This year’s J-FEST was in a field a few miles from Abingdon. The field looked flat but was still bumpy by wheelchair. Organisers had laid tracks across and around the side of the field to help.
On the main stage were some excellent local bands. In addition there were signers to translate the lyrics and dance out the rhythm.
There was a wheelchair dancing stage nearby.
The J-Fest is a music festival accessible to all. There were lots of stalls, and activities, including people painting murals. A lot of people there knew Jodi and Jodi’s mum and friends organised the festival in Jodi’s memory.