It feels like it's been ages since I posted the last post. I really had no time to show you pictures of the weekend until now because I was out and about each day since Thursday.
Patrick's band tornapart did a mini festival tour consisting of two gigs on Friday and Saturday and then yesterday it was his birthday, so we were totally busy.
It was great fun though, we really had a blast, the festivals were awesome and the weather was sunny sunny sunny. The outfit photos were taken on Friday before I left for the Philo/MuWi Festival, an event with several bands that was organized by our philosophy student's council and some people from the music studies (MuWi).
shirt + purse: h&m, pants: new yorker, belt + shoes: thrifted, necklace: accessorize
My outfit was perfect for the hot and sticky weather: a loose shirt (knotted to define the silhouette a bit), my wonderful feel-like-pyjamas pants, some comfy flats, a cute little purse and a bit of plum lipstick for not looking too casual. Normally I sweat like hell and moan around all day, but I noticed that this year I seem to get along with the heat pretty well. Let's hope it will stay like that until autumn ;)
There were cool bands, yummy cocktails and lovely people, what else do we need?
Here you can see some photos from our Friday:
the guys played soccer
tornapart on stage
and tornapart again
yum beer ;D
relaxing on the lawn
The Love Dictators (they were so funny)
rock 'n roll all night and party everyday
Saturday was even better! Tornapart played at Rock on Farm, a little festival that some fellow musicians had organized at their parent's farm. So Saturday afternoon we found ourselves driving through an endless forest to reach this beautiful little spot, which is completely surrounded by trees and more trees. They had put up a comparatively big stage on the fields where cows and goats use to graze. Then there were little stands where all the mothers sold delicious homemade goulash soup, pasta napoli and sausages and the fathers tapped beers at the beverage cart. It was a sort of huge family event where everybody tried to help as good as possible, from the little ones to the grandparents, so lovely :)
Here are some Saturday photos:
deep in the country ;)
they also have a restaurant on their farm
me waiting for the boys to have their soundcheck
the festival field
don't let the poster fool you, this band is called Not2Scale
and tornapart again
the goats :)
another casual festival look of mine
(shirt: famous stars & straps, shorts: thrifted, cardi: zara, shoes: ebay)
sea of lights when the last band played their last song
So, as you can see, our weekend was great! How was yours? :)
Have a nice day!