Leeds Festival 2015


Festival season is over & oh, what a way to go out! 3 rainy days into September and I already long for the hazy summer days of listening to music with a cold cider in hand. This year was my sixth time at Leeds Fest & I have to say it didn't disappoint, for once the sun was shining & there wasn't a drop of mud in sight.

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After a slightly delayed start, we managed to all the way there before we realised we'd forgot the bloody tickets, we made it to the main stage just in time for Panic!'s set (Brendon Urie back-flipping? Sweet Jesus!). As is my luck, the two things I wanted to see clashed so we spent the majority of the day chilling at the main stage; Bastille were a highlight whereas Mumford & Sons were a snooze fest & I can't help but wish I'd gone to see the whole of Knife Party's set instead. My favourite performance of the day had to be Limp Bizkit, my little mosher heart couldn't take it! What better way to end Leeds Fest than with a mosh pit in the NME tent?

Kaftan: Joanna Hope @ Simply Be // Cami: Simply Be // Shorts: ASOS // Belt: ASOS // Jacket: Simply Be // Wellies: Hunter // Bag: Simply Be // Sunglasses: ASOS

Until next year!

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  1. Sounds like a great time! You ladies look lovely in your kimonos and flower crowns! I've yet to go to a proper music festival which is really sad considering Bonaroo is a 30 minute drive away. lol

    <3 Liz