Prague and Pohoda

by Tom Kerswill on July 18th, 2005
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Pohoda festival was superb. Keith Flint and co finished off in true style – in torrential rain and a lighting storm. Somehow the Prodigy and forked lightning go quite well together. Especialy to “Minefields” from that Fat of the Land, which features the lyrics “This is Dangerous”. But nobody really minded the rain – we were all dancing too much.

Except for that one storm during the Prodigy set, it was beautifully sunny. And 7 beers for all the people I was camping with cost me the same as one pint at Glastonbury.

I’m writing this from Prague. It’s a little hot and a bit too touristy… but that’s just after the relative peace of Trencin and Slovakia.

I’ll write a full article when I’m back. But for now, I’m off to find a cool drink. Probably a glass of water – even if it is more expensive than Czech beer.

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  • martin

    nice,

    looking forward to read review from person from country where big festivals are common thing for ages in compare with slovakia.

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