Milton Keynes Bowl concerts s Womad at Reading up to Any free festivals of the 80s Photos, info on traveller camps and vehicles and we welcome contributions about any benefits and one day events not currently listed apart from folk and jazz festivals, we just don't have the time to cover them.
Please feel free to Contact us. We try to reply to all messages, but sometimes it takes a while. Usually we wait until we have enough new material to warrant a page upgrade and we often give priority to establishing new pages on festivals we haven't covered so far over small updatesso posts may take a few months to emerge on the page.
We'll try and let you know when your stuff is added We also do NOT buy memorabilia and we won't carry paid adverts.
When we started this site 20 years ago we just intended to document a few festivals we had attended in the late 60s and early 70s, but its taken over our lives and become much more than that.
In the past three years the site has expanded greatly and now covers a 30 year time span - which may eventually go to 40!
This is NOT a nostalgia site! Yes, we celebrate the past, but this is as much a sociological project as it is a musical odyssey.
The Archive aims to eventually provide as much information as possible about all aspects of the major UK festivals, Free festivals and outdoor concerts from to and scrutinise them from sociological and musical perspectives.
Festivals are not divorced from society and they usually mirror changes in our general culture as well as in musical tastes. As music fans we also provide information on many of the groups who performed at the festivals, wellwe do have to have some fun!
So, that is our mission. BUTonly way that this can happen is if we get help from those of you who have memories, articlesphotos and recordings of the events, so please - Contact us - before you snuff it!
We also have provided many photos of featured artists and links to other sites where appropriate. Hope you enjoyed the site and that you will visit The Archive again sometime soon!
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