Today starts the epic 3 day barrage of quirky hits played by world famous bands at Bestival 2014. From legends of the past to up and coming stars, there is something for everyone.
If you’re a hardcore raver, festivals can feel like heaven, spending three days with your close friends, jamming to the latest tunes, with great food . Oh wait. did I say say “great food”? Actually I wouldn’t it’s great at all, you could grab a Katsu curry at the Wagamama pop up store at Bestival for example, but you’ll be waiting a long time. The queues aren’t short by any means. Sarah Manning at the Daily Mail lists the “Do’s and Don’ts at festivals” as well as explaining the benefit of picking a festival to go to based upon the food served. She mentions “there are more festivals in the summer months than there are bands to play at them, so tailor your festival to suit your needs – if you’re not that bothered by the music, it’s OK to pick the one rumoured to offer the best organic food. Is food an important factor when you go to festivals or do you “make do” and lose yourself in the music?
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