This November Kendal Mountain Festival is going fully online. We're seizing this huge opportunity to Share The Adventure with the world, pouring all our effort and energy into creating a new, amazing digital experience.
Sorry if I'm missing something but I don't see any programme details anywhere for the KMF online festival.
So are we meant to buy the early bird passes sight unseen just assuming that it's going to be awesome? Does 'early bird' mean 'true believer' in this context?
Hey, I'm sure it will be great, but I'd like to see the programme first before deciding.
Is it just me?
Took me a while and not easy to find on the website but I think these are the films
Distinctly underwhelmed if that’s this years offerings
I don't think those are all of the films
The programme is going to be released shortly; however, my understanding of the early bird tickets is that these discounted rates are for those that wish to purchase them 'on faith' in order to take advantage of the superior pricing.
If you'd prefer to wait and see what they've got up their sleeve the information will be going live within the near future, so watch this space...
This is the same every year. The early-bird tickets are released before the programme, and the films are only really confirmed days before.
Whether that's a good or a bad thing is open to discussion. Presumably this year, there wont be the same limit on tickets, so you could afford to leave it until the programme is released without fear of missing out (though not at the reduced prices, clearly).
OK good to know that's just how they do it.
But if I'm at home giving my down jacket its annual wearing, how will everyone know what a hardcore adventurer I am?
> But if I'm at home giving my down jacket its annual wearing, how will everyone know what a hardcore adventurer I am?
I’m sure they’ll have a social media hashtag so that people can still be seen in their £500 soft shells drinking a pint!
Perfect - I propose #TopConditionsSoIWatchedSomeFilmsNotAtKendal
Billy Ridal has had his 'best day' of rock climbing during which he climbed Keen Roof (Font 8B), Fat Lip (Font 8B) and Superman Sit Start (Font 8B+), all of which are on Peak limestone.