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    Music Festivals in the UK

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    Music has always been an integral part of human culture, from the first humans who used human voice as an instrument to the development of technology that allowed various different sounds to be produced and used. Music has become an inevitable part of our present culture, whether it is an everyday enjoyment of a specific genre, a way to express onself artistically or participating in music events such as music festivals. Furthermore, music does not only display our personal taste and preferences

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    Woodstock Music Festival

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    1970 a two-hundred and thirty minute documentary was released entitled "Woodstock." This documentary has set the standard for other documentaries to come. This documentary covers a three day festival that was held in August of 1969. The festival symbolized the ideas of the late 1960’s in terms of music, politics, and society in general. The documentary depicted the event as a major love and drug fest. Woodstock was a historic event that was the idea of four men by the names of Michael Lang,

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    was a three day music festival famously known for “peace and music” it happened August 15 to August 18, 1969 It was held at a 600 acre farm Bethel, New York in the Catskill Mountains. The festival created massive traffic jams and extreme shortages of food, water, and medical and sanitary facilities, it is still known today to be one of the biggest concerts in history. Woodstock drew 400,000 young people including a man named TJ Eck who was 28 at the time and had a thrive for music, Woodstock was

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    from the wisdom that grows here, grows from the gathering of souls.” -Terry Maness What could such a compelling statement be about? Woodstock Music Festival, or otherwise known as the greatest music festival of the counter-culture era; but only four short months later, the music died, all thanks to Altamont Music Festival. Woodstock was a three day music festival (with a short extended fourth day), that brought together the hottest rock stars of the sixties, including: Santana, Grateful Dead, Creedence

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    Country Music Festival Tamworth (TCMF). The TCMF is the Australia’s largest music festival and rated in the top ten coolest festivals (Destination NSW 2016). In this report, it will outline and analysis the planning intentions of the TCMF in regard to the goals, objectives, program, relationship between community and stakeholders, governance and event impacts. Purpose, goals, and objective of event The TCMF has a strong history, 2017 is the 45th of celebration (Tamworth Country Music Festival 2016)

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    Kertesz Period 3 1969 Woodstock Music Festival At a time of social reflection, with America reacting to war in Southeast Asia, the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy (1963), his brother Senator Robert F. Kennedy (1968), and Martin Luther King Jr.(1968), the Apollo landing on the moon, and a culture of public demonstration, through Woodstock, the country was asked to question its attitudes toward drugs, sex, and the establishment. Was Woodstock simply a music festival or a sign of growing dissatisfaction

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    Drug Use at Music Festivals

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    Since the earliest days of human civilization music has been a key tool for communication of stories which carried emotions through them. If we think back to our youngest years of life music has surrounded us whether it was from our parents singing us lullabies or from some sort of toy that played music we can say that musical melodies have helped shape or lives one way or another. Once we start growing up and figuring out who we are our musical preferences change; some people like classical and

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    The Essence Music Festival and Mardi Gras

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    Cultural events are events pertaining to cultures, such as a feast or festivals. By attending cultural events, you experience firsthand the diverse offering of culture and artistic expression found in a community. The Essence Music Festival and the Mardi Gras are two of the festivals that many people attend for all over the world. The Essence Music Festival is a festival, of many, that is held in New Orleans every year. This festival, which is scheduled during the 4th of July, draws many people from

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    Electronic Dance Music Festivals

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    Electronic Dance Music, also known as EDM, has increased in popularity over the past few years. The spike in popularity has helped create a bigger industry for EDM event planners. For example, the founder and CEO of Insomniac (a popular EDM event planning company), Pasquale Rotella is worth ten million dollars alone. In the 2014 Electric Daisy Carnival trailer, Rotella said, “Finally, I’ve felt like we’re getting somewhere,” in regards to the popularity and impact of these festivals. Because thousands

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    Since 2005, the electronic music festival Tomorrowland has become one of the largest in Europe and worldwide. The Tomorrowland festival holds over three days on 27, 28 and 29 at the end of July. It takes place every year as the recreational area at De Schorre Boom, near Antwerp in Belgium. Tomorrowland takes place each year in a park with restaurants, cocktail bars, open bar and a nice lake crossed by wooden bridges and swans paddle shaped spaces. 15 scenes spread over the vast hilly terrain or stands

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