in no particular order - Wild Life Festival, Brighton (actually Shoreham Airport)
Rodigan - excellent
Gorgon City dj set - excellent
Fat Boy Slim - great.....
Steflon Don - great, love her stuff still waiting for her first album - bit too much auto tune live though.
Stormzy - really really good - know how to get a crowd going.
Damian Marley - really good, sound so much like his Dad
Rag 'n' Bone Man - didn't expect to like this but I did, think i'll get the album,,,,,,
Giggs - pretty good.
Dizzee Rascal - grime stuff was ok, but as his new album shows, has gone all "pop" - got bored so left halfway through.
Chaka Khan - washed up
Clean Bandit - not bad, worth seeing
Hannah Wants (dj) excellent as was Bonzai.
Would we go again? Maybe depends on the acts - it was worth it, but in some ways the festival was too big.....
Next up Kraftwerk
26th May - Unthanks - Barbican Centre
28th May - Specials/Toots & the Maytals - Hatfield Forum
2nd June - Gorillaz - Alban Arena
3rd June - Field Day festival - Victoria Park, London for half day (mainly to see Death Grips)
3rd June - Depeche Mode - London Stadium
9th/10th June - Brighton Wildlife - Brighton
21st June - Kraftwerk - Royal Albert Hall
8th July - Wireless Festival (for Skepta, Wiley, Sean Paul et al) - Finsbury Park
16th July - Folk by the Oak - Hatfield House
21st July - Toots and the Maytals - De La Warr pavilion Bexhill
30th October - London Grammar - O2 Brixton
6th December Gorillaz @ The O2