Thought about wearing your onesies for the festival season? The festival season in the UK is now in full swing with Radio 1’s big week-end attracting 25,000 fans last week-end. Not surprising when you consider that names like Snoop Dog, Taylor Swift, and Foo Fighters were enticed to Norwich to perform.
As well as the major festivals there will be events all over the country on most summer week-ends. For a good round-up of what is available try the Festival Calendar. There is also plenty of advice on what to take to festivals: Female First has some suggestions for those who worry about keeping clean and fresh. Of course with our unpredictable weather it’s not easy packing to cope with conditions that might resemble the sunny Med. one day and the muddy Somme the next. Why not consider onesies for the festival season? We have just the one for you. Our Festival funzee is made from 100% cotton which means it’s cool during the day but warm at night with a hood to keep your ears warm. You wouldn’t really need to pack anything else. Wear it as pyjamas at night, sleep on the ground maybe, then all the next day and the next. Once it’s soiled and smelly you could dispose of it in an environmentally friendly way, or wash it as a last resort. We have a footed version and or separate but matching socks in case you want to go paddling.
And for real festival fans, this competition from generator hostels caught our eye. They are looking for a Festivals Reporter. You will visit Festivals around Europe with a friend and document your experience, taking amazing photos and telling their followers all about it on social media. The lucky winner gets:
Six sets of festival tickets, travel for you and a friend, accommodation / Camping Equipment, £200 spending per festival to cover food, drink and other fun stuff, camera, Go Pro. All European travel will be covered up to £4,000 in total.
So now is the time to get out and enjoy the summer. There are great events, great music, great food and great experiences – in fact something for everyone, so bring your grandma.