Thursday, 22 August 2013

V festival music

V FESTIVAL !!!!!!  Twas everything i could hope it would be. The music was phenomenal, the place was absolutely huge. Choosing to go to Chelmsford over Weston was definitely a better choice for me. Not only was it like 40 Minutes journey from my house but it was by far the better place.
The chelmsford site is huge, well organised and the fact there was some celebrities, not just the ones preforming, at the festival made it feel more dynamic and exclusive. Me and my friends saw Tom Pearce, I had no idea who he was, and Jordan Dunn as we walked between the stages. Of course the main reason we where there was the music and here are who i saw at V festival.

Saturday 

The Fratellis
James
Paloma Faith
Jessie Ware
Labrinth
Fun
The Courteeners
Beyonce

Sunday 
Lawson
The Saturdays
5ive
John Newman
Tom Odell
Olly Murz
Rudimental
The Vaccines
Emeli Sande 
Stereophonics
Kings of Leon


So Quite a long list of people and to be honest no one really disappointed me but there was a few who definitely stood out for me.
Jessie Ware- Being in the arena stage was properly best for Jessie and the crowd really got behind her. Loved her and gutted i missed her with Katy b

Fun- Who sound so much better live than there album which is quite strange.

Beyonce- Even being 20 minutes late and having 5 costume changes when she was on stage she was explosive.

John Newman - up and coming mr Newman is definitely one to watch and while it is annoying that only 1 of his songs has be released his new music sounded promising and he sure can slide and dance his way around the stage.

Rudimental- The Hackney band were on fine form and with the crowd going pretty mental over all of there hits this was a act well worth visiting. I was also really surprized that one of the band members can really sing yet he was no where over the album I don't think so anyway.

Emeli Sande - With her debut album being the album of Last year it was no surprise this talented Lady gave one hell of a performance and with a number of hits preformed there was not one dull moment.

Stereophonics- These welsh boys could have well easily headlined the festival if it wasnt for them playing there new music for about half of the gig and while it sounded good the classics stereophonics went down amazing with the crowd and band singing along to dakota and Mr right.

Kings of Leon - Kings a great way to describe one of the best bands in this moment in time. They only sung there new song supersoaker and preformed a large collection of there old songs and with a huge catalogue to pick from of some amazing songs this was well and true worth missing out on calvin harris and basement Jaxx for.





TTFN xx

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