Last weekend was the annual Country to Country festival at the O2 in London, and the 5th consecutive year that I’ve attended. Continue reading
Last weekend I went – for the third consecutive year – to the C2C (Country 2 Country) festival at the O2 in London.
My Christmas present to the rest of the family: Tickets to see Bryan Adams playing live at the O2 Arena in Greenwich.
Back in March at the Country to Country festival Sasha McVeigh was playing on one of the pop-up stages.
I’ve made it an annual tradition since my first year of university: A visit to the Cheltenham Jazz Festival in May – and the Cheltenham Literature Festival in October.
I went to London yesterday, to see the first day of the annual C2C Country to Country music festival at the O2 Arena.
Boxing Day has arrived – the Turkey has been eaten, and there is still lots of cheese left over. (I’ll have the smoked Applewood please).
This time next week, it will be Christmas Day – and I suspect the kitchen will be very busy as we get ready for Christmas Dinner, which we nearly always have in the evening.
Last night was of course the annual Eurovision Song Contest, and this year’s event was held in Malmö (not the umlaut) after Sweden won last year.
This first weekend in May sees the return of the annual Cheltenham Jazz Festival, and for the second year in a row I got a ticket to see the live Friday Night Is Music Night concert.