How to Make Your own Festival at Home

After what feels like a lifetime, it looks like festivals are finally back. With Standon Calling, Boardmasters and Latitude already going ahead successfully and with more to come in the next few weeks. That feeling of first stepping into the field and watching your favourite bands is ever closer.

If you haven’t managed to get tickets for one of this summer’s events, or hey, if you’re just not quite ready to get back out there yet, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to bring the festival vibes into your home. The tent is optional.

How to Make Your own Festival at Home

1. Hook your network player – such as the Evo 75 – up to your TV and re-live festival sets from years gone by on the big screen. You could even make a video playlist on YouTube of your dream festival line-up, or check out BBC iPlayer for their wide range of festival coverage.

2. To get the full festival atmosphere at home, you’re going to need some speakers. Evo S speakers are a great option to work with your network player. Or, if you prefer the full surround sound experience, the Minx Min 22 bookshelf speakers will work a treat. Whether you’re going big or keeping it lowkey, our speakers will capture all the elements of your favourite performances.

3. Want to continue the party into the night but don’t want to wake the kids or annoy the neighbours? Headphones are your friends. The Melomania 1+ True Wireless In-Ear Headphones give you nine hours of solid playtime, so you can dance to your heart’s content. It’s like your own silent disco, just in the living room.

4. The final piece of the festival puzzle? The ultimate playlist. We’ve curated one full of the biggest festival anthems ever, handpicked by you and the Cambridge Audio team. Press play, turn it up and most importantly, have fun!

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