If you have always been tempted to head to a music festival with your kids but wondered whether a large festival would be suitable for children, then rest assured that our weekend at the Isle of Wight Festival, with our 8 year old twins proved that not only is this festival fine for kids, but that going as a family should be positively encouraged. Our kids had been excited about the festival for weeks. They were planning what to take with them, enjoying listening to the singe
Common People has a very different feel to traditional festivals due to its location. Situated on beautiful Southampton Common, very close to all the amenities of the city centre, it opens up into an oasis of tree-lined utopia.
Granted, getting here, we were concerned that without parking and not being local we would find it a mission to drag our kids along on public transport. How wrong were we? On a glorious day of sunshine we parked our car at the nearest multi-storey and
Just So 2017 was our first time to experience this festival taking place across a mid-August weekend. We truly haven't been to a festival like this before. It offered an enormous variety of activities - such as art, literature, theatre and music - all of which were underpinned by the quintessentially British idea of a tribal tournament. At first sight, you could be forgiven for assuming that this is solely a children’s festival, but as the weekend progressed, it was clear tha
Blissfields festival 2017: tangibly blissful. Why is it that sometimes, you just get a really good feeling about something? You can’t quite put your finger on what it is, but you just know that you are in a place where you can relax, be happy and that you are going to have a really good time. Maybe it was intuition, hope or wishful thinking but this was how I felt the second we arrived at Blissfields 2017. We were met with smiling, helpful stewards who bent over backwards to