Phew! We’d been in such a high state of over-excitement for so long we just couldn’t see how it was going to live up to all our expectations……but it did, and much, much more besides! From MJ Hibbett’s hilarious My Exciting Life in Rock in the tea tent on Friday, to Los Campesinos’ storming performance on Sunday evening, the whole weekend was just a perfect concoction of wonderful new music, glorious weather, steam train fun, friendly faces, enthusiastic dancing, impromptu singalongs and fruity real ale!
Congratulations to Stuart for organising such a perfect festival, and thanks to all the bands, volunteers, railway staff and everyone else who’s helped with the organisation and helped spread the word. And most importantly, thanks to everyone for coming along and helping make Indietracks one of the most friendly and welcoming festivals around.
No doubt you’re itching to upload your photos, videos and reviews from the festival, so here’s a few things which might be handy:
Anorak forum: there’s a special area where you can discuss your favourite highlights from the festival:Anorak Indietracks discussions
Indietracks Flickr group: share your photos with other Indietracks festival-goers here: www.flickr.com/groups/indietracks
Videos: if you made any videos, it would be wonderful if you could send them, or your YouTube link, to:email@example.com
Reviews: no doubt many of you will be writing for your own fanzines, but for those who would like to write for a piece for our blog, e-mail us at :firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll be posting up reviews, photos and videos over the next few days, but in the meantime here are a few of our favourite photos posted up so far……..
Ballboy on the outdoor stage. Photo: Emmlpop
The crowd at the Church stage dancing along to Darren Hayman. Photo:Smith of Smiths
Over-excited KateGoes fans go POP! Photo:Sweeping the Nation