Day 0 - Warm up day

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Iron Maiden

Verdict: The weren't that good. They were OK to listen for a while but after a couple of songs we all realised that we were only there because we thought the others wanted to see it. We spent most of the night exploring other stages like the Meduza outdoor Drum and Bass Stage which is an insane (very rickety looking) circular walled building open to the stars. They played awesome music and everyone was dancing, albeit sometimes to their own special beat. The Burn Bar was a giant advertisment for a Red Bull knock off which played great club music. They served buckets full of 'Burn' energy drink and Vodka! Yum! One great thing about it was the cosy seats made it easy to chat (or in my case take stupid photos) despite the noise.

Our final stop for the night was the Shisha Bar, because who doesn't feel like Apple tobacco at 4am? It was so relaxing to lie back and talk about random nothings until the sun came up. The bass from Meduza was so loud that it was vibrating through the ground and adding an odd bet to the scintar background tunes in the Shisha place.

Eventually we had to a)  find our way back to and b) crash into our tent. Harder than it appears on paper I can tell you. Considering everyone in Europe not only seems to have the same brand of Igloo-shaped tent... they were ALL at Sziget! Goodnigt!
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photo by: Chokk