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This Way Up! Kendal Mountain Festival 2017

As far as I’m concerned, the best excuse to visit any place for the first time is attending a great festival. So I hopped on the train to Kendal – the gateway to the Lake District – for a weekend of mountain films and culture, readings by nature writers and a visit to the famous Lakes, of course. 1,005 more words

Film Festival Reviews

Euphoria: A State of Intense Happiness and Excitement

Originally published on April 15, 2016 for Sensible Reason

Imagine a place where you can let go of your inhibitions. A place where everyone can dance without judgment and love without limits. 723 more words


Domefest: A Small Gathering With Big Heart

Originally published on May 27, 2016 for Sensible Reason

A few miles beyond the Maryland state line amongst sprawling acres of southern Pennsylvania farmland lies an intimate, wooded haven called Fort Royale Farm. 508 more words


Over the Moon: Luna Light Music and Arts Festival

Originally published on October 19, 2016 for Sensible Reason

Just a short drive from Baltimore, up I-95 and down a gravel road in small-town northern Maryland, lies Camp Ramblewood.  759 more words


Festival Review: Ritual Union 2017

Ritual Union 2017

21st October 2017, Oxford

Words: Nick Jacques

Prior to reviewing the brand new 1 day festival Ritual Union I had never been to Oxford so I was really intrigued to see what the music and venues had in-store for me. 878 more words


Review of Metropolis Festival 2017 at the RDS Dublin

Frances Winston reviews the Metropolis Festival 2017, which took place at the RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, on 28th and 29th October this year

Now in its third year, Metropolis has become one of the highlights of the festival calendar, rounding off the year nicely, and filling the gap until the following year’s festival-season kicks in. 1,005 more words

Culture & Arts

Bluegrass Today, Festy & Bristol Rhythm

It’s been a busy fall festival season for us. We covered both Bristol Rhythm and Roots and The Festy Experience for Bluegrass Today. Click here for the stories from two of our favorite festivals of the year. 584 more words

Festival Review