Tag Archive: Festival

Searching for Sugarman

I FINALLY got a chance to watch the Swedish produced Academy Award-winning documentary Searching for Sugarman, on my flight from Cape Town to Stockholm. And I FINALLY understand the hype! What a moving… Continue reading

On my way…Way Out West!

I am on the bus to Gothenburg, Sweden. I have no idea what is in my bag, or if the clothes I stuffed down are even clean. I left 5 cases of things… Continue reading

No Coachella (but FF & WOW!)

I won’t be going to Coachella (in LA in April) this year either. As if I have ever had the money or time. But it always hurts to read the line-up. There is… Continue reading

Rocking the daisies

shifts in the grass waltzing my Darling infinite skies and wound up guitars we have come a long way to be Rocking the Daisies lets gather the hay un tie your laces rolling… Continue reading

Life is a festival!

Way Out West is the just the coolest festival! Sure, it’s no Lollapalooza, Coachella, SXSW or Glastonbury. But it is Swedish; well organized, ambitious, clean, eco-friendly, cool. No junkies or obnoxious people that… Continue reading

Bring it on!

LCD Soundsystem, Miike Snow, M.I.A, Local Natives, Beach House, Mumford & Sons, Jónsi, Wu-Tang Clan, The Soundtrack of Our Lives + Göteborg Philharmonic Orchestra, The xx, Håkan Hellström, Lykke Li, The National, La… Continue reading

Music is my mantra!

Music Music Music. Music is my Mantra! And man, is there good music around the bend! Not only did the lovely Maia Hirasawa pop out of a box a few nights singing “And… Continue reading

I’m up in the woods

W.O.W! Yes, the name speaks for itself. The festival had all the right ingredients, like a fresh summer’s drink, stirred with a flashy straw and enjoyed in the company of good friends. The… Continue reading

Festival Pics

Way Out West

I can’t decide what I am mostly excited about;  traveling to the west coast and Gothenburg, seeing some of my all time best friends, going to Sweden’s coolest festival, dancing the nights away… Continue reading