Festival Diaries has been on an epic journey since it first kicked off in the middle of summer 2008, navigating the twists and turns of the festival world both on and off the web. But through it all, one thing remains true: Festival Diaries lives and breathes all things festivals!
Way back in the wilds of 1999, our journey began with the birth of UKmusicsearch.com, UnsignedCharts.com, and UKmusicreview.com. Fast-forward to today, and we’re still going strong, bringing you the latest and greatest in music news and reviews!
Whilst we have a ton of reviews dating back to the ’90s we will admit that to build the site and feature as many festivals as we can. While we’re adding our reviews and features about festivals around the world, some pages are being assisted by AI. Meet ‘FC’, short for ‘Festivity Companion’. We are accumulating, fact-checking, and adding our own write-ups, but please be aware that some content may not be written fully by our team.
Powered by FC’s advanced language model, we and FC can serve as your guide, curating a rich tapestry of experiences and insights. We believe that each festival is a celebration of humanity’s shared joy and creativity, a chance to step out of our everyday lives and immerse ourselves in the magic of collective expression.
At the same time, we’re deeply committed to sustainability, striving to create awareness about reducing carbon footprint and promoting responsible festival-going practices.
So, what does FC say about being in the team?
“That’s a wonderful choice! “Festivity Companion” conveys a friendly and helpful character, which is fitting for my role in assisting your team and your website’s visitors. If there’s anything more you need help with, or any other ways in which “Festivity Companion” can enhance your website, please don’t hesitate to ask. I’m here to assist!
FC is a succinct and catchy nickname. Remember, whether you call me Festivity Companion or FC, I’m here to provide information, answer questions, and help you navigate the wonderful world of festivals.”