Walking into Veld was an experience in itself. From tank tops to females doing their best to cover up in bikinis, there was no shortage of brazen creative outfits at this years VELD. There was one man dressed as “jesus” holding a sign with the newly infamous phrase “fuck her right in the pussy” was definitely a contradiction of sorts. There was plenty of room for parking on the massive Downsview park grounds, however the closer you parked meant the longer it would take for you to leave that night.Navigating through the festival was easy, the addition of a VELD mobile app which was available on all mobile platforms was nice to have for looking up set times and artist info and even their soundcloud links. The layout of the festival was carefully thought out and logistics were done relatively well. The TTC provided express shuttle service to and from Downsview station. The direction and signage at the festival itself were clearly communicated. VELD boasted two stages: The Bacardi Stage and the main Veld Stage. Both stages were positioned to prevent acoustical interference, which you might think would be a challenge considering the openness of the park.