Imagine… Imagine you are visiting this music festival in northern Europe. A music festival that is supposed to be one of the best in the world, with space for 131.000 people, 7 stages and 166 bands.
Imagine you already stumbled into David Sizemore who was preparing breakfast in front of your tent, you met Alex Broskow at the coffee spot in the morning, you watched a morning session of Brian Bina and the Haitian crew, you ran into Remy Meister who just partied all night, you had a quick chat with Richie Eisler at the bar backstage, you met Billy O’Neill enjoying life arm in arm with a Danish cutie and you had a blast watching Dave Lang win the street comp. What an amazing time with all these people.
Now it’s nighttime and you are finally about to watch some concerts. You got lost in the sea of people and you realize that this guy standing next you with closed eyes, enjoying the Rolling Stones or whoever else it was that played, is none other than Intuition Skateshop owner Matt Mickey.
Wait… this guy is here, living the camp life just like you are? Yeps, take a look yourself.
Text: Johannes Jacobi
Photos: Dominik Wagner
Top 5 things about camping
– The great outdoors.
– Fresh air.
– Having our own blader tent city.
– Spending long hours talking with the blade brethren.
– Nix electricity = back to basics.
Top 5 things about Roskilde
– Great friends.
– Forgetting your normal schedule.
– Hanging out in the living room on the white couch with everyone.
– Street course and bowl skating demos
– The lake!
Top 5 essentials
– My skates
– A tent
– Tuborg / Carlsberg beer
Bands I want to see at Roskilde
– Jason Isbell + The 400 Unit
– Ronnie Wood and the fellas ( Rolling Stones)
– Jack White
– Stevie Wonder
– Neil Young (i wish)