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5 Reasons Why Scotland’s Wildfire Festival Is Leading The Way!

Wildfire Festival 2015; things are looking toasty in Scotland!

4. It’s only going to get better!

Source // Wildfire

Source // Wildfire

Now in its 4th year, Wildfire Festival, formerly known as Les-Fest, is growing stronger and stronger. With any money made being invested back into the following years event, the organisers are in this for long haul and you can expect Wildfire to come back bigger and better with each successive year.

Imagine the line-ups we could be seeing if Wildfire keeps growing at its current rate; Download, Bloodstock and Sonisphere (when operational) could have some serious competition in the near future.

With an already fearsome reputation for providing a festival experience like no other, the sheer passion and commitment demonstrated by the Wildfire team can only lead to one thing….total domination (in a musical sense, we don’t think they’re planning on invading England).

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I love metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

4 Comments on 5 Reasons Why Scotland’s Wildfire Festival Is Leading The Way!

  1. 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!

    • Chris Jennings // May 22, 2015 at 5:37 pm // Reply

      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/

  2. 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 🙂

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