A valley rock festival that people hang out with each other in Jisan. A day with blue sky, green earth, and a cheerful sounds to listen.
Admist my busy schedule I managed to grant myself a special gift of a 3-day-long break. My love for music has led me to go to rock concerts every summer and this year I attended a rock festival, which was being held in Jisan for the first time.
I spent 3 wonderful days of blue skies, fresh green earth, and cheerful sounds, with a fun group of people.
I’ll never forget this summer because of the freedom, youth, passion and ambition that I felt at the festival, which I enjoyed thoroughly, and I will always try to uphold these characteristics. I hope that one day I will be able to experience this freedom and youth with you.
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