Heartbreaking News About Boomtown Fair

Today Boomtown Fair announced the devastating news that they would have to postpone Boomtown Fair’s ‘Chapter One: The Gathering’ It was due to be held on 10-14 August 2021. Many festivals have been holding out for the government to green light insurance, in case of canceling due to lockdowns/the virus. Unfortunately, this has not happenedContinue reading “Heartbreaking News About Boomtown Fair”

Victorious Festival

27/28/29 AUGUST 2021 Victorious is held down on the seaside city of Portsmouth, Hampshire. Started by 3 friends, James Ralls, Ben Miles and Andy Marsh, they started out with the famous Little Johnny Russell’s, in Albert Road, Southsea. I went to the first ever Victorious Festival, when it was held inside the Historical Dockyard. The dockyardContinue reading “Victorious Festival”

The Gathering – Boomtown Fair 2021

Boomtown/ˈboom·taʊn/ noun: A living theatre that ignites imagination and inspires the emergence of a better world through respect, connection, creativity and celebration.  Boomtown announces Chapter One: The Gathering Chapter One: The Gathering A deep part of human connection and celebration throughout the millennia has been a gathering of people. Connecting through shared experiences of dance and song. Before there wasContinue reading “The Gathering – Boomtown Fair 2021”

Competition Time – Bottles

“It’s not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me.” – Batman Well over here at Seaside Retro, we love saving the planet. One little thing you can do, which will have a huge impact is to get a reusable bottle! Well the lovely people over at Onegreenbottle, Squidmoo and Moon Bottle haveContinue reading “Competition Time – Bottles”

Festivals and Bottles

“Cant be a mermaid without water.” One of the things we sometimes forget is how important drinking enough water is. Did you know around 60 million plastic bottles end up in landfills every single day, and Americans alone send more than 38 billion water bottles to landfills every year, the equivalent of 912 million gallons of oil.** One bottle canContinue reading “Festivals and Bottles”