It’s guaranteed that at ANY festival you go to over the summer, your camera will almost definitely be permanently attached to your hand. Festival photos are obligatory, especially for those of you who share my love of alcohol – because let’s face it, you’re not going to remember any festival excitement without photographic evidence after a couple of dodgy ciders you’d turn your nose up at, outside of the festival atmosphere.
So for those of you who usually have to rely on seeing the notification “so and so has tagged 17 photos of you” pop up on Facebook (cue the hour long cringe session as soon as you set your eyes on the ridiculous photos you’ve managed to get taken of yourself) in order for you to see what excitement you got up to, I’ve got the PERFECT festival for you.
Actually, whether you’re a drunken festival mess or just interested in photography/having a good time/expanding your cultural horizons, this festival is pretty much as perfect as you’re going to find one this summer:
A day of fun, photograph, food, drink, music AND more (I know, we’re being spoilt here!), including unlimited use of over 8 different bespoke hand build photobooths such as:
- Dinky Dub Booth (The Campervan Booth)
- The Toddlerbooth (The World’s Smallest Booth)
- The Photostream Booth (Retro with Rivets)
- The Pop Art Booth (Warholesque)
- The Discobooth (Get your GROOVE on)
- The 3D Booth (Put your glasses on NOW)
Plus, as if this wasn’t enough, included in the ticket price are Rough Trade DJ’s, free Powder Puff Girls Maker Over Face Painting, a BBQ, summer eats and treats PLUS much more.
If this event sounds like it’s the kind of thing you want to get involved with (if it’s not, WHY NOT?!), here’s some more information for you:
It takes place on Saturday 21st July 2012
It starts at 10am until 6pm, with a 8pm finish
It’s happening at 7 Ezra Street, London, E2 7RH
Tickets cost £10 per person OR £25 for a family ticket (this qualifies 2 adults and 2 under 13′s) and can be bought here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/org/2411797224?ref=eorgbtn or from Rough Trade and Bean About Town Stalls.
For further information, you can head to any of these websites and you’ll find enough information to keep you going until the big day: