10 best festival season moments and musings

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  1. I’m ashamed to admit I’ve not ever been to a music festival. But I’m going to put that right this year with a visit to Southsea and the Victorious festival in August. Paul Weller headlining with a side of Paloma Faith and lots of other good stuff. Can’t wait!

    • Sara Dobak says:

      I know they’re not for everyone, although the longer & larger ones do have a unique vibe about them. I saw Paul Weller once…can’t quite recall where..hmmm. Enjoy, he’s awesome!

  2. Lucy says:

    I’m not a big festival goer (I don’t like crowds and tents!) but I do like a smaller festival and luckily we have a few just down the road from me in Cheltenham, there’s science on at the moment and food coming up next week but literature is my favourite (plus I can get home to my own bed after which is a bonus!).

    • Sara Dobak says:

      If I’m honest, the major festivals do take more out of me than it used to, so I do understand. Love the idea of that science festival though, I’ll add it to my list if it’s an annual one!

  3. I’ve only ever made it to Glastonbury the once. The Cure were headlining (for the first time) which really does show my age!!

    I love smaller local festivals the most these days and really enjoyed exploring Christchurch with you. I’d love to go again next year and say stuff the diet and expense and eat the lot! So many tempting things. This weekend we went to The Gribble Beer Festival with some great (and not so great) live music. Fabulous day! And I discovered Hiver Honey Ale…. yum!!

    • Sara Dobak says:

      Yes, the weather and ambience was perfect that day in Christchurch 🙂 It’s great we have so many fabulous smaller festivals to explore here in the UK – I’ll have to try a pint of that Hiver Honey Ale next time I’m over!

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