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Reading Festival is a rock music festival which takes place over the last weekend of August.

Myself and a few friends try to go every year and once again the weekend did not disappoint.

The festival for us starts on a Wednesday as we tend to get early entry. This allows us to get a good spot before all the crowds come in. The walk from the car park to the campsite is the longest walk ever and we have to do it twice to walk back to Tesco to stock up on alcohol, so the extra day gives you more time to relax!

Some of the acts we saw at Reading this year included KASABIAN, Eminem, Two Door Cinema Club, Bastille, Milky Chance, Sundara Karma, The Amazons, Everything Everything, I could go on but I don’t want to bore you haha!The best act by far was Kasabian. They headlined on the Friday and luckily for us all the acts we wanted to see were on the main stage so it gave us a perfect opportunity to get to the front. To me there is nothing better than thousands of people all singing along to the same band that you all love.


Apart from the incredible music line up, Reading also has the best line up of food stalls. From burritos to paella, halloumi fries, Chinese, Indian, pizza. It’s not all just greasy little vans you see at the side of the road, they are beautiful stands which put a lot of effort into the food. It’s fair to say I ate my weight in food this weekend and I have no regrets mhahah.

Apart from having to camp I had the best weekend. I don’t usually mind camping but we underestimated how big our tent would be and I wasn’t prepared for how cold it was at night. Take note guys, it doesn’t matter how hot it is during the day (26 in England) you will still be freezing at night!

If you want to see what I took to Reading Festival check out my last post here.

Fab weekend filled with plenty of food, alcohol, friends and good times WOO WOO.

That’s it for my summer now, has anyone else still got a few more plans for their summer left?

Lots of love,



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    05/09/2017 at 8:52 am

    So jealous! I wanted to go this year but I completely forgot to buy tickets and as soon as I knew it, the weekend was here hahaha! It looks like you had a fab time anyway! xxx

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      07/09/2017 at 7:32 pm

      make sure you do next year it’s the best time of year!xxx

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    05/09/2017 at 11:34 am

    Soooo jealous, looks like you had an amazing time!! xx

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    05/09/2017 at 12:07 pm

    Ahhh that looks like a fantastic festival! <3

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    05/09/2017 at 12:44 pm

    omgggg this looks and sounded incredible, I’m going to HAVE to go next year!! xx

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      07/09/2017 at 7:31 pm

      yesss!! it’s my favourite part of the year 💘😁

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    08/09/2017 at 9:19 am

    I was there this year and the weather was just amazing omg. Much love – Ali

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    09/09/2017 at 11:30 am

    I’M SO JEALOUS! Seriously, you’re so lucky to see Kasabian – we went to fib this year (also rock) which is in spain and them, red hot chilli peppers, the weeknd and liam gallagher headlined but i missed kasabian because i had to leave a day early :'( xx

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      09/09/2017 at 11:34 am

      nooo that sucks they are honestly one of the best bands i have seen live!! I bet the chillies were incredible tho 👌🏼😁xx

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        09/09/2017 at 11:35 am

        😭😭😭youre breaking my heart here but Hey girl LIVE IT FOR ME & yeah, they were AMAZING I won’t lie🔥xxxx

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