So another Bestival has drawn to a close and the team are very close to putting their feet up for a few weeks deserved rest!
Here are some pics from Bestival 2014!
Here are some pictures from the Voodoo crew at V Festival, Stafford – including a Gorilla made from 40,000 spoons?!
So, another V Festival has passed and it was a triumph in both Chelmsford & Stratford.
The Killers & Justin Timberlake closed the two shows on Sunday night while the team was getting ready to load out and get to the next job. Here are some pictures of the Chelmsford team loading out and getting ready for Electric Picnic!
The team had a productive day today, with the beer arriving we have been able to get 2 bars fully ready to flow come Saturdays opening.
Here are some pictures of Reece & Hugo installing the Carling taps to the ‘Carling Local’ bar of V. Be sure to check back to see it in all its glory come Saturday!
We are now 3 days into production at V Festival, Chelmsford and we are ahead of schedule! The 3 main bars have now been fitted, cleaned and ready for the beer to flow for the gates opening on Friday. Exciting!
We now have a full accompaniment of staff as Flash & Cupcake have joined us from Boomtown, Winchester.
d us from Boomtown. Here are some updated pictures below of our progress….
Longitude festival was a smaller, more intimate boutique festival compared to the scale of T in the Park but that doesn’t mean an easy ride for the Voodoo team!
And so it proved.
This time the team was led by senior wizard, Dan, who with his small team of 3 was up against it from day 1. When the team arrived on site the Voodoo truck was waiting to be unloaded which meant they could get stuck straight in to the instal and get ahead of schedule, all was progressing well until there was 2 additional bars added to the mandate and the team had to work through the night to get the job done.
Its very rare that there is such a significant change in plan at such a late stage of production but the team took it on the chin and delivered as always.
Dan and flash oversaw the planning of the bars and made suggestions to the festival managers on how to make the bars more economical and efficient thus selling more beer and significantly reducing waste. Having worked in the industry for so long, offering such wizardry comes natural to each member of the Voodoo team as its in everyones interest to keep the beer flowing and maximising profit for all parties concerned.
All in all the festival was a triumph with Massive attack headlining the final night, the team worked through the night again to pack up and get rolling!
Next up – Secret Garden Party!