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WHY YOU SHOULD GO TO… Secret Garden Party

WHY YOU SHOULD GO TO… Secret Garden Party

Secret Garden Party is not so secret any more. What started out as a saucy shindizzle of 1000 people in the grounds of a grand Georgian farmhouse seven years ago, is now a world famous music festival, boasting over 15 stages, renowned international talent, interactive creative experiences and unique expressions of contemporary art – frequented by over 26,000 life-loving revellers.

This year’s long awaited event takes place in leafy Cambridgeshire from Thursday 21st– Sunday 24th July and is perfectly located on the picturesque banks of a large, shimmering lake – bordered by lush open fields and scenic woodland glades. Headliners include French synth-pop duo Air, Canadian DJ legend Caribou and Scottish rock band Primal Scream – all set to perform to a beautifully bohemian crowd of flamboyantly dressed frolickers, united by their love of good music and fun times. Other acts set to evoke optimum levels of mass merriment are the sultry singer Shura, Maribou State, Lissie, Milky Chance, La Femme and errybody’s favourite house DJ – Jackmaster.

Happy campers can choose from a massive range of field stations available – from luxury gypsy caravans to inviting tipis or yurts, ideal for couples, groups of buddies or families. Boutique customers can be silently smug in the knowledge that they are only ‘one small step,’ away from their accommodation – straight to the pumping heart of all the action.

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Party people in search of soul-soothing relaxation can soothe weary bodies in the famous Secret Garden Party woodland hot tubs – or take it one step further and lounge about in the UK’s only double decker hot tub bus before getting their feisty festival hair did at Blue Tit – the on-site cult indie hair salon.

Beloved for a plethora of unique creative shenanigans, Secret Garden Party never fails to impress with its vast variety of artistic activities that boggle the mind and entertain the senses. This year’s arts and expression theme – ‘The Gardeners Guide to the Galaxy,’ is set to impress with the help of Guerrilla Science – a team of zany neuroscientists, extra-terrestrial experts, astrophysicists…and giant mutant flies (you better believe it).

Fancy a spot of space yoga, a drugs assault course or an interactive speed sensory dating exploration of love, neuroscience and the senses? Keen to cuddle a live chameleon, snake or tarantula? Always wanted to know what it’s like to book a skiing holiday to Pluto? All is possible at this year’s Secret Garden Party – a festival unlike any other, where anything is possible and everyone is on an unyielding mission to celebrate life – in the most fabulous, eccentric way possible.

 

Secret Garden Party, Thursday 21st– Sunday 24th July, Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 2PH

 

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12 responses to “WHY YOU SHOULD GO TO… Secret Garden Party”

  1. Personally I like going places where I don't speak the language, don't know anybody, don't know my way around and don't have any delusions that I'm in control. Disoriented, even frightened, I feel alive, awake in ways I never am at home.

  2. CCbuscompany says:

    Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.

  3. i am also go to secret party why you have not been?

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  5. Personally I like going places where I don't speak the language, don't know anybody, don't know my way around and don't have any delusions that I'm in control. Disoriented, even frightened, I feel alive, awake in ways I never am at home.

  6. I may disappear leaving behind me no worldly possessions – just a few old socks and love letters, and my windows overlooking Notre-Dame for all of you to enjoy, and my little rag and bone shop of the heart whose motto is 'Be not inhospitable to strangers lest they be angels in disguise.' I may disappear leaving no forwarding address, but for all you know I may still be walking among you on my vagabond journey around the world.

  7. CCbuscompany says:

    It sounds so far away and different. I like different places. I like any places that isn't here.

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