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Roman Gonzalez vs Edgar Sosa

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Although flyweight world champion Roman Gonzalez has been long regarded as one of the best fighters in the world pound for pound, he has had virtually no exposure in the United States. But that

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Aussie Acts To Play Spain's Primavera Festival - theMusic

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Spain's Primavera Sound Festival, one of Europe's biggest festivals, has announced at least fiev Australian acts for its 2014 event.
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Festivalhunter.com is your one stop shop for all the information you need on Festivals in Europe. Although the website does have the capacity to cover the world, the initial focus will be on European Music Festivals. The development team has implemented a number of great features and design changes to help make Festivalhunter.com the only place you need to go for the essential information.
Whether you are coming from Brazil, Australia, Canada the US or anywhere else in the world, Festivalhunter.com will have the tools you need to find out where you want to go and what’s hot in the world of Music Festivals in Europe.
So, what’s new with festivalhunter.com? We have reinvigorated the home page, with a great looking new map. A new logo will come soon. There is now a landing page for new users so they can see what is going on, and an option to disable this if you don’t want to see it every time you come back.
We have optimised the website to make it faster so you can get to the information you need about each Festival in Europe faster. We will be launching a new logo soon, and a new header bar and best of all, we are going to look at a better way for users to rate, comment and share information on each festival.
The directors of the website are bringing new people in to write about festivals, draw up lists and guides and to provide feedback from the users as to the best way to use the site. There will be a renewed focus on managing the huge number of festivals in our database so that the users can simply and easily find out what they are after. The quality of the content will become the focus in the New Year, we are looking to provide accurate and straightforward information and let the community share the little secrets so your experience will be as easy as possible, and you can just enjoy the Festival.
Festivalhunter.com is always looking for ways to improve its site. The raft of changes we have made are all to benefit the user, we are always looking for new structures and new formats to display our information across the internet. The development team is working on a way for users to submit festivals we haven’t got to yet or places we have missed, we are hoping to have prizes and giveaways for contributors who provide the festival hunting community with great information.
People travel far and wide to get to festivals all over Europe. The ‘Get There’ feature, which is an API developed by Rome2Rio lets you compare flight, bus, car, train and ferry routes and combinations to get from anywhere, to anywhere. In the near future, festivalhunter.com is looking at developing a favourites list users can carry onto the ‘Get There’ page. This will allow John, from Uluru in Australia to find the best way to get to Tomorrowland, Open’r, PinkPop, Sensation White and then home again (and he will know what order to do it in as he uses festivalhunter.com).
Work has already begun on updating information for 2014, so the headliners and dates are on the way. Tomorrowland as always is going to be huge, with the 5 day camping pass being the most sought after ticket in town. If you are unlucky enough not to get the tickets to Tomorrowland, there are a myriad of great festivals around Europe which will help you drown your sorrows in a sea of Rock, Pop, Electronic or Metal music, whatever you like is catered for!
Other features to look out for are a new integrated Search feature, so if you are looking for a specific band or place, you can find it a lot easier. This means if you want to see where Hardwell is playing this summer; it is just a short search away. With all of the information you need for European Music Festivals in one place, festivalhunter.com is your number one resource for the future of Music Festival Information services. Get on board now, join the community, and help us make something special for all the Festival Hunters out there, on the hunt for the best Europe Festival.

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RECORD STORE DAY: Girl Band planning single - hotpress.com (subscription)

