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Tapestry Supersonic Sunday Mini-Festival

Tapestry Supersonic Sunday Mini-Festival

The sun shines down on the glorious one-dayer featuring Kitty, Daisy & Lewis and others

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, a highlight of Tapestry's Supersonic Sunday mini-festival

The Tapestry Festival is a labour of love. It's the ongoing adventure of a Camden plasterer called Barry Stilwell who decided a decade ago that he wanted a festival of his own. Irritated by the way corporate branding was piggy-backing festival culture, and disgusted by stringent spoilsport ground-rules at many outdoor events, he started his own in 2003, mostly showcasing bands who'd played his monthly Euston-based club night.

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What a perfect description of the Jim Jones Review. We're some of the fellow picnickers who shared the day with you. Thoroughly enjoyed your review which captured a great day beautifully.

Good music, great setting and for once a festival where I didn't feel like the oldest swinger in town.

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