Secret Garden Party Reveals Itself

sgp2 The nights are drawing in and the damp is seeping through the ceiling, but it won’t be long until Summer festival season is upon us again! Today one of the biggest hitters out there, Secret Garden Party, has revealed it’s theme for 2015 – Childish Things – and it has us titilated to say the least. Head Gardener, Fred Fellowes explained the thinking behind the ‘Childish Things’ theme for 2015… “Why are we encouraged so much to grow up and leave, what adults call, the best days of our lives? Not that we needed that much encouragement; we spent our time hurtling towards the ‘next stage’, determined to be bigger, more grown up, older, more mature and tall enough to take the ride. And what have we found? Certainly not all of the freedoms we thought we would.” Needless to say, Secret Garden Party will not be inhibited by a lack of freedom…

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