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“This could be a great Festival”

Written on: 04/07/2012

Beatherder is a good festival but after having read previous years' reviews one wonders, whether this is still the same festival. The biggest gripe is, that one gets searched just about every time one wants to go anywhere, the worst being upon arrival. After parking your car you end up taking all your kit on a mile long hike which gets interrupted by being thoroughly searched. If you are unlucky enough to need two or three trips be prepared to be searched again and again. Therefore setting… Read Full Review

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Written on: 26/07/2010 by sophiemcadam (1 review written)



If you were to take a group of creative artists and music-lovers, feed them acid and ask them to brainstorm their ideas for the best festival on earth, then you might get somewhere close to imagining the wacky carnival of 'Beats and Barminess' that is The Beat-Herder festival.

Born five years ago out of Bradford's underground party scene, The Beat-Herder is funded by an independent group of friends and held in the beautiful rolling hills of the Ribble Valley, Lancashire. With no corporate… Read Full Review

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