A day-long festival of music, food, theatre and arts headlined by Tame Impala.
If we’re being honest, Sundays at a festival are usually a bit of a damp squib. After days of abuse, both your inflatable mattress and soul are dangerously deflated. Going to a festival on a Sunday all fresh and rested, on the other hand, sounds a lot more appealing, especially if it’s tailor-made for the day of rest – which is where Citadel Festival 2018 comes in.
Returning once again as the calmer post-Lovebox antidote, this year in Gunnersbury Park, Citadel has more of a chilled vibe to it, but still boasts some top musical acts, plus all manner of other pursuits, including comedy, arts, talks, workshops and lots of top food and drink.
Line-up includes: Tame Impala, Leon Bridges, The Horrors, Chvrches, Goat, Fat White Family.
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Really enjoyed what I saw of Citadel. Went quite late as I hadn't heard of 90% of the earlier bands, which maybe says a little more about me than the festival... The sound was actually really good considering Field Day in the same spot last year left a little to be desired. Also seemed to be an all round friendlier, more chilled vibe which was great for a Sunday afternoon. Personally thought Sigur Ros were brilliant, the ambiance being the perfect end to a no doubt very hectic previous two festival days with Lovebox.