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The final instalment of Festival Fortnight looks at the event that prides itself on being “more than just a music festival”.
As part of the Festival Fortnight series, Sam Clements blogs about his experience at this year’s Live at Leeds festival.
Forget three days camping in a cold field – Dot to Dot festival is not to be missed if you’re on the hunt for a jam packed lineup of live music all squeezed in to just one day.
Providing a variety of musical acts, Sunrise Celebration is an alternative arts and culture event that thrives on an atmosphere of community spirit and good vibes.
Green friendly and playing host to some top headliners: 2000 Trees festival will ensure you hear a weekend of fantastic music without breaking the bank.
And it’s one for the rockers: this year’s Download festival will hit Leicestershire in June, and with over 80 acts already confirmed, it looks set to be a hardcore, headbanging weekend.
The energy efficient festival Oxegen, held near Dublin, caters for all. Whether you’re in to Florence and the Machine or those silent discos, this could be a festival you might want to try.
For the next fortnight, The Linc‘s culture team will be introducing you to some alternative festivals during this summer, kicking it off for those strapped for cash: Glastonbudget.