This was my first ever festival experience and it was amazing!
My kind of music, my kind of people, and Bondax were amazing.
The venue was well thought out, and there were enough stands for food and drinks that you didn't have to queue too long.
It's an excellent alternative if you can't take too many days off work and you hate camping.
Definitely going back next year.
Love box Festival isn't just a music festival, It's much more than that.
It's an escape with all it's beery, sweaty glory.
In the midsummer Victoria Park played host to a crowd of beery, sweaty, joyous, feeling the love group of people, coming to take in hours upon hours of great music performed live by some of the greatest artists and DJ''s around.
A sweltering dustbowl of Victoria park was full of vivid colours, four stage, fun fair, food Stalls, merchandise. As we groove to the first tent heavy dancing and beats session was to tantalising to miss.
Once that was finished, we tucked into a delicious Ostrich burger. Then stroll toward the fairground rides and after recovering from the rides and my organs had settled down from the ordeal we dancing our way into another tent where we bump into random people and started up a dancing frenzy and left.... hehehe....!
Bopped over to the Main Stage in between, were Alunageogre D,anglo and Plan. B performed.
Pretty decent weekend offering in surprisingly lovely surroundings of Victoria Park, Hackney, East London.
It pretty easy to get here (if you know the way from the station!!), just 20 minutes from Camden Road on the overground service, and only 1 pound!
We had lots of fun on Saturday watching Manu Chao, Groove Armada, Lethal Bizzle, and possible Wiley!
Can't give it 5 stars because of the really stupidly long bar queues, but the rest of the setup is pretty pleasant, and the atmosphere is chilled, no trouble at all.
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