Pangaea was sick
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As per, Pangaea was bloody brilliant and the Space Odyssey theme with huge headlining names such as TEED, Congo Natty and XXXY made it even better than before.
The place where we’d been sitting exams in two days ago was transformed into a far away galaxy twinkling with stars, aliens, flashing lights, quite a lot of tin foil and general spacey vibes in 16 venues.
The festival’s line-up was not one to be faulted, with the likes of Paul Woolford and Mr Scruff tearing up the Academies.
Following tradition, the top floor of the SU offered 8 extra rooms of music from student DJs, with Jammin Beats DJs starting off with some absolute bangers and Play No Games DJs finishing off the night with a few disco classics.
And for those wanting a bit of a sing-a-long to divas such as Beyoncé, hours were spent in the Council Chambers transformed into a Star Wars vs Back to the Future silent disco.
With possibly the best theme yet, everyone had gone to town with their costumes. We saw portable fairy lights, metallic face paint, explosions of glitter and even a risky ensemble made out of tin foil.
This year they were handing out maps with set times on entry so you don’t get lost in the maze, as well as some pretty funky souvenir wristbands.
There were also added venues as a couple of pop-up igloos were dotted about, meaning we had more places to explore.
RAG were running a charity photobooth was for every vain alien’s needs.
And there was even a Band-a-oke room – enough said.
With copious amounts of fun, and arguably the best Pangaea to date, big things will be expected from this Summer’s Pangaea end of exam blow out!