BESTIVAL 2008 SPECIAL GUEST ANNOUNCED – RAIN

4 September 2008

It is going to rain like a cunt at Bestival. With heavy showers forecast for Friday, and light showers and hammering winds for Saturday and Sunday. It is supposed to improve on Monday, when everyone leaves.

Bestival tickets were being advertised on Ebay and Gumtree between £130 – £200 up until today, now only reaching between £60 and £90. If you like wet windy festivals and bargains, get in there.

Forecast from BBC

Forecast from BBC

From the MET Office website –

Friday –

“Cloudy with occasionally heavy rain spreading from the south together with strong and gusty southeasterly winds. Heavy rain will clear to sunny spells and scattered showers later in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 17 °C.”

Friday – Monday

“Generally unsettled on Saturday and Sunday with scattered, locally heavy showers or longer spells of rain and strong winds at times. It should become drier and brighter on Monday.”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/5day.shtml?id=3160

Wet festivals are not nearly as fun

Wet festivals are not nearly as fun

This will be my first year of non-attendance, this forecast has really cheered me up.

I still have Friday and Monday off work to kick back, relax, and enjoy the benefit of dry socks and electricity. Enjoy trudging around in mud all weekend and sleeping in a damp tent.

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4 Responses to “BESTIVAL 2008 SPECIAL GUEST ANNOUNCED – RAIN”

  1. n01d Says:

    Oh, and WET WET WET

    geddit?

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