From the 21st to the 26th June 2017 a new town was created in south west of England, just outside Shepton Mallet near Glastonbury, After attending in the previous two years we simply couldnt turn down the oppurtunity to visit the greatest place on earth once more.
As always we headed down there in the early hours of wednesday and left from Rochester at 2am, to get on the road nice and early and avoid as much traffic as possible, the wednesday proved to be the most stressful day of the festival. The temperature in the fields was at 34 degrees which is not one bit fun whilst holding a weekends worth of camping gear for four hours before tromping into the festival site itself only to have to pitch a tent, (which can be stressful enough in itself).
Thursday is always the most relaxed day at the festival, everyone wakes up with a new, even greater optimism about the weekend, nothing much happens apart from a few small shows and other entertainment so its a good time to get your bearings and see what Glastonbury has to offer.
The weekend really kicks off on Friday, with so much going on its impossible to tell you everything we saw and enjoyed, our highlights were the impeccable Maggie Rodgers on the Saturday morning followed by the Foo Fghters later that day. The Sunday really shone through as the most fun, everyone tries to go out with a bang and it was a day of dancing and laughter throughout, being entertained by Barry Gibb, Chic and The french electro duo Justice that evening.
Although a little worse for ware we came back from the festival with renewed inspiration, we have some big ideas and are currently working on a new project as we speak.