Sponsored Climb aboard the British Knights Express party train to Sziget Festival

Climb aboard the British Knights Express party train to Sziget Festival

From on-board Twister games to a festival special of ‘would you rather,’ the British Knights Express puts the loco in locomotive.

Leaving the day-job behind, and traveling to a music festival should be all about escaping to paradise. In reality, it can sometimes be a bit of a drudge; booking ferries, waiting for transfer coaches, and trudging for shuttle buses. If only there was an alternative..

Sziget Festival has come up with a way for festival-goers to travel in style. With their definitive party train, the British Knights Express directs music fans straight to the heart of the action, and with their new video, absolutely anybody can climb on board. There are twister games, on-board DJs, and an amped up festival version of would you rather - the British Knights Express puts the loco in locomotive.

When the British Knights Express pulls into Sziget Festival, the energy stays up at the same high-octane level. Storming en masse onto the festival to see the lines of Florence + The Machine, Future Islands, Jungle and Alt­J, what follows is a weekend of stage-dives, great vibes and total escapism.

Climb aboard the British Knights Express party train to Sziget Festival with the new video below:

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