This Festival Feeling (TFF) is the first truly independent editorial-led, consumer publication to focus specifically on music festivals. It is written by festival-goers for festival-goers and contains news, information and features of festivals in the UK and around the world.
TFF believes that festivals are worth talking about for what they are: we don't really believe that "bands X and Y were great whilst band Z was rubbish because they only played songs from their new record" constitutes valuable festival coverage, instead we believe in covering festivals for what has made them successful - the vibe, the atmosphere, the feeling.
Whether it is in a field in Dorset, multiple venues in Cardiff or a desert in Nevada, the best festivals aren't simply the ones with the biggest names on the bill, they are the ones that invite the punters in and create a cosy, friendly atmosphere. For it is those moments that make you feel part of something special that makes a good festival an unforgettable experience. Increasingly people are sacrificing traditional holidays abroad for a weekend in a field - and they are the greatest weekends of their lives, regardless of whether the sun shines or your tent gets swallowed up with mud.
But we're not just about the fields of southern England, TFF covers the year-round festival calendar, travelling around the world to bring you the feeling of festivals in other cultures, as well as digging out the best city and travelling festivals here at home. Fans of all festivals, whether that be Swn, Dot-to-Dot or Sauti za Busara, will have something to read about in TFF in both our newsletter and here on the website.
No other publication does what TFF does, let us fill that void with the friendliness and warmth that a great festival provides, with more than a dash of great music from bands new and established thrown in for good measure. I hope you stick around.
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