Festival season is currently in full swing with more outdoor music options than ever this year and while Glastonbury may be missing from the calendar, there are plenty of different festivals across the country to suit all tastes, styles and interests.

In it’s 4th year Strawberries and Creem has quickly become a staple on the festival circuit for Hip Hop, Grime and Soul faithfuls, even house-heads were covered. Located on Haggis Farm in Cambridge, the entire site was easily reached, well-planned and packed full of excited festival-goers. Drinks were well-priced, food was delicious and the weather held up nicely.

The artist roster did not disappoint either, with key notable performances coming from T-Pain, Octavian, House Gospel Choir, Kojo Funds, Not3s, Shy FX and Ghetts to name a few! Octavian rocking a very packed Big Top Tent to 3 wheel ups of ‘Party Here’ was a personal highlight. Radio personality Rebecca Judd, also held it down on the main stage, keeping us all entertained with Nando’s prize contests, crowd commentary and general banter of the highest decree.

The whole festival had a real community vibe with a lot of London faces in the mix, aided by the fact the site was only an hour out of London, it really felt like you were among friends. In all honesty, S&C really held it’s own against larger festivals we’ve been to in the past and proves even for a festival in it’s 4th year, they run it like they’ve been going for 10. Shout out to the S&C team for having us down and looking after us! Don’t sleep on S&C 2019, it will be a wave once again.

J and C both wore Stussy Tees and ASICS kicks, in red/blue, green/black variants. C also wears custom cut off Cheap Monday sustainable denim.