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RECORD STORE DAY: Girl Band planning single hotpress.com (subscription) When asked about other plans for 2014 Alan said “We're gonna be touring the UK and Europe pretty extensively in June, then just festivals in the summer and maybe a new single...
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Festivalhunter.com is your one stop shop for all the information you need on Festivals in Europe. Although the website does have the capacity to cover the world, the initial focus will be on European Music Festivals. The development team has implemented a number of great features and design changes to help make Festivalhunter.com the only place you need to go for the essential information.
Whether you are coming from Brazil, Australia, Canada the US or anywhere else in the world, Festivalhunter.com will have the tools you need to find out where you want to go and what’s hot in the world of Music Festivals in Europe.
So, what’s new with festivalhunter.com? We have reinvigorated the home page, with a great looking new map. A new logo will come soon. There is now a landing page for new users so they can see what is going on, and an option to disable this if you don’t want to see it every time you come back.
We have optimised the website to make it faster so you can get to the information you need about each Festival in Europe faster. We will be launching a new logo soon, and a new header bar and best of all, we are going to look at a better way for users to rate, comment and share information on each festival.
The directors of the website are bringing new people in to write about festivals, draw up lists and guides and to provide feedback from the users as to the best way to use the site. There will be a renewed focus on managing the huge number of festivals in our database so that the users can simply and easily find out what they are after. The quality of the content will become the focus in the New Year, we are looking to provide accurate and straightforward information and let the community share the little secrets so your experience will be as easy as possible, and you can just enjoy the Festival.
Festivalhunter.com is always looking for ways to improve its site. The raft of changes we have made are all to benefit the user, we are always looking for new structures and new formats to display our information across the internet. The development team is working on a way for users to submit festivals we haven’t got to yet or places we have missed, we are hoping to have prizes and giveaways for contributors who provide the festival hunting community with great information.
People travel far and wide to get to festivals all over Europe. The ‘Get There’ feature, which is an API developed by Rome2Rio lets you compare flight, bus, car, train and ferry routes and combinations to get from anywhere, to anywhere. In the near future, festivalhunter.com is looking at developing a favourites list users can carry onto the ‘Get There’ page. This will allow John, from Uluru in Australia to find the best way to get to Tomorrowland, Open’r, PinkPop, Sensation White and then home again (and he will know what order to do it in as he uses festivalhunter.com).
Work has already begun on updating information for 2014, so the headliners and dates are on the way. Tomorrowland as always is going to be huge, with the 5 day camping pass being the most sought after ticket in town. If you are unlucky enough not to get the tickets to Tomorrowland, there are a myriad of great festivals around Europe which will help you drown your sorrows in a sea of Rock, Pop, Electronic or Metal music, whatever you like is catered for!
Other features to look out for are a new integrated Search feature, so if you are looking for a specific band or place, you can find it a lot easier. This means if you want to see where Hardwell is playing this summer; it is just a short search away. With all of the information you need for European Music Festivals in one place, festivalhunter.com is your number one resource for the future of Music Festival Information services. Get on board now, join the community, and help us make something special for all the Festival Hunters out there, on the hunt for the best Europe Festival.

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Creative Europe's $2 Billion Cash Pool Opens for UK - Hollywood Reporter

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Hollywood Reporter Creative Europe's $2 Billion Cash Pool Opens for UK Hollywood Reporter The fund is worth $165 million (€121 million) and will see Creative Europe underwrite bank loans to creative businesses, aiming to help "unlock private...
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Festivalhunter.com is your one stop shop for all the information you need on Festivals in Europe. Although the website does have the capacity to cover the world, the initial focus will be on European Music Festivals. The development team has implemented a number of great features and design changes to help make Festivalhunter.com the only place you need to go for the essential information.
Whether you are coming from Brazil, Australia, Canada the US or anywhere else in the world, Festivalhunter.com will have the tools you need to find out where you want to go and what’s hot in the world of Music Festivals in Europe.
So, what’s new with festivalhunter.com? We have reinvigorated the home page, with a great looking new map. A new logo will come soon. There is now a landing page for new users so they can see what is going on, and an option to disable this if you don’t want to see it every time you come back.
We have optimised the website to make it faster so you can get to the information you need about each Festival in Europe faster. We will be launching a new logo soon, and a new header bar and best of all, we are going to look at a better way for users to rate, comment and share information on each festival.
The directors of the website are bringing new people in to write about festivals, draw up lists and guides and to provide feedback from the users as to the best way to use the site. There will be a renewed focus on managing the huge number of festivals in our database so that the users can simply and easily find out what they are after. The quality of the content will become the focus in the New Year, we are looking to provide accurate and straightforward information and let the community share the little secrets so your experience will be as easy as possible, and you can just enjoy the Festival.
Festivalhunter.com is always looking for ways to improve its site. The raft of changes we have made are all to benefit the user, we are always looking for new structures and new formats to display our information across the internet. The development team is working on a way for users to submit festivals we haven’t got to yet or places we have missed, we are hoping to have prizes and giveaways for contributors who provide the festival hunting community with great information.
People travel far and wide to get to festivals all over Europe. The ‘Get There’ feature, which is an API developed by Rome2Rio lets you compare flight, bus, car, train and ferry routes and combinations to get from anywhere, to anywhere. In the near future, festivalhunter.com is looking at developing a favourites list users can carry onto the ‘Get There’ page. This will allow John, from Uluru in Australia to find the best way to get to Tomorrowland, Open’r, PinkPop, Sensation White and then home again (and he will know what order to do it in as he uses festivalhunter.com).
Work has already begun on updating information for 2014, so the headliners and dates are on the way. Tomorrowland as always is going to be huge, with the 5 day camping pass being the most sought after ticket in town. If you are unlucky enough not to get the tickets to Tomorrowland, there are a myriad of great festivals around Europe which will help you drown your sorrows in a sea of Rock, Pop, Electronic or Metal music, whatever you like is catered for!
Other features to look out for are a new integrated Search feature, so if you are looking for a specific band or place, you can find it a lot easier. This means if you want to see where Hardwell is playing this summer; it is just a short search away. With all of the information you need for European Music Festivals in one place, festivalhunter.com is your number one resource for the future of Music Festival Information services. Get on board now, join the community, and help us make something special for all the Festival Hunters out there, on the hunt for the best Europe Festival.

