If you were lucky enough to be one of the five thousand students who enjoyed a day full of revelry, great music and an atmospheric thunderstorm (in true English festival style) at last year’s Summer Party, then we’re sure you will already be eagerly counting down the days until the 4th June.
For those of you missed out, fear not because this year’s Summer Party is going to be bigger and better than ever before. From back-stage interviews, frontline pictures, reviews and commentary, Impact’s coverage of the day will make sure you don’t miss a thing, leading up to, during and after the biggest student campus festival in Europe.
This year’s headline acts, Chase and Status, Example and Feeder, are sure to expel all painful memories of long days and nights trapped in Hallward. However if that doesn’t suit your tastes, Summer Party has far more to offer. The Detonate and Crisis vs Ocean tents, along with fairground rides, inflatable games and the new fancy dress parade, will ensure that this ‘student Glastonbury’ will offer something for everyone.
In the days leading up to the event Impact will be giving you a rundown of all the acts playing on the day, as well as exclusive interviews with the organisers and top tips on how to make the most out of the day. Backstage interviews and reviews of the bands will be available the morning after Summer Party, in addition to hundreds of snaps of all festival-goers and celebrities alike, so you can continue to relive the mayhem when you’re nursing a hangover the following day.
So, during your last week of reluctant revision, what better way to procrastinate than to keep following Impact’s coverage on our Facebook and Twitter pages (details at top of page). The Impact team also want to hear any questions you have for your favourite bands, so please send them in to [email protected]
If you haven’t already got your ticket, get online now as you don’t want to be missing out on this. With a loyal Impact team at your side, our full coverage will ensure that your amazing day is not forgotten!
Becky Hutter and Jack Gilbert