5 Reasons Why Scotland’s Wildfire Festival Is Leading The Way!
Wildfire Festival 2015; things are looking toasty in Scotland!
Wildfire Festival, Scotland’s only Rock and Metal Festival, is just 5 weeks away so Worship Metal took the opportunity to take a closer look at what this unique festival has to offer.
Believe us when we say very few 3-day events can hold a candle to what these guys are achieving in Scotland and here’s five bloody good reasons why we feel Wildfire Festival are leading the way….
5. It’s held here…..
Drink that in!
Stunning location, great music and a festival that leaves Rock and Metal fans wanting for nothing.
After 3 succesful years, WildFire Festival has moved to a larger site; Wiston Lodge, a former
Victorian Hunting Lodge built in the 1850’s to be precise. Within the 53 acre estate Wildfire promises ample camping and parking space, lodge accommodation, wooden cabins and a purpose built Teepee Camp!
It’s like being a kid again only you also get to drink beer and rock-out; sneaking a sip from your Dad’s can of lukewarm Kestrel Lager and listening to his Lionel Richie albums doesn’t quite compare now does it!
The stunning scenery provided by Wildfire’s unique location just adds to the overall experience.
Great review of a great festival. We take our kids (now 5 & 3) and they have a blast! 2 years ago I sat breastfeeding the baby listening to awesome music… now they run riot & pick daisies! The food vendors are great and not overpriced too!
Thanks Eleanor. The fact that Wildfire is family friendly distances them from the majority of similar festivals and you’re proof positive that they truly do deliver a unique experience. Thanks for reading and commenting \m/
Obviously biased, but we are really trying to shake the tree. Festivals should be totally inclusive for all, value for money and you know what…..a bit of fun. All are welcome and as one of the organisers I can assure you, I usually end up buying everyone a drink? Take that Andy Copping 🙂
Consider that tree offically shaken! Mine’s a Guinness 😉 \m/