Drunk squirrel gets locked in a pub!


At first sight it looked like the club had been broken into and trashed.

Beer was overflowing from the trays and onto the floor, which was also strewn with money, napkins and straws. Glasses and liqour bottles were knocked off their shelves of Honeybourne Railway Club in the town of Evesham in Worcestershire, England.

“At first I thought we’d been burgled but I realised it was all still locked up and that’s when we saw the squirrel,” club branch secretary Sam Boulter told Worcester News.

“I’d never seen anything like it before, he had ran around the shelves and across the bar.

“There were bottles scattered around, money scattered around and he had obviously run across the bar’s pumps and managed to turn on the Caffrey’s and also managed to ruin some barrels too.

“He must have flung himself on the handle.


5 music festivals to visit before you die!


Are you, like us, in love with the festival life? The crowd, the beer and the music. Festivals are for many people the main destinations during the summer! We have picked out 5 of the most awesome music festivals! 

Sonar festival 


Where: Barcelona

When: June 18–20, 2015

One of the coolest and hippest cities in Europe, Barcelona is also home to one of its most colorful music festivals. Started in 1994, Sonar features performances from cutting-edge artists. Every year, visitors flock to the city’s Fira Gran Via area to watch shows by performers ranging from Duran Duran to A$AP Rocky. But the festival is not all about music abd drinking, it also boasts eye-catching video art projections, installations from modern artists, and audio-visual displays.



Where: Roskilde, Denmark

When: June 27–July 4, 2015

Started by two Danish college students, Roskilde has evolved from a hippie gathering ground to one of the worlds biggest and coolest music festivals. The festival attracts an international following and features performances from more than 3,000 artists. Bands include world famous artists and less known performers , and visitors can watch their favorite artists perform inside huge tents. The festival also host a naked run!! This is perfect! 



Where: Somerset, England

When: June 24–28, 2015

Travel back in time at the Glastonbury festival. Started in 1970, the five-day festival still rings true to its hippie roots. Performances are held on 900 acres of verdant farmland, and the event boasts the title of largest green-field music festival in the world. And if you get tired of concerts and drinking, you can also catch theater, circus, and cabaret shows at one of the festival’s alternative performance areas. For a true Glastonbury experience, get up urly, open a beer, and start having fun!



Where: Chicago

When: July 31–August 2, 2015

No other music festivals carry the same name recognition and star power as Lollapalooza. It was created in 1991 by Jane’s Addiction singer Perry Farrell, the festival has since evolved into one of the worlds biggest and most famous festivals, 3 days filled with musical performances, dance, comedy, and crafts. Lollapalooza have more than 160,000 visitors every year, and has helped popularize artists ranging from Pearl Jam to Ice-T. This year’s headliners are Paul McCartney, Metallica, and Florence + the Machine.



Where: Budapest

When: August 10–17, 2015

Every year, 400,000 music lovers travels to the Sziget Festival. The week-long, nonstop event features 50 venues and around 200 programs daily, including live concerts, ongoing parties, theater and circus exhibitions. Located on an island in the center of the capital, the festival draws upon the city’s palpable energy to create a lively concert-going atmosphere. Join the crowd to watch performances from international pop and rock stars, or sitback and chill to some jazz! The choise is yours! 

The most awesome and insane festival in the world!

The Extreme sports week at voss, Norway!


A whole week with extreme sports, drinking, camping and concerts! 


Ekstremsportveko (extreme sports week in norwegian) is the largest sport and music festival of its kind, and is hosted every year in Voss, Western Norway. The festival host competitions in kayaking, rafting, mtb-bmx, skateboarding, skydiving, paragliding, hanggliding, multisport, freeride, big air, climbing, BASE and longboarding. For one whole week national and international athletes compete and challenge themselves in the elements.

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The various sports are the main focus of Ekstremsportveko. However, the music program has become an important part of the total festival experience. The last three days of the event, national and international artists spice up the festival with their vibrant music within the genres; pop, rock, funk and reggae! 




Hold my beer! I have to start packing! This sounds to good to be true!