It’s a gloriously eccentric, wildly imaginative and decadently off-kilter brain-shift with incredible detail at every turn, a small festival with a very big heart which continues to chart its own path, far away from commercialisation and following the flock. Nozstock is a transcendental experience which creates its own sense of unity and escapism from the real world for a few precious days.
Whilst I won’t be attending organised festivals I will be hosting my own (or two) from the comfort of my own back garden. So in case either you are like me and love the idea of a festival but don’t fancy roughing it for a few days or aren’t able to make any of the festival dates. Let me show you how you can throw a festival in your garden.
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Brand new to the festival scene for 2018, Monstrous, held at Printworks on July 29th. It is a brand new one-day family festival set to debut this summer with an incredible line-up designed to delight the whole family.
The event, which will take place at the award-winning Printworks venue, will host over seven fantasy worlds jam-packed with live shows and amazing experiences for mini festival goers.