INNER STREET SESH 2021 : then and now



Can you remember last summer, that first festival/outing after the boring pandemic? And how Humber Street Sesh came back in a form of Inner Street Sesh?
Well this year it is back! Back with its full package, back in Hull Marina.


This blog post been pending since last September: I was waiting for the perfect moment to celebrate. After it never saw daylight in late September as a farewell to the summer, I though to cheer everyones January (just right before I do my tax return haha). When that didn’t happen I thought that this blog post could welcome summer 2022 arrival and swing us in to a first back-to-normal summer.
And here we are just under a week away from HUMBER STREET SESH 2022: call me genius or what.



It’s not a secret that I have had an interesting year that I have somehow survived and actually thrived from ‘then’ to now, and so my blogging practice has disappeared in everything, but I knew that I will be back.

Little bit about the last years Inner Street Sesh: it was amazing (thanks for all access Media Pass), it was the perfect ending to the summer as the weather complimented the music, crowds danced the day away, smell of street food wrapped Queens Gardens and it was just a little inner street magic.

I fell in love with a band BDRMM, saw some old faces and of course shot some pretty cool images. live music (LIFE Band), rave, dance, Silent Disco (my favourite), face paint with my Queen Tracey, graffiti, BMX stunts and of course our own Hull quirk <3



Thank you for still being here and enjoy scrolling through past than soon will repeat on a bigger scale:



p.s. check out my instagram anetesooda_lovephoto feed for some moving thing I created in order to sell you this blog post. 

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Anete Sooda Photo

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