Hello there pop kids! By the time you read this, we’ll be on our first train journey of the weekend, travelling up to Nottingham clutching our dancing shoes, train whistles and festival survival kits! If you’re anything like us and you’ve left everything to the last-minute, here’s a few final pieces of info to help you on your way:
Quick guide: If you’re looking for information on accommodation, tickets, transport, food and Friday night’s MJ Hibbett show, there’s a handy last minute guide on the official Indietracks website.
Weather: According to the BBC 5-day forecast, it should be pretty fine, so don’t forget to pack your suntan lotion and sunglasses as well as maybe an umbrella, just in case. With its indoor and outdoor stages, and of course the train rides, the festival is perfect for all weathers!
Merchandise stall: If you have any CDs, t-shirts, mugs or anything for any of the bands playing at the festival, please pop over and say ‘hi’ at the merchandise stand, by the main stage, and they’ll be happy to help. Please sticker the stuff with the price though, so the volunteers know how much to sell it for!
Anorak forum: if you have any last-minute questions, want to share a lift or need emergency fashion advice for the festival, the Anorak forum is a good place to start.
Warm-up gigs: You’ve a choice of three warm-up gigs on Thursday 24th:
– Leeds: Rosie Taylor Project @ Holy Trinity Church
– Nottingham: Airport Girl + The Zebras + Pocketbooks + Fists @ Junktion 7
– London: Even As We Speak + Mexican Kids At Home + Hong Kong in the 60s + The Give It Ups @ Jamm in Brixton
And a couple on Friday 25th:
– Indietracks: MJ Hibbett’s “My Exciting Life In Rock” + Penny Broadhurst + HDIF DJs @ Midland Railway Butterley
– Leicester: Punk TV + Mai 68s @ The Charlotte, Leicester
Tickets: there’s still weekend and day tickets available – you can buy them on the door, through We Got Tickets or by calling the railway direct on 01773 747674 (9am-5pm, 7 days a week).
We’ll be back after the festival with all the gossip, reviews, photos, videos etc. We’d love to hear from you, so please send your fave youtube links, embarassing pictures and everything else to email@example.com
See you in the disco carriage!