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Written on: 28/07/2009
Global Gathering 2009
Started with a 4 hour queue to get in . Caused by having one entrance and six people putting wristbands on the 50 thousand atendees. We ere lucky some people queued for 7 hours.. and missed some of the acts.
The acts / atmosphere was brilliant .
There was a lack of security in the campsite . pretty much every tent around us was robbed.
Dominos pizza set up a stall :o) they cahrged £6 per SLICE of pizza.
Despite saying you could take soft drinks in , these were… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/08/2006 by Sheree666 (1 review written)
Godskitchen Global Gathering was such an amazing Rave! I'm from Perth Australia and we have nothing like this back home! I thinkl I will fly back for next years!… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/09/2005 by sullbagno (1 review written)
Gods Kitchen Global Gathering in Ireland was the best rave I was ever at I'm already on my way to the one in 2006… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2005 by danielslater (1 review written)
Now I believe the one massive improvement that could be made, would be a seperate entrance for campers. We paid our £90, to have to go through all the queues for the campsite, then cue with everybody. Saturday was rubbish. Apart from that, Godskitchen pulled of the best festival of the year! Can't wait until next year!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2005 by fiona81 (1 review written)
The worlds best DJ's all in one place, and they all played quality sets. The atmosphere was out of this world, you could just tell that everyone was having the time of their lives! I don't think this could be beaten anywhere. The attractions were really good, with water rides and a bungee jump. There were lots of stalls and shops, selling all kinds of mad and unusual stuff (at quite reasonable prices, and the DJ's never failed to surprise us! My favourite sets were played by; Judge Jules, Armin… Read Full Review