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Festival hunter | Europe Festival list

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Festival Hunter provides a map of festivals in Europe with dates, headliners, genre descriptions and accommodation information for all the best European festivals
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Director Dan Mirvish's Favorite Movies of 2013 - Paste Magazine

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Director Dan Mirvish's Favorite Movies of 2013
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But in reality, at these festivals I mostly saw my own movie, Between Us, over and over again. And I went to parties. And ate a lot of finger ....
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Contortionist Khaliuka Narankhuu Prague International Entertainment

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Contortionist Khaliuka Narankhuu is available to perform at Gala evenings, Casinos, Circus Rings, Cruise Ships, Night Clubs.
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Make the Most of your Tuscany Voyage this Christmas Season

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If you want to celebrate your Christmas holidays in the most celebrated region of Italy, Tuscany will be the perfect choice. The cultivating lands, meadows and woodlands, the art cities and town, the rolling hills surrounded by pastoral stones and of course the exotic Tuscany villas are captivating enough to make you revisit the place time and again. Not to mention, large national parks, natural reserves for outdoor activities, the gorgeous seaside and the impressive ski mountains are just perfect for you and your family this Christmas season. Yes, Tuscany has it all. [...]


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Interview with Simple Plan | FESTIVALPHOTO

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Reviews from music festivals, concerts, cd/dvd:s and interviews with artists. (Back in summer Simple Plan visited Europe to play shows at festivals Rock am Ring and Rock im Park in Germany....
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Europe Festival searching website FestivalHunter.com is a brand new website just released. The site is currently in Beta phase with many of the Europe Festivals already lodged, but with the headliners from last year. The developers of the site will look to update the database as the new headliners come available for the 2014 festival season. Festival hunter is currently in the process of becoming a transcontinental site. It has information on festivals in North America, Europe, and South America and has begun to add festivals from Australia. <a href=http://www.festivalhunter.com> Europe festival</a>. 
The interface is an interactive tool that is always working to improve its ease of access and efficiency for its users. Right now the main focus is making sure all the Festivals in Europe are clear and displayed. Although they do have festivals shown in other continents, those will be given more attention and detail once the first phase of the website is completed.
Besides just showing the festivals and when they happen, it gives you clear and precise instructions on the various method of transportation that are available as well as the running times of any public transportation and the costs. This makes it easy to plan your travels around the festivals you want to attend as well as see how to travel between festivals.
Festival Hunter also allows users to review and rate all the festivals and tips for each festival. All this can be done in the blog section of the website with ease and little confusion.
Festival Hunter was created by two young Australians who have done significant travelling in Europe and parts of North America. One of the developers has extensive first hand experience of festivals in Europe and this is an advantage because it ensures the website’s users exactly what they need to know in a simple and clear format.
The developers of Festival Hunter have lots of knowledge and resources on web development that they have used to create Festival Hunter. They have gained experience working for clients who need website development and restructuring which has made it easier for them to perfect Festival Hunter.
The interface is a simple map which is easy to zoom in and out of to see how close festivals are in relation to each other or other travel destinations one might have on their trip. It also shows in which city they are each located so users can look other attractions nearby.
The website aims to provide a map, with the essential information required by festival goers before they decide which festivals to attend. The website has also integrated a handy tool to assist travellers to find routes and modes of transport to get to their favourite festivals.
The website is community based, so members can sign up to contribute to the festivals and add new festivals missed by the administrator. If the person has been to a festival in the past, they can look at the comments left by others, leave their own comments or rate the festival so that other people heading to the Europe Festival Summer can see handy hints and tricks.
