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I went to a Northern Green Gathering once, about 10 years ago and they allowed dogs. I took mine and it was brill. but i havent seen one since that will allow dogs. Now i know it can be problematic and it was good that it was a small festival, but there was no dog off a lead and no dog poo any where and i loved being with my dog and others did to, with theirs, it felt like part of the family, not much barking either (except when someone set of fireworks, that wasnt great) Does anyone know of any festivals that accept dogs these days?
No. But thanks for reminding me that I REALLY need to ask my dad about having my dog! x
Maybe a gap in the market there.
A business opportunity, start one up.
And invite my neighbours who leave their dog in the garden all day barking.
And let it out at 23:00 for a good ten minute bark before bed.
Dogstock. you cant have a gap though, they'll escape
Fairport's Cropredy Convention allows dogs.
I go every year. It's a great festival!
I don't have a dog but do love them so it's nice talking to the friendly doggies over the weekend..
If you use a harness instead of a normal lead, and pop on a pair of shades, you might be able to blag the hound in as a guide dog.
Cropredy is a good shout. I found it a bit 'middle class' for me but it was pleasent enough and very friendly... and yes, lots of well behaved dogs.
@Ed - Oh...stop it!
woof, Cropredy sounds good.....but is it all folk?
When I went there was some brilliant highlights - Easystar Allstars, Martin Taylor's Spirit of Django, Bellowhead, Little Feat....even, dare I say it.... Status Q** were a lot of fun! (shhhhh)
It is folk based yes but it can be varied. There are two pubs that put free gigs on in the village. One of these had Alan Nimmo and Eugene Hideaway Bridges playing.
Not all folk Alan. Some of them are dogs ;-)
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