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Vigo

HUNDREDS of concertgoers have been left injured after a pier collapsed into the sea during a Spanish pop festival. Two children were among the 313 people left with broken arms, legs and other injuries in the freak accident during the O Marisquiño festival in the city of Vigo, The Sun …

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A More Perfect Union

AUSSIE music lovers now have a brand new festival to look forward to following an announcement from Sydney band, Gang of Youths, that they were launching a new event. The announcement comes just months before the band kick off their ‘Say Yes to Life’ Australian tour, which left Brisbane fans …

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Bluesfest Byron Bay line-up

BEN Harper no longer has to make good on his threat to stage invade the 30th anniversary of Bluesfest in Byron Bay next year. Harper will reunite with his band Innocent Criminals to perform at the iconic festival which is one of the country’s most enduring live music events. It …

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Splendour in the Grass 2017

IT’S Byron’s biggest music festival, but police have issued a grim warning that if disaster strikes Splendour In the Grass, it would take eight hours to fully evacuate the venue. They also fear a repeat of the crowd crush at last year’s Falls Festival at Lorne last December, when 19 …

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Frank Woodley, Steen Raskopoulos

FROM being pelted with chicken drumsticks to being harassed by drunk fools, some of Australia’s top comedians have had some very awkward moments on stage. With the Melbourne International Comedy Festival now in full swing (to be followed by the Sydney Comedy Festival in May), we asked some very funny …

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Groovin The Moo 2017 line up

IT’S one of the last national festivals standing and the regional-friendly Groovin’ the Moo has revealed an eclectic line-up of international and local stars for their 2017 run. Among the headliners are British crowd-pleasers The Wombats, Australian rock faves Violent Soho and Hottest 100 queen Amy Shark. The Wombats have …

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