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★★☆☆☆

“Global Gathering 2009 ”

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.

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★★★★★

“Godskitchen Global Gathering was such an amazing Rave!...”

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

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“Gods Kitchen Global Gathering in Ireland was the best...”

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

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“Now I believe the one massive improvement that could...”

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

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Fiona81's Response to danielslater's Review

Written on: 19/08/2005

Hi, I agree with the majority of your review. Godskitchen Global Gathering was amazing, in fact (having been to every Godskitchen Global Gathering so far), I think it's the best one they've ever done. The food was expensive, but like you say... who the hell is there to eat!!? That's probabaly the reason why the food is so expensive... because they don't sell much of it!
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I agree with you on the fact that they need a separate entrance for the campers, it was unfair having to queue twice!! especially as we paid more?! We should have priority! Another thing is... if you were going from the campsite into the event... it was a very long walk, it felt like we were walking round the outside of the whole event! there should be a short cut!
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The one thing I don't agree on, was when you said you thought saturday was rubbish, Tiesto played on saturday? And all the other best dj's... JJ, PVD, Armin Van Buuren and Eddie Halliwell etc... Although that really depends on what kind of music your into I suppose.
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To all readers... If your into this, then I strongly recommend creamfields, Speke old airfield, liverpool, saturday august 27th its gonna be amazing!!!

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Danielslater's Response to danielslater's Review

Written on: 22/08/2005

Reading the comments on my review which are appreciated. I just need to make it clear Ive read my comments and understand the misunderstanding Saturday was amazing Tiestos been my fav for years seen him 4 times this year When I say saturday was rubbish I mean going through all the cueing again I'm quite inpatient once I was in I HAD THE BEST TIME IN THE WORLD Carnt wait for creamfields

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★★★★★

“The worlds best DJ's all in one place, and they all...”

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

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Danielslater's Response to fiona81's Review

Written on: 22/08/2005

100% Correct

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★☆☆☆☆

“This was amateur. Godskitchen are money grabbing...”

Written on: 09/08/2005 by Ants in his pants (2 reviews written)

This was amateur. Godskitchen are money grabbing gangsters… Read Full Review

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Fiona81's Response to Ants in his pants's Review

Written on: 13/08/2005

This obviously just wasn't your kind of festival. Godskitchen... Amateur??? You obviously have absolutely no idea what your talking about, Godskitchen are up there with the best and are undoubtedly the best and biggest club in Britain and this festival was the best dance festival in recent years. There were no bands there because it is a 'Dance festival' and we don't want bands there and these 'people who play records' just happen to be the worlds best dj's who cost anything up to £20,000 per set; another reason for high price beer. Did you actually know which event you were going to??? If you went to watch bands play then you must of took a wrong turn.
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<br>The price of beer was high because they don't want little drunks running riot everywhere causing trouble and fighting etc.. They ran out of beer and diluted the vodka for the same reason.
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<br>There were flood lights everywhere?? I don't know where you were walking, the only places that weren't lit are the places that your not supposed to go! Did you G/F sprain her ankle in one of these unlit places by any chance?
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<br>All toilets were portaloos, I don't think I have ever seen a portaloo with a light in! This is an outdoor music festival, what do you expect??? Clean toilet blocks with marble seats and toilet attendants??!
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<br>In the camping section they had 4 massive big wheelie bins its just that people were too lazy to take their rubbish to them. Inside the event I was actually quite surprised at how many litter pickers there were.
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<br>Next time you plan go to an event like this, call at specsavers before reading the flyer as you obviously misread... did you expect Tiesto to bring his drum kit? Or Judge Jules to bring his guitar??!

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Cosmo's Response to Ants in his pants's Review

Written on: 21/08/2006

Ants seems to be the only one making a valid argument. Simply because you don&#039;t mind exorbitant prices, don&#039;t care about being served watered-down drinks, etc., does not mean the criticisms are invalid. I&#039;ve never been to a dance festival because the very idea makes my skin crawl, but I have been to every other major UK festival (4 this summer alone) and several ones outside the UK and it seriously annoyes me (being polite) to no end when they don&#039;t light the carpark because you can spend an hour looking for your car. And I don&#039;t get why they would water down the vodka and try to pass it off as regular vodka - that sounds dodgy and is false advertising. They should be far more concerned about the numnuts running around off their heads on illegal drugs. And I haven&#039;t been in a festival portaloo that was not lit in about 7 years (Glasto &#039;99 in fact). As a female, knowing how boys can&#039;t aim after a few drinks, being able to see inside those things is essential otherwise Lord knows what you sit in or what your trousers may fall in. Eew.

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253735_Matty1979's Response to Ants in his pants's Review

Written on: 02/08/2006

you blatently do not appreciate dance music and Global do you dude?!!! I have been to 8 dance festivals, including Homelands 3 times, Creamfields and Global, this was by far the best i have ever been to. The atmosphere was electric, the Djs on offer were beyond belief and as for the beach stage...WOW! You need to attend some more to appreciate how good Global 2006 was!! Anyone else agree??

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Danielslater's Response to Ants in his pants's Review

Written on: 22/08/2005

Well all I can say is dont bother going next year.. If you spent as much time relaxin and enjoying the fact that its the best festival around and all the best DJ's are there you would have a far better time.
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<br>Godskitchen have been going years and are one of the best so to say there money grabbers is wrong.
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<br>STOP MOANIN OR JUST DONT BUY A TICKET

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Ants In His Pants's Response to Ants in his pants's Review

Written on: 15/08/2005

Hi Fiona
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I know not to expect bands, and that really wasn't an issue I have been going to raves since 1990. It was in the form the question "What bands were headlining?" That is all. I don't give care about top name dj's who command massive money to play records. They simply aren't worth it, as most have hardly any skill, though some are musicians like Fat Boy Slim. They are laughing at the mugs who pay them £20,000 for a set. A lot of people don't get that as an annual salary. Next point: The car park was not lit, and that is where my girlfriend tripped up in the dark. There were no lights where we were told to park. No indications of which way to go, just guided by the lights of the fairground in the distance. WE were not trespassing. I accept your reasons for diluting the vodka, but not to then charge £5 for it as it was only water. I agree that the price of beer will help prevent drunkeness, and therefore loutish behaviour, but why did you run out of the stuff? I couldn't buy a second can! Now, if you go to The Big Chill, which is in a stunning setting, by the way the place is spotless, and the portaloos are lit inside! There are bins & recycling containers, and dozens of litter clearers working non stop. They don't run out of beer either. That is a professional outfit.

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