Oh boy, Do Wales is a remarkable 3 days and 3 nights. Here’s just one moment to share with you.
James Morton just started playing his set with his band. We had an idea it was going to be good. He had previously played with the horn section with Prince. And James Brown. Even so, no one was dancing at the beginning. Then John German and his wife got up and started doing the waltz. And this is the guy who was instrumental in developing the test that discovered VW were, well, not playing ball with emissions. Then pretty soon everyone was dancing. Then Ian from Kasabian took over on the drums. And what was supposed to be an hour long set, lasted 2 ½ hours.
I guess not everything needs to be recorded on a photo to be remembered for the rest of your life.
This year, we have some big plans. And none of them include getting any bigger. The event needs to stay small. It works best that way. Human connection works best under 150 people.
The thing we are interested in is: How we make this thing more special, more remarkable, more fun, more engaging, indeed, can we design it so it gets to you more?
We hope to see you down here if you can make it.