There's about 99% probability of me going (as usual) Anyways, as far as the accomodation goes, I think you're gonna have a hard time trying to find anything even remotely close to the festival site now as most of the hotels/air bnb's in the nearby towns get booked in the first week after the date of the festival is announced. But hey, you might get lucky! If there's any other specific info you'd be interested in, don't hesitate to ask James
^While I agree to some extent with you, it is a bit exhausting to be camping on festivals as long as this. This one's also a bit specific - the camping site is literally next to the festival area so there's always at least some level of noise present, it's a former airfield and it usually gets pretty hot around this time of the year, so it's hard to hide from the sun there as well. I've done camping for the last two years and tbh I would prefer not to this year, but will most likely have to again The best option seems to have a camping van there anyways
Went 2 years ago and i fully agree with you.. campsite was absolutely brutal heatwise!! and it's not like other festivals... where there is stuff going on in the day worth seeing. It's a case of sitting round trying to find an inch of shade just outside your tent, grim
Guys im thinking of going alone, this will be my first time at Let it Roll.
Would you recommend it?