Every year, George goes to the Lowlands music and dance festival with his friends. He is crazy about alternative rock music and the most bizarre bands play at Lowlands. They camp out next to the festival grounds. This is always quite a challenge. They can borrow a super-heavy army tent from the scouting club, but it’s a big hassle to put it up. When the tent is finally pitched, the boys are ready for a beer.
A wristband allows them to enter the festival grounds. It has rained a lot and the ground has become very muddy. Joris doesn't care, because the sun is shining now and it's nice and warm. His friends are already queuing up to get coins for drinks.
George hears rock music coming from one of the tents. Four baby-faced kids are playing tight drums and bass lines and blazing guitar riffs. They rock hard and the audience goes completely crazy. Because he is tired, George seeks a place next to the tent on a slope, from where he can still hear the music well. But because there is so much mud, he suddenly slides down. His clothes are covered with mud! He laughs and decides to go dance.
His friends see George completely covered in mud. Jorge does not hesitate for a moment. He takes off his clothes, slides down the muddy slope and starts imitating George. A few girls, still wearing their rain ponchos, start cheering loudly. A crowd forms around the boys and the group of naked mud dancers gets bigger and bigger. Then for a moment it’s quiet on the stage. At that instant, the dancers, all muddied up, walk into the tent. After a moment of amazement, both the band and the audience burst into action. A performance never to forge