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I’m thinking of going to the Cambridge folk festival this year, have never been before. Will be travelling on my own to this one. can anyone give me any info about the camping areas. I can see Cherry Hinton and Coldhams are both available and I’ve read up on each. Being close to the festival site at Cherry Hinton appeals but not being able to get a shower Thursday- Sunday definitely doesn’t. I was thinking of Coldhams. Have read you can take a shuttle bus to the from the festival site. Do they run really regularly day and night. ive also read you can park your car next to your tent at Coldhams, which would be fab. However I go to a lot of festivals so I have a trolley to transport my stuff if needed. so questions to people who’ve been where did you camp and how was it? Are there definitely no showers at Cherry Hinton? Are there other compelling reasons why camping at Cherry Hinton is much better (apart from being closer to the main site) What are the shuttle buses try and from Coldhams like do they run regularly day and night and are there plenty of them is it far to walk from Coldhams to the main festival site (doesn’t look far on the map) Any tips much appreciated! I’m really looking forward to it -apart from all the photos of all the ruddy chairs I’ve seen at it! Thanks
Hey guys, So this is my third time going to Glasto and I've managed to convince my boyfriend to come along with me, on the promise of good food and good music. Unfortunately, his tastes are a bit heavier than mine and whilst I'm pretty happy with the lineup so far he's not overly thrilled. I've tried to give him the old 'It's about more than the music' line, but I don't think he'll understand that until we get there. I really want him to be as hyped as I am, so if anyone knows of any confirmed or strongly rumoured acts that are on the heavier side of rock that I can use to get him excited I'd be really grateful! Also, if anyone has experience going as a rock fan in the past and you know the best places to hang out to see acts you like I'd love the tips.
Hey guys! I've been on site most of today, I'm here and it's looking incredible i'm trying to preserve data - but here are some tips / observations to those who want them. they are serious about searches, any bags who are sealed or made hard to open will be ripped open. You will have your bag checked, they've checked all staff as well. its boiling on site, very dusty. other stage looks strange - maybe it's not finished yet temple is massive, actually massive - they weren't lying when they said they were tripling it in size. they aren't lying when they say you will be queuing longer this year. Crew are tanned and in a good place, been given the best shifts I could possibly ask for. i think this is gonna be one of the best years. Really really good feeling in the air. see you all Wednesday, we can't wait for you to come! have an amazing one guys x
Hi there, This will be my first time to Glastonbury. Do any of you experienced Glasto people have any tips for drink & food to take? Don't want to take too much but enough to get us started at least. Bearing in mind it cannot be kept cool, what have you found to be best? Probably taking a single burner so can heat something. Thinking of basic food to fill up in morning and maybe snacks. And wondering about maybe freezing some drink so that it will be chilled when defrosted. Does this work? Sooooo excited.......