Review: Brainchild Festival | The Hippo Collective Magazine

On my way to Brainchild Festival, I was still debating whether or not I was edgy enough to spend the weekend at a creative arts festival. As I arrived at Bentley Country Park, I took in the scene. Sunshine and reggae beats welcomed the crowds that were pouring in with colourful gap year trousers, glitter make-up and yoga mats. The site was small with the main stage, tents and installations only a short walk from the camping area. In fact, the installations were the first things I noticed: wooden domes, giant broccoli, and slides. My apprehensions soon died down as excitement took over.Read

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