Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Not Dogs Summer Tour Line-Up

We're shortly embarking on our second Not Dogs Summer Tour which we are very, very excited about! We love travelling around the UK in our little purple zig-zagged food truck getting out to as many places as possible to share the Not Dogs love as far as we can!

Food Trucks

This year will be slightly different as we'll have some great Crew Members on board with us (if you fancy coming to the festivals and becoming a Not Dogs Crew Member get in touch via smile@katieandjane.com) plus we've designed a new menu with more Not Dogs additions!

So far, confirmed festivals are...
BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend - 23-24 May, Norwich
See some of the most exciting artists at Europe's largest free ticketed festival including Florence + the Machine, Muse, Ben Howard, Sam Smith, Olly Murs, Taylor Swift and Foo Fighters!

Radio 1's Big Weekend

Godiva Festival - 3-5 July, Coventry
The City's War Memorial Park will play host to the Country's biggest free family music festival with fun and games and music headliners The Wombats, Fun Lovin' Criminals and Embrace.

Lovebox Festival - 17-18 July, London
Over 2 days in East London's Victoria Park, London, Lovebox Festival is a celebration of the best of British and international music talent, dance and the arts. Artists include Rudimental, Snoop Dogg, Hot Chip, Cypress Hill, Jessie Ware, Mark Ronson and Annie Mac.

Lovebox

Citadel Festival - 19 July, London
Citadel is a new festival in Victoria Park, London, celebrating the Summer Sunday pleasures of musicianship from Ben Howard and Bombay Bicycle Club, feasts, markets and literary talks.

V Festival - 22-23 August, Staffordshire
This year's amazing festival celebrates 20 years of V Festival across two sites featuring Calvin Harris, Kasabian, Stereophonics, The Script, Ellie Goulding, James Bay and the legendary Tom Jones!

V Festival

BBC Proms in the Park - 12-13 September, London
Britain's largest classical music event, the outdoor concert in Hyde Park has become a highlight of the BBC Proms calendar as Hyde Park links up with the Royal Albert Hall for a Last Night finale hosted by Sir Terry Wogan featuring a host of musical stars.

Manchester Food & Drink Festival - 10-20 September, Manchester
The UK's largest urban food and drink festival returns to the City centre year after year with a star-studded chef line-up including Simon Rogan, Thomasina Miers, Robert Owen Brown and Fergus Henderson.

There will be a few more added so stay up-to-date on our website: http://www.notdogs.co.uk/#!where/c1dbb

See you in a sunny field soon!

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