Thursday, 3 September 2015

The final day of Latitude Festival 2015

I suddenly realised that I had not got as far as getting my photos of the third day of the Latitude Festival online. So pushing aside further processing from France and before I get another slew of festival images from the Together the People festival in Brighton this weekend, here is a document of the final day.

Well, it was not quite a full day because we left the festival at 9pm. My wife Shirley had to get into work the next morning and with no real desire to see Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds we escaped after the Manic Street Preachers set. In the camping area we had a Gallagher brothers lookalike next door - soundalike too - so we had to say farewell and make it sound that we'd would really loved to have stayed but unfortunately we just had to go.

All images have been added to my Latitude Festival 2015 gallery.

And when we did go we got to witness a fantastic sunset. I got these images on my phone...

Farewell to the helter skelter
Arriving from the festival campsite just as we were leaving
Look out tower at sunset

Rewind to the start of the day, 12 hours earlier, the queue for the portaloos
Glamping in mini-houses? Or human kennels?
Three different varieties of 'glamp'
These pink tents looked special - but how many were occupied? Seemed too pristine...
Cereal killer cafe, constructed from recycled milk crates
We started with our only visit to the comedy tent - this is Tom Deacon
Relatively local act Izzy's Daughter on the Lake Stage
A Winged Victory for the Sullen on the Radio 6 stage
From Brighton - Theo Verney on the Lake Stage
Collecting litter - probably a job in exchange for tickets
Selfie in the crowd
A brash Bob Geldof and The Boomtown Rats
Sharing smartphone photos
Kwabs on the Radio 6 stage
Sir Bob may have been brash but the crowd seemed to enjoy it all
Great energy from Young Fathers
Vintage costume on show
And spotted glamour
Years & Years and loads of kids on shoulders
Effortless Scandi-cool from Warpaint
The Manics are on stage
Manic Street Preachers
Cymru am Byth!

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