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Red Rooster Festival
My friend couldn't make it on the day so I was faced with the decision to not go and miss out or go it alone. I took a chance and went for it. I was nervous, nervous that people would look at me and judge me for being on my own. But I also felt that way about going to the cinema on my own and I got over that! I'm so pleased that I did go, the sun shone, the sky was blue and the location was beautiful. I took a magazine with me, a blanket and spent the afternoon relaxing, as the evening drew in I took another wander around the grounds and headed to the tent where I danced amongst strangers, for a while I forgot to care what people thought and threw myself into the moment. It felt amazing!
I went to a day of the Maverick festival with my family last weekend. Again, we were really lucky with the British weather and it only rained for a few minutes. The site was not as big as the Red Rooster, however, there were more stages. There were stages of various sizes hidden around the place. Because the site was smaller, it actually made it easier having Grandad with us in his wheelchair.
- Live music
- Festival atmosphere
- The variety of food and drink stalls
- People coming together
- Relaxing and/or dancing depending on my mood
Things I don't like so much
- The rain and cold
A festival I would love to go to
- Boardmasters - even though I don't skate or surf I would love to watch and I can just imagine the location and atmosphere would be awesome.
What festivals have you been to and loved?