Issue 53

Monthly newspaper and online publication targeting 18 to 35 year olds. The ultimate guide to the hottest parties, going out and having fun. Music, fashion, film, travel, festivals, technology, comedy, and parties! London, Barcelona, Miami and Ibiza.

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TRAVEL 7 FESTIVAL 219 7 1 Issue 53 / 2013 Secret Garden party@ East Anglia, Huntingdon 25th - 28th July If you're looking for a festival with a little bit of spark; look no further than The Secret Garden Party. As The Secret Garden Party draws ever closer, the team behind the festival tell its festival-goers to leave reason behind at the Garden gates, as they plan to embrace the festival spanning theme of 'Superstition'. Encouraged to see where lady luck might take you, the theme has been chosen specifically due to the year being 2013; a year generally synonymous with bad luck. Spanning three whole days, you will get the chance to see the likes of Django Django, Regina Spektor and legendary electronic act Faithless headline the main stage, with lots of smaller performances from the likes of 2MANYDJ's, Hadouken and radio favorites Bastille to keep you entertained throughout the weekend. Apart from the great theme and music, The Secret Garden Party is renowned for its arty nature, with the festival full of sculptures, theatre performances and creative spectacles just in case not all the music is exactly 'your thing'. If you are keen to attend, the festival is located 70 miles outside of central London in the East Anglia countryside near Huntingdon. If you are around, make sure you go and check it out! Electric daisy carnival @ queen elizabeth Olympic park 20th July Electric Daisy Carnival, the well-known American dance festival is crossing the Atlantic for the first time and landing its huge dance party in the heart of London! Last summer, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park was home to some of the best athletes on the planet during the 2012 Olympic Games. Fast forward a year; circumstances have changed dramatically as the venue is set to be home not to the Usain Bolt's and Mo Farah's of our world, but some of the biggest house, trance, dance and electro artists the planet has to offer! On June 20th you will be able to experience performances from over 30 DJs from all over the world, including great names such as Tiƫsto, Steve Angello, Nero, Sub Focus and Avicii. The festival was originally formed in 1997 by producer Insomniac and was only held in Los Angeles. However, as the Electric Daisy Carnival brand has grown, the festival has spread massively, with separate legs being audiovisual shows to amaze your eyes too. held across various American cities and now If dance festivals like Creamfields are too far over in the UK too. to travel for your liking, Electric Daisy Carnival To ensure that you have an unforgettable is the perfect alternative. Embrace your inner festival experience, EDC will be bringing the dance and rave fantasies here on June 20th. American spirit to London, blasting colourful life on the Olympic Park with aerial displays, dancers, carnival rides and breathtaking

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