The Big Show


If you had unlimited budget and one year off, what major shows or events would you tick off your bucket-list? Took a quick poll of our crew and this is where they’d go in 2019.


Rugby World Cup, Japan

Six-week tournament kicking off September 20 with the final on November 2, Yokohama Stadium. The fixtures will be played in twelve stadiums around Japan, providing rugby fans with the perfect excuse to visit a fascinating and unique country.

Stay: Hotel Koe Tokyo.
Shop: Nakameguro and Daikanyama.
Eat: Muginae, Sushi Saito, Yakitori Imai.
Hike: Fuji.
Ride: Shinkansen bullet train.

What to Pack

Leic M10

Common Projects Achillies Low

Mavericks Challenge, California

Big wave surfing doesn’t get any better than at Mavericks Beach, just north of the town of Half Moon Bay at the village of Princeton-by-the-Sea. After a strong winter storm in the northern Pacic Ocean, waves can routinely crest at over 25 feet (8 m) and top out at over 60 feet (18 m).

Stay: Cavallo Point Lodge.
Visit: Museum of Modern Art.
Shop: Azalea, Voyager, Feet First.
Eat: Kaiyo, Nopa, State Bird Provisions.
Happy Hour: Bourbon & Branch.
Train: Rumble Boxing.

What to Pack

Misfit Shapes

Adidas Originals Powerphase

Glastonbury Festival, England

World famous annual festival hosted near Pilton, Somerset and attracts only the best of artists across music, dance, comedy, theatre, circus and cabaret. Get there by the end of June to see Radiohead, Foo Fighters, The XX, Major Lazer, Anderson .Paak, The Flaming Lips, Sampha and Little Dragon to name a fraction of the lineup in 2019. Plus, London is one of our all-time favourite cities, so whilst there:

Stay: Home House London.
Visit: Tate Modern.
Shop: Dover Street Market, Foot Patrol, Goodhood.
Eat: Bone Daddy’s, Sabor, The Anchor & Hope.
Happy Hour: The Harp.
Party: Printworks London.

What to Pack

ACRONYM Tec Sys Messenger

Nike ACG Wildwood

L'Ardia di San Costantino

L'ardia Di San Costantino is one of the biggest festivals in Sardinia. Taking place in July, this exciting horse race commemorates Constantine's victory at the Mulvian Bridge in 312. But it’s more than just a race, it’s a spiritual occasion for the region and an incredible opportunity to celebrate alongside the locals. In retrospect, it should be a wine and food festival in it’s own right as the local produce is amazing.

Stay: Petra Segreta Resort.
Visit: Cala Luna.
Hike: Cappo Caccia.
Eat: Al Vecchio Mulino, Dal Corsaro.
Sail: BlueDream Charter.

What to Pack