Further to this, the admin are always working on producing useful content which will help users looking for essential information, or for ideas on a route where they may be able to go to 5 or 6 festivals in a loop, seeing all of their favourite bands on the way. Festivalhunter.com is in the very early stages of growth, the concept was established in 2011, there are endless options for the direction of the website, which will be community driven. In future a forum may even be established for contributors to share useful tips and tricks.
Festival Hunter is unique in that it will attempt to map the festivals of the world, with a comments system which will allow for the best information to be provided to people planning a trip. Although it starts in Europe, with a focus on Europe festivals, the site will aim to grow and cover more obscure nations and festivals.
For now, information is simple and succinct but as the site grows there may be a need to organise the content contributed by members. An example of the layout is as follows

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The first online film festival in Eastern Europe is about to start

The first online film festival in Eastern Europe is about to start | Canelo Alvarez vs James Kirkland Live | Scoop.it
20/12/2013 - The Nedjeljna Avvantura na tportalu will give access each week to 2 exclusive films on tportal.hr starting Sunday, December 22 (The first online film festival in Eastern Europe is about to start - Festivals - Croatia: The Nedjelj...
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Europe Festival searching website FestivalHunter.com is a brand new website just released. The site is currently in Beta phase with many of the Europe Festivals already lodged, but with the headliners from last year. The developers of the site will look to update the database as the new headliners come available for the 2014 festival season. Festival hunter is currently in the process of becoming a transcontinental site. It has information on festivals in North America, Europe, and South America and has begun to add festivals from Australia. <a href=http://www.festivalhunter.com> Europe festival</a>. 
The interface is an interactive tool that is always working to improve its ease of access and efficiency for its users. Right now the main focus is making sure all the Festivals in Europe are clear and displayed. Although they do have festivals shown in other continents, those will be given more attention and detail once the first phase of the website is completed.
Besides just showing the festivals and when they happen, it gives you clear and precise instructions on the various method of transportation that are available as well as the running times of any public transportation and the costs. This makes it easy to plan your travels around the festivals you want to attend as well as see how to travel between festivals.
Festival Hunter also allows users to review and rate all the festivals and tips for each festival. All this can be done in the blog section of the website with ease and little confusion.
Festival Hunter was created by two young Australians who have done significant travelling in Europe and parts of North America. One of the developers has extensive first hand experience of festivals in Europe and this is an advantage because it ensures the website’s users exactly what they need to know in a simple and clear format.
The developers of Festival Hunter have lots of knowledge and resources on web development that they have used to create Festival Hunter. They have gained experience working for clients who need website development and restructuring which has made it easier for them to perfect Festival Hunter.
The interface is a simple map which is easy to zoom in and out of to see how close festivals are in relation to each other or other travel destinations one might have on their trip. It also shows in which city they are each located so users can look other attractions nearby.
The website aims to provide a map, with the essential information required by festival goers before they decide which festivals to attend. The website has also integrated a handy tool to assist travellers to find routes and modes of transport to get to their favourite festivals.
The website is community based, so members can sign up to contribute to the festivals and add new festivals missed by the administrator. If the person has been to a festival in the past, they can look at the comments left by others, leave their own comments or rate the festival so that other people heading to the Europe Festival Summer can see handy hints and tricks.
Further to this, the admin are always working on producing useful content which will help users looking for essential information, or for ideas on a route where they may be able to go to 5 or 6 festivals in a loop, seeing all of their favourite bands on the way. Festivalhunter.com is in the very early stages of growth, the concept was established in 2011, there are endless options for the direction of the website, which will be community driven. In future a forum may even be established for contributors to share useful tips and tricks.
Festival Hunter is unique in that it will attempt to map the festivals of the world, with a comments system which will allow for the best information to be provided to people planning a trip. Although it starts in Europe, with a focus on Europe festivals, the site will aim to grow and cover more obscure nations and festivals.
For now, information is simple and succinct but as the site grows there may be a need to organise the content contributed by members. An example of the layout is as follows

