Once upon a time going to a UK festival meant standing in a muddy field, surrounded by drunk teenagers. But over the last ten years the whole scene has undergone something of a makeover. For us lucky 21st century revellers, the current wave of boutiquey UK festivals come packed to the gills with things to see and do – not just music, there’s everything from spoken word poetry to archery to wild swimming. And, of course, there’s been a huge uptick in the quality of the food and drink too. No more sorry hamburgers and lukewarm lager.
There’s only one problem: with so much to do, staying fighting fit can be a challenge. That’s where Naked come in. Their smoothies* are the perfect pick-me-up for the weary festival-goer. A healthy boost when you need it most and the ideal addition to any serious festival essentials kit. Travelling light? No problem. Pop by the Naked juice bar – you can’t miss it: the place is exploding with colour – at Wilderness, Lattitude and Festival No 6 for a deliciously fruity top-up. And while you’re there, check out Naked Colourtopia: a hands-on art project that will really get your creative juices flowing.
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*Naked smoothies contain vitamin C which contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
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