Exclusive one-off London Bestival Party for 2010
Curated by Rob da Bank at Koko, London, Saturday 20th March 2010
Wednesday 27 January 2010
Festivals are increasingly spreading all year round, and while nothing can quite match those "will it, won't it" wellies and rain decisions, that's not to say you'll be short of a festival atmosphere at one of a number of festival parties. So, first up is Bestival's offering with
Back To The Future...
This year's Bestival launch party is taking place at KOKO in Camden on Saturday 20th March, and while the 2010 fancy dress theme is still under wraps, in honour of these belt-tightening times they're proposing a flashback to the better days (as well as giving you the chance to recycle old costumes!)... So, the choices are:
2005 - Cowboys & Indians
2006 - Circus
2007 - Pirates
2008 - Under The Sea
2009 - Outer Space
LINE UP TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON!
Camp Bestival this year will run from July 30th to August 1st at Lulworth Castle, while the incomparable Bestival returns to the Isle of Wight from the 9th to the 12th September.
Bestival: Back To The Future - £12 in advance / NUS or £15.00 on the door
TICKETS / 0844 888 999 1
Koko - 1A Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JE - 0870 432 5527
Saturday March 20th 2010 - 9.00pm - 3.00am
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