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  1. Here we go again 🙂 The festival will take place on July 6,7,8 & 9 of 2022. We will announce the 2022 line up before July 7th 2021, we are keeping as many Artists as we can from 2021 and also adding some new ones so we can have the best line up ever. https://madcoolfestival.es/en/news/mad-cool-2022
  2. After the news that summer is back on. Heres the new thread for this years revamped boomtown
  3. If you’re inspired, enthusiastic and up for a challenge then Nozstock wants to hear from you! As Herefordshire’s favourite homegrown boutique festival we’re seeking talented volunteers to support the creation and ongoing improvement of this diverse and innovative event with the community at its heart. Nozstock is an 8-stage festival, proud of its grassroots and seeking to keep the treasured atmosphere from it’s overgrown party days whilst maturing into an event that’s choc-full of interactive opportunity for all ages. The festival is run by a committee of volunteers who have all brought something unique and who share satisfaction in putting on a good time for the punters and for themselves. There are short and long term voluntary roles available read on to find out more! Long Term Stalls Manager We are looking for a dedicated individual to oversee the selection and booking of the fantastic variety of stalls at The Hidden Valley. The successful applicant must be organized, approachable and able to problem solve, enjoying varied tasks and working with a range of different people. The role encompasses administration including contracts and correspondence, liaising with stall holders, organizing size, entrance information, managing stalls assistants workload, checking relevant certificates and organizing siting at the event. You would be active during the preparation of the festival and act as a point of contact for traders and workshops on arrival to and throughout the festival. This is a voluntary role, but all expenses will be reimbursed. If you have got what it takes to provide Nozstockers with the perfect retail therapy then send your C.V along with a covering email to work@nozstock.com with the subject STALLSMANAGER. Deadline February 1st. Stalls Manager Job Spec Administrative Intern / Information Officer If you are interested in event management but don’t know where to start this is the perfect role for you. This is a voluntary role, working to assist the Festival Coordinators with various admin tasks before the event including updating social media platforms, copy writing, undertaking research and maintaining email accounts. The knowledge gained as a admin intern will give you an excellent insight into how a small festival is run. Over the weekend you will be based in the Information Office fielding enquiries from public and striving to offer them a high level of Customer Service. This role is varied and demanding. The successful applicant must be diligent, adept at time management with a patient and friendly nature. Administration / Office experience and Customer Service experience desirable. If this sounds like the job for you send your C.V along with a covering email to work@nozstock.com with the subject ADMININTERN. Admin Intern Job Spec Cabaret Assistant If you are looking for event experience in a creative and busy environment this is the role for you. We are seeking a voluntary Cabaret Assistant to provide administrative support to our Cabaret Manager. The role includes researching acts, using databases to organize bookings, sending contracts, dealing with applications and correspondence and some artist liaison over the festival weekend. Experience desirable but not essential. If you are interested please send you C.V along with a covering statement to theatrics@nozstock.com with the subject CABARETASSIST. Deadline February 1st Cabaret Assistant Job Spec Short Term Stewards and Bartenders We are offering festival-goers the opportunity to volunteer in exchange for free entry (via reimbursement after the festival). Many opportunities are available for friendly stewards & efficient bartenders. No experienced required, though it would be a benefit to you and us. Training will be provided so don’t worry, as long as you are quick-witted and adaptable then this could be the opportunity for you. Stewards are often described as the “eyes and ears” of the festival. Generally speaking you will be there to assist the public and help with the smooth and safe running of the event. Every steward will undergo an event specific briefing session prior to the event, and will have adequate supervision and support throughout each shift. It’s easier than you’d think! Come join the Nozstock team and have some fun in The Hidden Valley! If you are interested in joining the Nozstock team, apply with our quick and easy application form. Volunteers – apply here Photographers If you’re an upcoming, unique photographer with a keen eye for detail looking to expand your portfolio then we want to hear from you. Nozstock The Hidden Valley are seeking a number of volunteers to form an in-house photography crew at this year’s festival. You’ll be on site throughout the 3 day festival taking a range of high quality photos on specific focus areas that will be discussed beforehand. We need committed, talented photographers with an interest in events, who are willing to work alone as well as part of a team and face the challenges that a large scale live event can bring. You need to be self motivated, reliable and have proven experience in creative photo production. Experience in promotional work is desirable. It’s a big ask, but the experience and knowledge gained are their own reward. Plus you’ll leave with a fantastic addition to your portfolio and fully accredited work to be used for promoting future Nozstock festivals. If this sounds like you then please check out the attached job description and send examples of relevant work and a statement detailing how you fit the role (approx. 