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The Lion City finds its global voice in homegrown musical talents - South China Morning Post

The Lion City finds its global voice in homegrown musical talents - South China Morning Post | Canelo Alvarez vs James Kirkland Live | Scoop.it
The Lion City finds its global voice in homegrown musical talents
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Other artists have branched out on their own.
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Europe Festival searching website FestivalHunter.com is a brand new website just released. The site is currently in Beta phase with many of the Europe Festivals already lodged, but with the headliners from last year. The developers of the site will look to update the database as the new headliners come available for the 2014 festival season. Festival hunter is currently in the process of becoming a transcontinental site. It has information on festivals in North America, Europe, and South America and has begun to add festivals from Australia. <a href=http://www.festivalhunter.com> Europe festival</a>. 
The interface is an interactive tool that is always working to improve its ease of access and efficiency for its users. Right now the main focus is making sure all the Festivals in Europe are clear and displayed. Although they do have festivals shown in other continents, those will be given more attention and detail once the first phase of the website is completed.
Besides just showing the festivals and when they happen, it gives you clear and precise instructions on the various method of transportation that are available as well as the running times of any public transportation and the costs. This makes it easy to plan your travels around the festivals you want to attend as well as see how to travel between festivals.
Festival Hunter also allows users to review and rate all the festivals and tips for each festival. All this can be done in the blog section of the website with ease and little confusion.
Festival Hunter was created by two young Australians who have done significant travelling in Europe and parts of North America. One of the developers has extensive first hand experience of festivals in Europe and this is an advantage because it ensures the website’s users exactly what they need to know in a simple and clear format.
The developers of Festival Hunter have lots of knowledge and resources on web development that they have used to create Festival Hunter. They have gained experience working for clients who need website development and restructuring which has made it easier for them to perfect Festival Hunter.
The interface is a simple map which is easy to zoom in and out of to see how close festivals are in relation to each other or other travel destinations one might have on their trip. It also shows in which city they are each located so users can look other attractions nearby.
The website aims to provide a map, with the essential information required by festival goers before they decide which festivals to attend. The website has also integrated a handy tool to assist travellers to find routes and modes of transport to get to their favourite festivals.
The website is community based, so members can sign up to contribute to the festivals and add new festivals missed by the administrator. If the person has been to a festival in the past, they can look at the comments left by others, leave their own comments or rate the festival so that other people heading to the Europe Festival Summer can see handy hints and tricks.
Further to this, the admin are always working on producing useful content which will help users looking for essential information, or for ideas on a route where they may be able to go to 5 or 6 festivals in a loop, seeing all of their favourite bands on the way. Festivalhunter.com is in the very early stages of growth, the concept was established in 2011, there are endless options for the direction of the website, which will be community driven. In future a forum may even be established for contributors to share useful tips and tricks.
Festival Hunter is unique in that it will attempt to map the festivals of the world, with a comments system which will allow for the best information to be provided to people planning a trip. Although it starts in Europe, with a focus on Europe festivals, the site will aim to grow and cover more obscure nations and festivals.
For now, information is simple and succinct but as the site grows there may be a need to organise the content contributed by members. An example of the layout is as follows

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Christoph Eschenbach to Lead Chritian Tetzlaff and LA Phil at Walt Disney ... - Broadway World

