30 July 2013

Creative and experiential!

Over the weekend, our Account Exec Luke went along to ‘The Secret Garden Party’ – a four day celebration of art, music, creativity and nature set in the grounds of a Georgian farmhouse in Cambridgeshire.

As we talked in the office about creative events and the power of experiences, here’s a snapshot of the weekend – one for the calendar next year!

“I’ve been a keen festivalgoer since my early teens, and have put on my wellies for Glastonbury and Reading festivals before to name a few, but never have I had an experience quite like The Secret Garden Party.

The mix of crazy outfits, weird and wonderful people, mind blowing art installations and incredible music acts like Django Django and Regina Spektor, really recharge the creative ‘battery’ and inspire creative thoughts.

My highlight was Saturday evening, standing on a hill with all of my friends, underneath a 15ft statue of big bird from Sesame Street, overlooking the lake, watching a pirate ship, (on which festival revelers had been dancing on only a few hours before) go up in flames, set against the backdrop of incredible music and the best firework display I’ve ever seen.

I can’t recommend it enough; I have been converted and will soon be buying my ticket for next year. Hope to see you there!”

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