300 words) with your CV to submissions@nozstock.com. Please note that you must be available on-site 26th – 28th July and will be expected to turn around material within a short deadline after the festival. Successful applicants will be notified by the end of June 2013. Photographer Job Spec.pdf Film Crew Nozstock The Hidden Valley are looking for upcoming, creative filmmakers with a keen eye for detail; so if you’re looking to expand your portfolio, we need a number of volunteers to form an in-house video crew at this year’s festival. You’ll be conducting interviews backstage with a range of artists, bands and DJs, chatting to the punters and producing high quality footage focusing on the festival’s diverse audience. We need committed, talented filmmakers with an interest in events, who are willing to work alone as well as part of a team and face the challenges that a large scale live event can bring. You need to be self motivated, reliable and have proven experience in creative video production. It’s a big ask, but the experience and knowledge gained are their own reward. Plus you’ll leave with a fantastic addition to your portfolio and fully accredited work to be used for promoting future Nozstock festivals. If this sounds like you then please check out the attached job description and send examples of relevant work and a statement detailing how you fit the role (approx. 300 words) with your CV to submissions@nozstock.com Please note that you must be available on-site 26th-28th July 2013 and will be expected to turn around material within a short deadline after the festival. Film Crew Job Spec.pdf Find detailed job descriptions at: http://www.nozstock.com/get-involved/join-the-team/
  4. For students who have recently graduated, they need to go to a music festival to experience the real live music and not just listen to a recording. It is very important for students to see and experience live music because it is much different than practicing music. They will get a better appreciation of the art form through experiencing it. A music festival also allows students to meet other like-minded people who share the same interests with them as was stated from Thesisgeek.com. This can make them more passionate about pursuing a career in music after they graduate. Students need to see what goes on at a poetry reading. Reading is one of the best ways to express one's thoughts and ideas. Poetry readings can be quite challenging because there is a great deal of poetry to understand. Some students might have difficulty understanding poetry. So a poetry reading is a perfect opportunity for them to try to grasp some of the meaning and significance of poems. Students also need to go to museums if they want to expand their knowledge about the world around them. A student visiting a museum is going to be able to see and observe things in a whole new light. The senses are enhanced when visiting museums. There is nothing more exciting than going to see a dinosaur exhibit in the Museum of Natural History or an antique clock in the Smithsonian. Students also need to go to musical festivals if they are interested in joining in. There are musical festivals all over New York and each of them can be a fun and memorable experience for students to enjoy. Whether they are interested in playing an instrument, singing, dancing, or even playing a percussion instrument, students will find a musical event to enjoy. Students also need to go to youth fairs if they are looking for a fun and exciting way to spend some time with friends and family. If there is a talent show going on, students might want to sign up for it and give their performance to win some money and maybe even a prize. This experience will also benefit the student in many ways. They can learn a lot about themselves and perhaps have an opportunity to win money as well. All of these events are good for students to experience and they should see why students should go to festivals all over New York City.
  5. I’m going to sundown festival in Norfolk this summer, I want to bring alcohol into the camping area, however I’m not sure what security is like at this particular festival, I know at most festivals they really aren’t strict however being 17 is it worth bringing a crate of 24 just for it to be taken away or is it the total opposite?
  6. I’m going to creamfields 2021 this year on my own, I’m a female and only 18. Is this safe to do? Just nervous and needing some assurance.
  7. The University of Westminster Sustainability Web Festival of 2021 will be running this year from the 29th March to the 4th April. The Festival, created by the Event Design and Management Masters students, will be aligned with the University's sustainability objectives and is open for everyone to attend. During this week, many topics around sustainability will be covered including cooking, education, cleaning, fashion, health and wellbeing, tourism, and much more. From the 29th March to the 4th April, the students will host ‘Let’s Move It’, ‘The Vegan Challenge’, ‘Looks that Last’, ‘Travelling Differently’, ‘Sustainable Spring Cleaning’, ‘GreenEvent 2021’, and an end of festival Raffle. This year, the University of Westminster Sustainability Web Festival is aiming to promote and enhance the university's sustainability objectives through a series of individual events. It includes: to educate on a sustainable lifestyle and raise awareness on health and wellbeing of staff and students; to inspire individuals to adopt a more sustainable routine by introducing a range of approaches; and finally, to deliver an enjoyable and engaging festival through a virtual platform in a sustainable manner. So far, brands such as Olio, 100% BIOLOGICO, Blue Farm, BKIND, Rawlala, Too Good To Go, and Love K-POP Dance London have been involved and many great presenters such as GreenPeace, Beer Li, the Female Glaze, Darryl Cheng and Miffy Englefield will be seen during the week-long festivities. Visit the festival website now to learn more about all the great events coming up at: https://sites.google.com/view/sustainability-web-festival/home?authuser=0
  8. Could the road map to Rock be Lincolnshire's very own Call of the Wild Festival that looks likely to be the first opportunity for Rock, Metal & Punk fans to gather together in the amazing outdoor arena within Lincolnshire's Showground. Nominated for Best New Festival in 2019 the future was looking promising until the pandemic struck. Never giving up, organisers have rescheduled the event no less than three times & genuinely deserve the support of the Rock community.
  9. Anyone selling 2x bronze 4 day camping tickets? Desperate 🤞
  10. Hi! If anybody is there, how do you feel about female representation in Creamfields past and present line-ups? Also, if you've been to Creamfields, have you ever felt discriminated against by the festival staff or other festival goers because of your gender? Would love to hear from everybody! Thanks so much!!!☺️
  11. I grew up in Edinburgh. I was continually told that I should be glad to live in the city that hosts the world's largest art festival. It may well be the world's largest arts festival but it has always been elitist. There was never really anything there for me, especially in music terms. There has been the odd exception. Orbital playing the Ross Bandstand being one. This was when they drowned out the lone bagpiper at the Military Tattoo with Satan. This is the first year that I can remember there being more than one decent act playing at the Festival. St Vincent is one of the headliners this year, Mogwai are playing and Scottish indie legends the Pastels and the Vaselines are doing shows. Ok, considered among a month long festival that has 1000s of acts this does not even constitute a drop in the ocean it is still after all these years a start. As well as the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe we have the smaller but continuing to grow nicely Hidden Doors festival. They have managed to line up Nadine Shah, Dream Wife, Honeyblood, Slyvan Esso and the Young Fathers among others. Edinburgh has a real shortage of music venues, most have been closed down either to become student accommodation or because new build houses complained about the noise. If you buy a house next to a music venue what do you expect? The live music scene is dying up here. It is looking increasingly likely the only time that we will attract decent acts is as part of one of our cities festivals. A sad state of affairs.
  12. Thought I'd start a new thread for This is Tomorrow 2020 so we aren't having to revisit the 2019 one. Anyway, thoughts on the new lineup announcement? Can't say it does a lot for me, tempted for the Sunday purely for Fender at this point. Any ideas at all on who the Friday headliner could be? Can see another barrier failure if Cinnamon's crowds are as rowdy as I've heard. (Also my first post on this site, greetings eFestivals!)
  13. Hi I'm attending Cremfileds this year and just had a few questions about security!! Are the searches really strict and if they find my drugs will they be taken away from me??? anything is helpful thank you!!
  14. With 2020 being an enforced fallow year, I think it would make sense for Emily and Michael to begin planning their rumored Variety Bazaar to help recover from the financial blow of COVID-19 whilst still giving Worthy Farm a break in 2023/24. If it were to go ahead, should it be similar in scope to Glastonbury, or a different sort of thing altogether?
