Your guide to 2010's best festivals
Thursday 13 May 2010
From the world-famous likes of Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds to the latest niche-interest and boutique events, the UK has always had a rich tradition of hosting music festivals during its balmy southern months. These days, though, there are so many different events on offer that sorting the wheat from the chaff can be a bit bewildering. With that in mind, we've sat down, had a think and come up with our guide to the best lesser-known festivals coming up in the next few months.
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