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Festival season

We are well and truely into this summer's festival season, and what a season it's been so far. EasyGazebos have been popping up everywhere. Secret Garden Party in Cambridgeshire used 8 of them for their event managment team. Wilderness festival in Oxfordshire are also using some for their wonderful event this month. All in all it has been a great summer so far, we have earned it in the UK after 6 terrible rain-filled years. Now is the season of bbqs, camping, weddings, festivals, outdoor pursuits or just lazing in the garden. Which ever you've got planned, a gazebo will keep you cool in the sun or dry in the rain. Here's to more good weather and a happy summer for all. Our ever-popular MK2 model is now back-in-stock! http://www.easygazebos.com/MK2-Pop-Up-Gazebo-3x3m

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Festival Gazebos

http://www.easygazebos.com/Blog/Festival-Gazebos Right. You've just hauled your tent and camping gear all the way to a field in the middle of nowhere. You're tired, you're sweaty and the fun hasn't even begun yet. Now the big question; what should you do first? Go find the beer tent? Put up your tent before the rain comes? Nope. First thing you do is pop up the gazebo. You pull the strong steel frame out of the bag, unfold the simple folding construction and within just over a minute it's up. In the rain We all know how miserable it can be, trying to put a tent up in the rain. Not when you have a sturdy, waterproof gazebo though. Up it goes and then you've got a lovely dry space to stare at upside down instructions and snap together tent poles. Best of all, if you decide you simply can't be bothered right now, sit down and have a drink because there's no hurry; you're protected! What's more, you now have a decent area you can shelter under for the rest of the weekend. No more trying to wriggle into jumpers as you're crouched over double in your tent. You and your friends can come back from the fun and the music and sit all together rather than shouting at each other through tiny slits in your tents. All the camping furniture you've brought can still be put to good use. In the sun Obviously, we all want a sunny festival, they're the best. Glastonbury 2008 for example; watching Leonard Cohen sing Hallelujah as the glorious sun went down was a pretty magical experience. But, sometimes you need to escape it. Maybe just to protect your skin or to have somewhere to chill out in the shade. Put up the gazebo as soon as you arrive and you've got a shaded place to keep your beer and yourselves cool. Even better, it's like a big signpost to help you find your tent among the thousands of others. You and your friends have a good space to act as a hub between all your tents and, if a spot of rain does come, who cares? You're covered. With a festival every weekend of the summer throughout the UK, here's a quick gazebo camping guide... Right. You've just hauled your tent and camping gear all the way to a field in the middle of nowhere. You're tired, you're sweaty and the fun hasn't even begun yet. Now the big question; what should you do first? Go find the beer tent? Put up your tent before the rain comes? Nope. First thing you do is pop up the gazebo. You pull the strong steel frame out of the bag, unfold the simple folding construction and within just over a minute it's up. In the rain... We all know how miserable it can be, trying to put a tent up in the rain. Not when you have a sturdy, waterproof gazebo though. Up it goes and then you've got a lovely dry space to stare at upside down instructions and snap together tent poles. Best of all, if you decide you simply can't be bothered right now, sit down and have a drink because there's no hurry; you're protected! What's more, you now have a decent area you can shelter under for the rest of the weekend. No more trying to wriggle into jumpers as you're crouched over double in your tent. You and your friends can come back from the fun and the music and sit all together rather than shouting at each other through tiny slits in your tents. All the camping furniture you've brought can still be put to good use. In the sun... Obviously, we all want a sunny festival, they're the best. Glastonbury 2008 for example; watching Leonard Cohen sing Hallelujah as the glorious sun went down was a pretty magical experience. But, sometimes you need to escape it. Maybe just to protect your skin or to have somewhere to chill out in the shade. Put up the gazebo as soon as you arrive and you've got a shaded place to keep your beer and yourselves cool. Even better, it's like a big signpost to help you find your tent among the thousands of others. You and your friends have a good space to act as a hub between all your tents and, if a spot of rain does come, who cares? You're covered. Pop Up Gazebos Heavy Duty Gazebos

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