The other weekend, I took a spontaneous trip to the countryside. It was one of the last days of actual summer, and my destination of choice was Fake Days Festival. A fake day, according to the festival’s self-description (stolen from Urban Dictionary), is ‘the day that occurs after one or many has imbibed a large amount of substances be them liquid or powder, organic or chemical that does not exist. All who partake will agree to said day did not exist and continue the following day as though it was the day previous.’
In fact, a couple of things were surreal about said festival’s setting, and they became more surreal by the hour, as the imbibing of substances continued. Not that I was surprised they sold spirit & mixers for 2,50€, but my urban liver was certainly not adapted to the fact that those were 50% spirit.
However, while still sober enough I spared no pains to capture Fake Days’ unique atmosphere in some hardly photoshopped impressions. Enjoy.