The People’s Front Room was fantastic entertainment but prone to powercuts fortunately the pianist pulled out an acoustic guitar. He followed this tune with three Monty Python songs, including The Bright Side Of Life.
Author: Dan Davies 23Member Since: 2010-08-24 11:23:46
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Half of the fun of Shambala Festival is discovery. Move away from the main stages and you can find some real musical treats scattered around the site. Here we came across a rap session, in the Bunker Bar.
The stage crew heard that the site would be closed until 2pm tomorrow at the same time as the public this morning. Although much of the staging and equipment had already been unloaded, a vehicle ban came into place at around 9am. It is thought that the ban is to stop the soft ground being churned up.
Despite the lack of vehicle access, work is still steadily continuing. It is expected that the main stage (taken by Urban Audio Pro yesterday) will be up and running when the gates open. Cha Wallah’s has not managed to completely set up but a few bars, including the reggae tent, are playing music.
People who have used the shuttle bus service have been granted access to the site but numbers are being kept to a minimum until the rescheduled opening time.