By Jodie Boyd 

If you already read our previous blog post, 5 Great Festival Aftermovies of 2017, you probably already know that there's no better way to reminisce the festivals of yesteryear by watching some amazing professional aftermovies which capture the highlights and spirit of what festivals are all about! Our previous blog post was put together in November, before a lot of festivals had the chance to produce their aftermovies. Consider this Part 2 as we've put together a list of 5 more great festival aftermovies of 2017.

So, once again - sit back and enjoy!

1. Wilderness

Location:
Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire
Date:
2-5 August 2018

Dubbed as one of the UK's poshest festivals, Wilderness boasts a huge variety of creative experiences and performances, not to mention Michelin-starred dining. Grace Jones, Two Door Cinema Club, and Bonobo Live were 2017 headliners. The festival offers a payment plan scheme and discounted team tickets. We attended this one so check out our review for the lowdown. Here's the aftermovie, set to Flamingods 'Jungle Birds'. Website

 

2. Latitude

Location:
Henham Park, Southwold
Date:
12-15 July 2018

Winner of Best Major Festival at the UK Festival Awards in 2017 and previously Best Family Festival, Latitude is a festival for all and is known for offering high quality artists across the board, including music, comedy, arts and poetry. 2017 headlines included Mumford and Sons, Fleet Foxes and The 1975. This festival also offers a payment instalment scheme. Website

3. Truck Festival

Location:
Hill Farm, Oxfordshire
Date:
20-22 July 2018

Set in the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside, Truck Festival is regarded as one of the UK's longest running and most popular small music festivals. 2017 headliners included Franz Ferdinand and The Libertines. Check out the aftermovie below, set to 'Give Up' by TRASH. Website

4. Sundown

Location:
Norfolk Showdown, Norwich
Date:
31 August - 2 September 2018

Sundown offers some of the biggest live acts and DJs from the pop and urban music scene at this 20,000-capacity festival, which saw Craig David and Pendulum headlining in 2017. A group discount and payment instalment plan is available. Website

5. NASS

Location:
Bath & West Showground, Somerset
Date:
5-8 July 2018

NASS is an action sports and music festival, showcasing international pro-skate and BMX competitions as well as live and curated street art. The first line-up drop for this year includes Dizzee Rascal and Run DMC. Check out the aftermovie, which features music from Apres. Website


Did you go to any of these festivals last year? What did you think?

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