Scotland’s Hungama Festival 2013

Say hello to a little bit of crazy fun during your summer holidays with the annual Hungama Festival taking place on August 11, 2013.

Entry is absolutely free for both the Hungama Festival and the theme park.

The annual hungama event of Scotland has returned for 2013. Located at Strathclyde Country Park, the Hungama Festival 2013 will be held at M&D’s theme park.

Nothing beats the scenic beauty of Scotland on a hot summer’s day. With so much culture to soak up in the highlands, the Hungama Festival 2013 is bound to have everything you need. Countryside, a Loch, a park and a theme park, all rolled into one, this is definitely guaranteed to be an amazing family day out.

M&D’s has a great reputation for being one of Scotland’s favourite interactive theme parks. The beautiful grounds and surroundings just promises oodles of fun-filled family entertainment and is a perfect setting place for the Hungama Festival.

hungama-festivalLast year’s Hungama Festival (2012) saw an impressive 10,000 people rock up to join in on the fun of true Desi style entertainment, and 2013 is expected to be no different.

The theme park, which is situated at the heart of Strathclyde Country Park, Glasgow, covers 980 acres of countryside including the striking Strathclyde Loch.

M&D’s has quickly become known as Scotland’s theme park. It boasts five terrifying rides that are sure to shake your senses. It also has over 20 kids’ rides to enjoy, 18 hole miniature golf, glow in the dark indoor bowling and a huge indoor entertainment complex with bars and restaurants for the grown ups to relax in while the kids run riot.

It also has the amazing Amazonia which is Scotland’s only indoor tropical rainforest. It is full of exotic animals, birds and reptiles! With free entry and free parking, M&D’s is a must on your summer outing list.

The park itself is full to the brim of activities for the family to enjoy all together. From water-skiing, sailing, nature trails and bicycling to name a few. Whatever your fancy, whether it be high-adrenaline sports or a quiet picnic next to the Loch, Strathclyde has something for you.

The Hungama Festival 2013 is sure to be one of the most enjoyable family days out that you will experience this summer. There is no way that you can go wrong with a bit of ‘crazy fun’ on a hot summer’s day.

lochThe line-up for the event courtesy of Oceanic Consulting will see a variety of live entertainment throughout the day.

From the likes of authentic Indian music performed by a diverse range of singing and dancing talents. The young talents are ones to watch and will be performing musical shows on stage for your entertainment.

There will be food and drink stalls throughout, filled with hot drinks and snacks, as well as those all-important cold drinks and ice creams.

There will also be a huge variety of clothing stalls with great fashion bargains and jewellery on offer, for you to browse in between events.

Click here to see full imageWindow-shop through authentic and traditional Desi items and even get yourself a temporary henna tattoo from the Mehndi artists scattered around on the day.

The Hungama Festival 2013 is working with The Well Foundation as its charity partner. The Well Foundation provides clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries all over the world. It is a little known fact that over a billion people do not have the basic access to clean water.

All proceeds raised by the Well Foundation will go into installing safe wells and water reserves as well as hand pumps in struggling towns and communities.

Doors open from 12pm to 7pm on August 11, 2013. There is free parking available. Entry is absolutely free for both the Hungama Festival and the theme park. With so much to look forward to, make sure you don’t miss out on what is sure to be the highlight of your summer.

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Aisha an English literature graduate, is a keen editorial writer. She adores reading, theatre, and anything arts related. She is a creative soul and is always reinventing herself. Her motto is: “Life is too short, so eat dessert first!”