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Christoph Eschenbach to Lead Chritian Tetzlaff and LA Phil at Walt Disney ...
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... of the National Symphony Orchestra as well as Music Director of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C.
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Europe Festival searching website FestivalHunter.com is a brand new website just released. The site is currently in Beta phase with many of the Europe Festivals already lodged, but with the headliners from last year. The developers of the site will look to update the database as the new headliners come available for the 2014 festival season. Festival hunter is currently in the process of becoming a transcontinental site. It has information on festivals in North America, Europe, and South America and has begun to add festivals from Australia. <a href=http://www.festivalhunter.com> Europe festival</a>. 
The interface is an interactive tool that is always working to improve its ease of access and efficiency for its users. Right now the main focus is making sure all the Festivals in Europe are clear and displayed. Although they do have festivals shown in other continents, those will be given more attention and detail once the first phase of the website is completed.
Besides just showing the festivals and when they happen, it gives you clear and precise instructions on the various method of transportation that are available as well as the running times of any public transportation and the costs. This makes it easy to plan your travels around the festivals you want to attend as well as see how to travel between festivals.
Festival Hunter also allows users to review and rate all the festivals and tips for each festival. All this can be done in the blog section of the website with ease and little confusion.
Festival Hunter was created by two young Australians who have done significant travelling in Europe and parts of North America. One of the developers has extensive first hand experience of festivals in Europe and this is an advantage because it ensures the website’s users exactly what they need to know in a simple and clear format.
The developers of Festival Hunter have lots of knowledge and resources on web development that they have used to create Festival Hunter. They have gained experience working for clients who need website development and restructuring which has made it easier for them to perfect Festival Hunter.
The interface is a simple map which is easy to zoom in and out of to see how close festivals are in relation to each other or other travel destinations one might have on their trip. It also shows in which city they are each located so users can look other attractions nearby.
The website aims to provide a map, with the essential information required by festival goers before they decide which festivals to attend. The website has also integrated a handy tool to assist travellers to find routes and modes of transport to get to their favourite festivals.
The website is community based, so members can sign up to contribute to the festivals and add new festivals missed by the administrator. If the person has been to a festival in the past, they can look at the comments left by others, leave their own comments or rate the festival so that other people heading to the Europe Festival Summer can see handy hints and tricks.
Further to this, the admin are always working on producing useful content which will help users looking for essential information, or for ideas on a route where they may be able to go to 5 or 6 festivals in a loop, seeing all of their favourite bands on the way. Festivalhunter.com is in the very early stages of growth, the concept was established in 2011, there are endless options for the direction of the website, which will be community driven. In future a forum may even be established for contributors to share useful tips and tricks.
Festival Hunter is unique in that it will attempt to map the festivals of the world, with a comments system which will allow for the best information to be provided to people planning a trip. Although it starts in Europe, with a focus on Europe festivals, the site will aim to grow and cover more obscure nations and festivals.
For now, information is simple and succinct but as the site grows there may be a need to organise the content contributed by members. An example of the layout is as follows

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Gennady Golovkin vs Willie Monroe

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Gennady Golovkin vs Willie Monroe
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Boxing's knockout king Gennady Golovkin has claimed he now wants to beat his next opponent by going all 12 rounds, rather than inflict the 30th stoppage of his burgeoning career. This Kazakh wa"

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Canelo Alvarez vs James Kirkland Live

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Alvarez declared that he is ready for his upcoming showdown with James Kirkland on May 9 at the Minute Maid Park in Houston
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Radar Illawarra: the week's music news - Illawarra Mercury

