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The Only Euro Festival Guide You’ll Ever Need

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Don’t spend the summer embarrassing yourself amongst your friends because you don’t know who books the Hellfest Openair festival in Clisson, France, or which bands are playing the Gods Of Metal festival in Milan, Italy. Pollstar’s 2012 Euro Festival Calendar has everything you need to know. Plus more.

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    Hard Rock Calling, Hyde Park, London, UK
    June 25, 2011

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Compiled by our Red Bull-guzzling, Vivarin-gulping team of ace researchers, our 2012 Euro Festival Calendar has all the data needed to make your summer across the Pond one to remember. Get the skinny on the U.K.’s Bestival, Bospop in the Netherlands, Denmark’s Roskilde and many, many more.

Best of all, it’s free. While other online media outlets might charge hundreds of dollars for this valuable information, we’re handing it out for no monetary consideration whatsoever. Just click here to download Pollstar’s 2012 Euro Festival Calendar, packaged in an easy-to-read PDF file.

Oh, and you might want to go get something out of the fridge while this baby downloads. Because of all the info we packed in this thing, it may take more than a few seconds before it appears on your screen.


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