See British Summertime At Its Best With These Shambala PhotosArticle by: Marcus Barnes|@mgoldenbarnes
Wed August 31, 2016 | 00:00 AM
British summertime sounds like a joke to some people. Outside of the British Isles, it's often rumoured that it does nothing but rain here. True, we do have some utterly miserable weather for part of the year, but we also have some sunny days amongst all the greyness. Luckily for eager UK festies, Shambala was doused in sunrays this past weekend, which also happened to be a Bank Holiday, so even more reason to let loose and enjoy festival adventure at this countryside event.
Shambala is a four-day trip into the wild, where around 7,000 people take advantage of a space where self-expression and uninhibited joviality are encouraged to the fullest. The organizers aim to epitomize all that is positive about festival culture by promoting unity, creativity, inclusivity and accessibility to all ages, races and genders.
That's why Shambala – which we hold dear to our hearts not only for its inclusive ethos, but also for its staunch eco-conscious policies – provides fun for the whole family, with kids romping across the site in wild costumes with smiles smeared across their faces just as much as adults, and even some grandparents. It's the perfect example of how great summertime vibes can bring everyone together, and here's a selection of photos to show you exactly what we mean.
Photo by: Samantha Milligan