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February 19, 2020
This post is sponsored by Subway. All opinions are my own.
If you follow me on Instagram, then you already know that I spent this past weekend having an absolute blast at Hangout Music Festival. I teamed up with Subway for the festival and had so much fun not only listening to the music, but also exploring the grounds of the festival. I was lucky enough to score VIP tickets (thanks, Subway!), which is totally the best way to do any music festival in my opinion. The VIP areas are always so much less crowded, which is ideal for me. Not to mention the bathrooms are so much cleaner!
It’s kind of unexpected, but my favorite show on the first night was Weezer. I saw them once in college–which was probably the first time I really ever heard of them–and I had a blast. This time was no different. They put on a great show with some fun throwback songs. Saturday was a lot of fun as well, with Major Lazer blowing everyone away. The show was seriously so incredible; and even though it started raining, my besties and I didn’t let it phase us – we just kept on dancing. By the time the closing act went on, the festival had to come to an early end due to weather.
Sunday was my favorite day. Not only did the weather clear up, but it was a lot more relaxed because I didn’t have as many shows that I absolutely had to see. I was also familiar with the grounds and knew my way around. I spent a lot of time in and around the Subway tent, as well as the VIP Grove area. The best show by far was Mumford & Sons. I have been a fan of them since the first time I heard them, but this was my first time seeing them live. My friends and I left early to go see Marshmello, and we all agreed that we should have stayed at Mumford. They were so great!
Overall it was such a great weekend with some really great people. I’m glad we didn’t let the rain bother us. After all, you can’t control what life throws at you, but you sure can control the way you react to and handle those obstacles. This weekend was a perfect reminder of that.