This year’s Glitch Festival proved to be one of Malta’s biggest gatherings for lovers of electronic, house and techno music, but one festival-goer quickly became its biggest fans for a very good reason.
Oisin Tracey, an Irish personal trainer who had already attended last year’s Glitch Festival, only went and got an actual tattoo of the festival’s logo on his left wrist a couple of days after the festivities were done.
“Does this mean I get free entry to Glitch Festival 2018?” he asked on a Facebook post showing off his new ink, tagging one of the festival organisers.
Well, Lovin Malta reached out to the festival organiser to confirm. “Of course!” he said. “He came down from Ireland last year for the first edition and he enjoyed it so much that he came back for this year’s edition. Next year’s on us!”
This year’s Glitch Festival saw 4,000 people descend upon Gianpula Fields for the two-day music extravaganza, and while most of them would gladly return next year, we know there’s one person out there who will definitely be returning.