"A rural slice of English eccentricity" Russell Howard
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Feb 4, 2014
It gets really crowded in the cubicles, would be nice to hear some house and techno in there, maybe move the dnb out to the garden stage for a couple of hours each night? Would allow some different people to get to the front
It gets really full in the cubicles, how about mixing up the music in there a bit? I would love to hear some techno in there, I know the DnB is really popular, maybe move it to the garden stage for one or two sets? Give different people a chance to get near to the front, if not, a couple of fairly big house and techno names on the garden stage or bull pen would be nice
Feb 11, 2014
Hi Spence, thanks for the suggestions I’ll pass it on…
Oct 25, 2012
I’d like to see the music at the festival brought up to the standard of similar sized independent festivals. Festivals which don’t feel the need to stop you taking your own booze in, with the obvious intention of then selling you 3.50 a pint beer inside. If this is to be the case, then I feel agrieved listening to an average (at best) band described as “Bromyard’s answer to Coldplay” or some band once described by Zane Lowe as “I might consider givign them another listen” – honestly, the program’s descriptions provided us with more laughs than the music itself. Fair enough, the festival has clearly spent a large amount of the entertainment budget on some massive drum and bass acts – but even that is ill planned, and its near impossible to actually enjoy them without some pilled up teenage idiots flying into you as the area had only one entrance and exit – at the back – meaning access was rubbish and unless you were right in the front, it was pointless trying to get into any zone at all with the, at times, quite decent drum and base.
Oct 26, 2012
Hi Si, thanks for your feedback, it is really useful for us to know where you feel we can improve…
stuart binnington says:
Sep 17, 2012
hows about some old school house music !!
Hi Stuart, we are looking into programming more house music this year…watch this space!
Sarah Phillips says:
Feb 28, 2012
Awesome festival, lovely beautiful location, friendly people and a good mix of music and entertainment. Can’t wait to go back!
Loved nozstocks small feel. I liked the fact that it was easy to get back to your tent etc unlike big commercial festival which seem to get far too busy.
Feb 18, 2012
Loved Nozstock, but you need to do something about the mental security guys!
Feb 19, 2012
Hi Meredith, We’re sorry to hear that you had a negative experience with our security. We’ve had a mixed bag of feedback but mainly it’s been positive. Can I ask you to email email@example.com with more details about the experience you had and a description or name of the security person, if you spotted their name badge, so we can follow this up? Of course, we strive for the friendliest, most knowledgeable security here at Nozstock. Thanks.
Emma Blythe says:
One of the best festivals iv been to
SIR TUN-LEE you have a very good point
SIR TUN-LEE, I couldn’t have put it better my self!
Steve Kinloch says:
Jan 26, 2012
How about some Techno this year?
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