Yesterday I was at the Wireless music festival in Hyde Park London. This is the third year that I have been to Wireless and I have to say I think this year was the best that I have been to. The last two years I have gone with my friend Carla, but this year we were joined by Carla’s friend Sherry and my Girlfriend Tracie. The previous two years me and Carla were right at the front squashed in which was fun but this year me and Tracie were off to one side and for me it was a much more enjoyable experience. It was nice having some space and let the music take centre stage. Speaking of music I guess I should talk about that a little lol.
Example was by and far the best act for me. I remember seeing him the first year that I went and he really impressed me with his stage presence on stage and he’s talent and he has now clearly upped his game as he was even better yesterday then he was two years ago. He came on and the crowd gave him a truly warm and enthusiastic welcome and he repaid us with a damn good show. I am not a huge music person so I have not seen lots of acts or been to many festivals or concerts but Example has got to be the best act that I have seen. I like his music and him a lot. Example was worth the admission alone.
My Girlfriend loved Professor Green, she is a big fan of his anyway but she danced away to his entire set like only true fans can do. I like his music but no to the extent that I’d say that I am a fan but he was very good and held the crowd well. For Tracie he was worth the admission alone.
Rita Ora has only recently come to my attention but her song R.I.P is one of the best songs I’ve heard in its genre. It has a great pace to it which really gets the blood pumping and she looked like she loved being out on that stage.
For us the day was pretty epic. The weather treated us well with only a little rain, the acts generally were very good with the three listed performers above the best of the pick although we did not stay to see out Nicki Minaj’s set and missed Drakes complete set. We’ve already made plans to go again next year 🙂