  15. I'm a design student at Loughborough University, currently doing a project which is looking at rapid drink cooling in a festival environment. So, if you’re interested in a solution to warm beers in a muddy field, then do please take a minute to take this quick survey! :) it's anonymous and all data/research will help to find a solution! SURVEY: https://s.surveyplanet.com/jD7d_28VB Or if anyone has any advice or information as to current ways people might attempt to keep drinks cold, do let me know! Thanks :D
  16. Sooo, starting a thread here to see if anyone knows when the lineup is gonna drop- last years came out in November 2018, does anyone have like a vague guess as to when it may get released?
  17. I have 2 tickets for NBHD Weekender- Weekend tickets (2 days), Headliners are Ian Brown- from the Stone Roses, and Catfish and the Bottlemen) I'm selling the tickets as I live down south of England and am not going to be able to make the trip up to Warrington this year. Selling the tickets for £90 each & original price was £127.80 including the booking fee, the tickets are fully insured as well.
  18. Considering it was meant to happen last year in London, this could be a reason why Wireless could be heavy UK related headliners. What a coup should this happen, they did always state London was Europe
  19. Hey! So I would really like to go to 2000 Trees (whole weekend) this year however it appears I have nobody to go with. So I thought I'd reach out on here to see if there's anybody else who might want to hang out solo or part of a larger group. Female 24 from Essex Let me know: Group size Age What days you're going And where you're from Cheers and hope to see you there 🙃
  20. What's the best concert you have ever been to? For me it was Tame Impala at Glastonbury 2019, headlining the other stage. The show was just incredible. I love Tame Impala anyway; but i just remember stopping for a second looking round and being frozen in time for a split second. I felt so much comfort and relaxed in this moment. Also they played really well.
  21. Hello, We are driving from Southampton to Glastonbury on the 24th of June - 28th of June. We have two spaces in the car, with the aim of saving money and emissions. £20 per person to contribute to parking and petrol.
  22. I did not pound the streets of marginals in the rain all day for you to not Vote Labour. Bring it home lads
  23. LEARN HOW YOU CAN STAND A CHANCE TO WIN UP TO SGD $25,000! Event: 13th International Choral Festival Orientale Concentus, Singapore 2020 Date: 25 July – 28 July 2020 Location: Singapore Orientale Concentus was conceptualised in 2008 with the purpose of connecting choristers from diverse cultural and choral traditions, and promoting choral music development in Asia. It has seen participation from 12 countries and have gotten rave reviews worldwide. Orientale Concentus believes in providing a conducive and positive environment, where choirs strive to achieve more than just winning of awards. It encourages continuous learning and seeking the true meaning of music. This will be a unique opportunity for all choirs to step into a holistic and memorable international choral learning journey, all in one place. The upcoming 13th International Choral Festival Orientale Concentus, Singapore 2020 is scheduled to take place once again in Singapore from 25 July – 28 July 2020. Why you should sign up? Grand Prix Prize Money of SGD 10,000 GUARANTEED! Perform in Singapore's World Class Esplanade Concert Hall with superb state-of-the art acoustic features Remarkable opportunity for aspiring choirs to broaden their chorale horizons, network with other talented choirs and build long-lasting international friendships! Learn from our World Renowned Adjudication Panel! Watch our 12th Orientale Concentus' highlight video to have a glimpse of what you can expect participating in OC13 and how we are different from other festivals in the region! Click HERE To Register Your Interest Now! Participate NOW to get your Early Bird Promotion! Visit www.orientaleconcentus.com or email to event@ace99.com.sg to find out how you can win up to SGD $25,000 and other exciting offers for Orientale Concentus 13. We are really excited with all the programmes that we will provide and we would love to have you join us! P.s. Do remember to follow us on Facebook for more updates!
  24. Citadel 2019 page for the annual Gunnersbury park indie festival last headlined by Tame Impala in 2018 I can see one hasn't been made yet this is for Predictions, Findings and Good times
  25. Looking to meet up me my mate I'm 21 he's 23 doing 2 day standard camping from UK teeside north east we arrive Saturday leave Monday
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