Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Faux-Chella: My Perfect Music Festival


If you know me or you've read some of my previous posts, you'll know that I'm a huge music lover and there's nothing I enjoy more than going to concerts and festivals. 

When I saw that TickPick, an American company which allows music and sports fans to purchase and sell concert tickets and NFL tickets online, was running a Fauxchella dream festival line up, I jumped at the opportunity because it seemed like it'd be so much fun to do!

There are so many different artists from different genres that I would love to feature in the one festival, however there would've been far too many for one poster! So, I decided to make my dream festival with some of my favourite bands.

Of course, me being the big fan of All Time Low that I am, I had to make them the headline act. I know that they're amazing live, I love their music and I think they're really good at interacting with the crowd - something that I love when I'm at concerts. Twenty One Pilots, 5SOS, The Vamps and Panic! At The Disco are another 4 bands that I've seen live before. Like All Time Low, I know that they are incredible live and I'd love to hear them again. All of them in one concert would just be perfect! 

I also had to be a little bit patriotic and add in the Northern Irish band, Snow Patrol. I've loved them for years and although we're both from Northern Ireland, I've never seen them perform live (only received a phone call from my sister whilst they were performing). Kodaline are another band, this time from the Republic of Ireland who I'd love to see live. The lead singer has a really original voice and they write such beautiful songs. 

I can only imagine how amazing the atmosphere would be whilst The Killers are performing. I could imagine the whole crowd screaming out their lyrics, because who doesn't know their biggest tunes like 'Mr Brightside', 'Are We Human' or 'Somebody Told Me'?

I was very disappointed when I couldn't see Busted on their 'Pigs Can Fly' tour as they were one of the first bands I liked as a child, so to hear them play some of their best songs, such as 'Year 3000', 'What I Go To School For' and 'Crashed the Wedding', at a festival would be amazing. 

It seems like everyone and their grandmother likes The 1975, and I am no exception. I feel like at a festival they would get the whole crowd pumped up as most people (if not everyone) would know their songs such as 'Chocolate' and 'The Sound'. 

What would be your perfect music festival?

Sarah-Michelle x 

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