Grinagog 2017

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Grinagog, a name derived from an old Devonshire term for someone who is always smiling, clearly lived up to its name across the weekend as thousands of people enjoyed the family friendly event.

The weekend’s lineup, consisting of a wide range of different genres, brought crowds from across the UK down to enjoy the multitude of acts including headliners ‘Rat Boy’, ‘Sam and the Womp’, ‘Hacktivist’ and lots more. With constant music coming from stages throughout the day and night, people were never short of something to do.

Activities around the festival also attracted a range of different ages, such as a trapeze workshop, graffiti wall, street theatre and music and Grinagog’s monster party parade.

 

With so much variety across the weekend, the festival, filled with colour, passion and fun, brought people of all ages and culture, creating a busy and friendly environment for everyone.

Published on 30 April 2017 by Madison Mia

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