We were stoked to read this fabulous review from the wonderful people at Rhythm & Booze on Tumblr – Thanks!
“…Skata Tones were up next and as their monicker rather suggests the six-piece band fuse high octane ska, reggae and rock for an addictive, energetic sound that urged the an overflowing tent to their feet and duly strut their stuff to the torrent of funky horns, choppy guitars and rubbery rhythms. Despite being relative unknowns the likes of Holiday To The Moon, festival anthem anthem Welcome To Boomtown and Something Real were all received as fan favourites as the tent seemed to groove and holler as one…”
We had so much fun on the Hobgoblin Beer stage at Cheltenham Racecourse, but don’t just take our word for it… The real stars of the show were the wonderful people who packed in to jump and boogie the whole way through! Big love, see you again next year (if not before). #LiveYourLifeUp
Cheers to @rhythmbooze for such nice words.
Wychwood festival takes place annually at Cheltenham Racecourse:
Every year we put on over 100 artists across 4 stages with a deep breath of music styles, as well as over 100 workshops for all ages, a comedy stage, a kids literature festival, a real ale festival, The Headphone Disco every night, great food, optional idyllic camping plus loads more. There is just so much to do for all ages at Wychwood, no wonder it’s the UK’s premier family festival!
“Laid-back family festival in a lovely location.” Sunday Times
“Britain’s most popular family festival.” Sunday Mirror
“The best festival for families.” The Independent
“Goes the extra mile for children.” The Times
“Wychwood has masses going for it, there’s absolutely nothing negative to report about this delightful event, it set the benchmark long ago. Providing an enviable range of quality workshops, masses of entertainment and activities to keep the kids amused and engaged, plenty of respite for parents combined with a great range of musical offerings Wychwood doesn’t put a foot wrong”, Safeconcerts.com
“This has been one life affirming, fun packed festival. A rather wonderful thing indeed”, BBC
“You can go to festivals all over the world, but none will be quite as homely as Wychwood”, The Independent