The Dell Digital Festival Experience is a chance for festival goers to be involved in every element of the event, from tagging themselves in photos of their crazy antics with Bearded Kitten to watching interviews backstage with headline acts. The Digital Festival Experience will also provide Spotify playlists to download, ensuring that no moment is without the perfect soundtrack; as well as an interactive map tagging artists’ whereabouts when at the festival and lots of other amazing and otherworldly technology treats.
On-site Dell will also be upgrading the festival’s tech presence, providing the now infamous Dell Dome where festival goers can check their all important exam results, Facebook feeds and surf the internet alongside the Welsh sea! Tired from the hundreds of free activities on-site festival goers will be able to relax in the comfy internet zone, catch up with their family over Skype and generally enjoy a bit of time out before they head back to the majestic mayhem!
Beach Break Live has led the way in the festival landscape as the first ever Student Festival, bringing the hottest new talent from across the globe and now they continue to make waves in the industry as they partner with Dell to enable music fans to use technology and get closer to the artists they love – whenever and wherever they like.
Beach Break Live is the largest student festival in the UK, attracting 20,000 students from 14th to 18th June to celebrate the end of term and the beginning of the summer. Featuring some of the largest music stars on the planet including Dizzee Rascal, Chase and Status and Friendly Fires down to the hottest up and coming acts such as Ben Howard and Delilah. Beach Break Live offers so much more than music, from a beach full of kite surfing, windsurfing and wakeboarding to a forest flourishing with activities for everyone to get involved in. At only £109 for four days of full on fun, Beach Break Live is a bargain; visit www.beachbreaklive.com