basically you'll get to see who you want ticket link is here - http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3097100
  4. Fancy getting into one of the UK's sickest dance festivals this summer for free while raising money for your favourite charities at the same time? My Cause UK is offering you the chance to fundraise while having fun at Noisily Festival, one of the UK’s biggest dance festivals this summer! My Cause UK recruit volunteers for events including Noisily, Boomtown Fair, Love Saves The Day and Port Eliot. In return for your time at the festival they make a donation to a charity of your choice on your behalf, without it costing you a penny! You also get free entry into the festival and VIP perks such as access to showers, phone charging and as much tea and coffee as you can drink. Roles vary from ticket-checking and wrist-banding to general stewarding. Positions are offered on a first-come-first-served basis so sign up quickly to avoid missing out! If you want to volunteer as a group we can arrange shifts together and even if you’re on your own you’ll be volunteering alongside others raising funds for a cause they believe in. For more information check out mycauseuk.com and if you have any questions drop us a line at info@mycauseuk.com
  5. Fancy getting into Noisily festival for free while raising money for your favourite charities at the same time? My Cause UK is offering you the chance to fundraise while having fun at some of the UK’s biggest festivals this summer! My Cause UK recruit volunteers for events including Noisily, Boomtown Fair, Love Saves The Day and Port Eliot. In return for your time at the festival they make a donation to a charity of your choice on your behalf, without it costing you a penny! You also get free entry into the festival and VIP perks such as access to showers, phone charging and as much tea and coffee as you can drink. Roles vary from ticket-checking and wrist-banding to general stewarding. Positions are offered on a first-come-first-served basis so sign up quickly to avoid missing out! If you want to volunteer as a group we can arrange shifts together and even if you’re on your own you’ll be volunteering alongside others raising funds for a cause they believe in. For more information check out mycauseuk.com and if you have any questions drop us a line at info@mycauseuk.com
  6. Lauren joy joy

    Generation whY.

    At 15 I attended my first festival, NASS, a sister festival or the Relentless groups Freeze & Boardmasters festivals that happen in the south of the UK. That festival enlightened me to some euphoric world of freedom, immersion, creativity, nostalgia and carefree happiness. I was unaware of my subconscious desires to pursue a career working within an industry that creates said feelings and experiences, yet here I am 7 years later sat in the library of my university, researching for one of two final pieces of work to complete a degree in Events Management to then go on and chase my desire of becoming a creator of innovative and immersive, experiential festival content. I've been immersed in the theories of co-creation, experiential marketing, innovation, hyper-reality and technological advances at festivals... not only has this contributed to assignments and my dissertation which was an Auto-ethnographic study of my own emotional and spiritual experience at a winter sports festival (Rise 2014)... it's also triggered a question...Generation Y? A very suitable name, we are a generation of questions. Generations before us, accepted, they may have wondered but never asked, questions may have been answered but were left unspoken. However, we, Generation Y are a generation of asking WHY, why do we want to experience? Why do we want to co-create and why do we want that immersive feeling of nostalgia, euphoria, freedom, happiness and carelessness? We're at the very early yet, fast moving stages of a transformation in the way we interact with our own every day experience as well as our entire exsistance. This transformation is the driving force behind trying to figure out why we experience, how we experience and what it does to us, emotionally, spiritually and physically. That question is what got me on a plane to the French Alps on my own to research my own experience at a new up and coming Winter Sports Festival, and that question is what will continue to take me to festivals all over the world. Maybe there is some poetic justice in the unknown, maybe the need to know everything is a curse of our generation, and like the meaning of life itself, its something we learn and experience rather than define.
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