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Radar Illawarra: the week's music news Illawarra Mercury After hosting parties at South By South West festival, playing with Lemmy and Peaches through Europe, and featuring on festivals all over the US, the rock'n'rollers will play a quick...
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Festivalhunter.com is your one stop shop for all the information you need on Festivals in Europe. Although the website does have the capacity to cover the world, the initial focus will be on European Music Festivals. The development team has implemented a number of great features and design changes to help make Festivalhunter.com the only place you need to go for the essential information.
Whether you are coming from Brazil, Australia, Canada the US or anywhere else in the world, Festivalhunter.com will have the tools you need to find out where you want to go and what’s hot in the world of Music Festivals in Europe.
So, what’s new with festivalhunter.com? We have reinvigorated the home page, with a great looking new map. A new logo will come soon. There is now a landing page for new users so they can see what is going on, and an option to disable this if you don’t want to see it every time you come back.
We have optimised the website to make it faster so you can get to the information you need about each Festival in Europe faster. We will be launching a new logo soon, and a new header bar and best of all, we are going to look at a better way for users to rate, comment and share information on each festival.
The directors of the website are bringing new people in to write about festivals, draw up lists and guides and to provide feedback from the users as to the best way to use the site. There will be a renewed focus on managing the huge number of festivals in our database so that the users can simply and easily find out what they are after. The quality of the content will become the focus in the New Year, we are looking to provide accurate and straightforward information and let the community share the little secrets so your experience will be as easy as possible, and you can just enjoy the Festival.
Festivalhunter.com is always looking for ways to improve its site. The raft of changes we have made are all to benefit the user, we are always looking for new structures and new formats to display our information across the internet. The development team is working on a way for users to submit festivals we haven’t got to yet or places we have missed, we are hoping to have prizes and giveaways for contributors who provide the festival hunting community with great information.
People travel far and wide to get to festivals all over Europe. The ‘Get There’ feature, which is an API developed by Rome2Rio lets you compare flight, bus, car, train and ferry routes and combinations to get from anywhere, to anywhere. In the near future, festivalhunter.com is looking at developing a favourites list users can carry onto the ‘Get There’ page. This will allow John, from Uluru in Australia to find the best way to get to Tomorrowland, Open’r, PinkPop, Sensation White and then home again (and he will know what order to do it in as he uses festivalhunter.com).
Work has already begun on updating information for 2014, so the headliners and dates are on the way. Tomorrowland as always is going to be huge, with the 5 day camping pass being the most sought after ticket in town. If you are unlucky enough not to get the tickets to Tomorrowland, there are a myriad of great festivals around Europe which will help you drown your sorrows in a sea of Rock, Pop, Electronic or Metal music, whatever you like is catered for!
Other features to look out for are a new integrated Search feature, so if you are looking for a specific band or place, you can find it a lot easier. This means if you want to see where Hardwell is playing this summer; it is just a short search away. With all of the information you need for European Music Festivals in one place, festivalhunter.com is your number one resource for the future of Music Festival Information services. Get on board now, join the community, and help us make something special for all the Festival Hunters out there, on the hunt for the best Europe Festival.

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Irish teens The Strypes earn stars with Oscars party gig - Irish Independent

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Irish teens The Strypes earn stars with Oscars party gig
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The band, who have been together since 2008, have spent the past 18 months hammering out a blues repertoire in clubs and at festivals across Europe.
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Festivalhunter.com is your one stop shop for all the information you need on Festivals in Europe. Although the website does have the capacity to cover the world, the initial focus will be on European Music Festivals. The development team has implemented a number of great features and design changes to help make Festivalhunter.com the only place you need to go for the essential information.
Whether you are coming from Brazil, Australia, Canada the US or anywhere else in the world, Festivalhunter.com will have the tools you need to find out where you want to go and what’s hot in the world of Music Festivals in Europe.
So, what’s new with festivalhunter.com? We have reinvigorated the home page, with a great looking new map. A new logo will come soon. There is now a landing page for new users so they can see what is going on, and an option to disable this if you don’t want to see it every time you come back.
We have optimised the website to make it faster so you can get to the information you need about each Festival in Europe faster. We will be launching a new logo soon, and a new header bar and best of all, we are going to look at a better way for users to rate, comment and share information on each festival.
The directors of the website are bringing new people in to write about festivals, draw up lists and guides and to provide feedback from the users as to the best way to use the site. There will be a renewed focus on managing the huge number of festivals in our database so that the users can simply and easily find out what they are after. The quality of the content will become the focus in the New Year, we are looking to provide accurate and straightforward information and let the community share the little secrets so your experience will be as easy as possible, and you can just enjoy the Festival.
Festivalhunter.com is always looking for ways to improve its site. The raft of changes we have made are all to benefit the user, we are always looking for new structures and new formats to display our information across the internet. The development team is working on a way for users to submit festivals we haven’t got to yet or places we have missed, we are hoping to have prizes and giveaways for contributors who provide the festival hunting community with great information.
People travel far and wide to get to festivals all over Europe. The ‘Get There’ feature, which is an API developed by Rome2Rio lets you compare flight, bus, car, train and ferry routes and combinations to get from anywhere, to anywhere. In the near future, festivalhunter.com is looking at developing a favourites list users can carry onto the ‘Get There’ page. This will allow John, from Uluru in Australia to find the best way to get to Tomorrowland, Open’r, PinkPop, Sensation White and then home again (and he will know what order to do it in as he uses festivalhunter.com).
Work has already begun on updating information for 2014, so the headliners and dates are on the way. Tomorrowland as always is going to be huge, with the 5 day camping pass being the most sought after ticket in town. If you are unlucky enough not to get the tickets to Tomorrowland, there are a myriad of great festivals around Europe which will help you drown your sorrows in a sea of Rock, Pop, Electronic or Metal music, whatever you like is catered for!
Other features to look out for are a new integrated Search feature, so if you are looking for a specific band or place, you can find it a lot easier. This means if you want to see where Hardwell is playing this summer; it is just a short search away. With all of the information you need for European Music Festivals in one place, festivalhunter.com is your number one resource for the future of Music Festival Information services. Get on board now, join the community, and help us make something special for all the Festival Hunters out there, on the hunt for the best Europe Festival.

