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Unfortunately for us Brits, who love a tinny at a festival, no alcohol can be taken/sneaked into the arena and trust me, they will know.I don’t care how middle-class it looks, this one is on my bucket list for sure!No.6 sell themselves as being a and just a quick scroll around their website makes it very clear why. Yes, this festival is SO sustainable, that even the kitchenware is edible.It seems to be the most Instagrammable festival EVER – and that’s what we base everything’s worth on these days, right? So, not only can you listen to some brilliant music at this festival (at some very magical looking stages) you can also go paddle boarding, relax in a wood fired hot tub, chuckle at some stand up, watch a cabaret, indulge in some fine food by Michelin-starred chefs, attend an after party in a castle or even pop on over to a woodland rave… This festival is for the funky, the freaky and the fabulous. So, we all know that Norway is a very environmentally friendly place to live, but it’s truly wonderful to see this being mirrored through Øyafestivalen – a festival that is fuelled by love (and solar power.) One of the eco pros includes getting the deposit back on drinking cups and cigarette butts, so it almost feels like you’re being paid to drink and smoke… The festival recycles 70 percent of its waste which, in turn, saves an EPIC 40,000 tonnes of CO.It’s for those who want to escape reality for a few days and soak up some art and culture in the most fairytale-esque village around. They sell organic food; meaning they hold two fingers up to artificial additives, pesticides and industrial livestock. ) By attending this festival, not only will you be leaving a reduced carbon footprint (let’s ignore the flights there and back) but you’ll also be witnessing one of the best lineups that this year has to offer.