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Rhythm Tree 2017

Family friendly festival






Rhythm tree is a family friendly music festival with over 70 acts performing over the weekend. This included headline acts from lightning seeds, blockheads and more. Not only that but you also get free parking, free camping plus children go free too! The festival is situated at three gates farm on the Isle of Wight. With the music acts spread over 4 stages from mid day to evening, there's so much time to do stuff with the kids in between; face painting, rides, sand pit, Lego, messy play, carnival characters, the lady ship stage with children's entertainers dancing and signing, etc. It was our first festival together as a family, mine and Poppy's first ever festival! It was pretty special too as we also celebrated our 1 year wedding anniversary.






There was a wide variety of food stalls, boutique clothing stalls, jewellery, costume, henna including a massage parlour! I must admit all the food from the festival looked and smelled amazing! They had veggie bus, gluten free, Chinese, Mexican, bangers and mash, healthy stalls...everything you can think of in one space! I had the Tarka Dahl on the Sunday night which was delicious I also had pulled pork on the side as I wanted to try as much as I could. For pudding we had candy floss and doughnuts, like I said, I wanted to try as much as I could.






I hope you enjoyed the read 
Lots of love 
Natasha 
xXx 








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