With dozens of acts across five stages (main stage, indoor stage, Last FM rising stage, The Musician stage and eFestivals Comedy Tent) I was certainly spoilt for choice. My day started off with a ride on the rickshaw to assess the lay of the land and then I went off for a browse through the marquee stores including a thorough hunt for gems in the vintage tents. This is where I discovered Geoff & Mildred Crank (finger puppets). This old knitted duo soon became the mascots for the days adventures (photos below).
Mildred & Geoff Crank
My full review will be uploaded to The Public Reviews website tomorrow but for now here's some opinions from other people at Summer Sundae.
First, I caught up with parents of a member of I am In Love. The couple from Milton Keynes had never been to a festival before.