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eFestivals is fund-raising

eFestivals has been here 20 years supporting festivals and festival goers. Without your support it will not continue as it has been.
Advertising used to pay the bills but advertising revenues are much less than they were.

Festivals: if you'd like us to continue to promote your event to our 650,000 monthly readers you'll need to give a helping hand.
Festival-Goers: if every visitor in just one day donated just £2, that would provide funding for a whole year.

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  1. I haven't been to APE on my own, but I have been to several of the old Wireless festival events in Hyde Park (The Strokes and Morissey) when no-one else wanted to go. I say just go for it. You will always meet likeminded people at a festival.
  2. That's a shame. I did see them in Hyde Park 12 years ago, but I can't remember how long they played for then.
  3. You can download the APE app now. I guess the stage times will be displayed in there closer to the first weekend. I would be a bit disappointed if The Strokes only played for 75 minutes.
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