Harry Edmundson runs through our not-to-be festivals.
Latitude Festival is on the other side of the country from my hometown of Cardiff. Located in the heart of Suffolk, the journey is a gruelling 250 miles. After completing various (lengthy) legs of public transportation with our rucksacks laden with sleeping bags, waterproofs (unused) and ciders, Exeposé Music eventually arrived on Friday afternoon just […]
Set in the idyllic fields of Henham Park in Suffolk, Latitude not only offers some of the biggest and best names in music and the arts, but also stunning scenery and a gorgeous lake (#ExeposeLifestyle) as a backdrop to your new favourite festival that will produce some incredible double-tap-worthy Instagrams. Here’s everything you need to […]
Following his neo-Orwellian Latitude trip-hop adventure of last weekend, Sam Jennings assesses the worth of volunteering at a music festival. Posing the question: did he succeed on his quest to see Portishead? [dropcap size=small]E[/dropcap]ver since I was a wee bairn, I listened to trip-hop. Not that I had much choice. Any chance he could, during long […]
Music Editor Katie Costello and co. headed to Suffolk last weekend to take in “arguably the most middle class event of the summer”, but beyond the champagne socialists and Waitrose shoppers, she found a festival rich in its variety of music, arts and landscaping. [dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]he Latitude pink sheep were milling around on the river […]
Exeposé Lifestyle shares its handy guide to which music festival will be right for you this summer… So it’s that time of the year again. The sun is out, the birds are singing and from Lafrowda to Holland Hall, all that can be heard are the conversations of “Where are you going this summer, Glasto or V?” Yes, as […]