at the Latitude Festival – Day One

by Mark on 07/17/2014

This is our second Latitude Festival and we’ve learnt from last year – stayed over in a Premier Inn last night as the drive is a killer from home when you end up in a queue on the A12 for 2+ hours. Instead we arrived on site at 1.30pm, loads of camping space and no queues to get wristbands. Camp site is a stark difference from the dust bowl of 2013, fingers crossed the sunshine continues. Not a lot happening on site on Thursday so spent much of the afternoon with a highlighter pen and the programme – not too many conflicts but going to be a busy weekend fitting it all in! The night proved to be a good test for my little Panasonic Lumix GM1, despite the fact I can’t see what I’m taking without my glasses on, it was a case of auto everything and hope it turned out ok – see below. On the Waterfront Stage – clever little illusion of the dancer walking on water accompanying The Irrepressibles. The performance from Ilotopie was ok (described as a ‘surreal floating installations including Dali-esque horses, jousting knights mounted on petals, a flaming apocalyptic angel and a giant gliding Lady of the Lake.’) but no idea what was going on, not as good as last years Thursday night.

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