This year’s Community Festival was bigger and better than ever before, taking over Finsbury Park on one of the hottest days of the year.
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When it rains, it pours… and that was definitely the case at Slam Dunk North this year!
Live at Leeds is one of the earlier events as festival season begins, and year after year proves to be the perfect start to the summer.
The sleepy Oxfordshire village of Steventon will likely not ring a bell for most music fans, but once a year it becomes overrun with festival goers as they head to Hill Farm for Truck Festival.
The idyllic Cotswolds is a location many, including myself, may associate with family holidays and glamping getaways, but for a weekend in July every year they’re home to the epic 2000trees; a festival that is somehow equal parts charmingly wholesome and a raucous party.
Finsbury Park was the place to be on the first day of July as Community Festival got underway. A heat wave had the capital sizzling, so it was only fitting that the festival had some of the hottest talent in indie and rock playing across two stages.
One of the UK’s most successful small festivals, Live at Leeds is the perfect opportunity to catch sets from more established bands as well as discover new artists. This year’s line-up was bigger than ever, and with the sun blaring down on the city for the whole day it proved to be an excellent start to 2018’s festival season.