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Festival hunter | Europe Festival list

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Festival Hunter provides a map of festivals in Europe with dates, headliners, genre descriptions and accommodation information for all the best European festivals
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Festivalhunter.com is your one stop shop for all the information you need on Festivals in Europe. Although the website does have the capacity to cover the world, the initial focus will be on European Music Festivals. The development team has implemented a number of great features and design changes to help make Festivalhunter.com the only place you need to go for the essential information. Whether you are coming from Brazil, Australia, Canada the US or anywhere else in the world, Festivalhunter.com will have the tools you need to find out where you want to go and what’s hot in the world of Music Festivals in Europe. So, what’s new with festivalhunter.com? We have reinvigorated the home page, with a great looking new map. A new logo will come soon. There is now a landing page for new users so they can see what is going on, and an option to disable this if you don’t want to see it every time you come back. We have optimised the website to make it faster so you can get to the information you need about each Festival in Europe faster. We will be launching a new logo soon, and a new header bar and best of all, we are going to look at a better way for users to rate, comment and share information on each festival. The directors of the website are bringing new people in to write about festivals, draw up lists and guides and to provide feedback from the users as to the best way to use the site. There will be a renewed focus on managing the huge number of festivals in our database so that the users can simply and easily find out what they are after. The quality of the content will become the focus in the New Year, we are looking to provide accurate and straightforward information and let the community share the little secrets so your experience will be as easy as possible, and you can just enjoy the Festival. Festivalhunter.com is always looking for ways to improve its site. The raft of changes we have made are all to benefit the user, we are always looking for new structures and new formats to display our information across the internet. The development team is working on a way for users to submit festivals we haven’t got to yet or places we have missed, we are hoping to have prizes and giveaways for contributors who provide the festival hunting community with great information. People travel far and wide to get to festivals all over Europe. The ‘Get There’ feature, which is an API developed by Rome2Rio lets you compare flight, bus, car, train and ferry routes and combinations to get from anywhere, to anywhere. In the near future, festivalhunter.com is looking at developing a favourites list users can carry onto the ‘Get There’ page. This will allow John, from Uluru in Australia to find the best way to get to Tomorrowland, Open’r, PinkPop, Sensation White and then home again (and he will know what order to do it in as he uses festivalhunter.com). Work has already begun on updating information for 2014, so the headliners and dates are on the way. Tomorrowland as always is going to be huge, with the 5 day camping pass being the most sought after ticket in town. If you are unlucky enough not to get the tickets to Tomorrowland, there are a myriad of great festivals around Europe which will help you drown your sorrows in a sea of Rock, Pop, Electronic or Metal music, whatever you like is catered for! Other features to look out for are a new integrated Search feature, so if you are looking for a specific band or place, you can find it a lot easier. This means if you want to see where Hardwell is playing this summer; it is just a short search away. With all of the information you need for European Music Festivals in one place, festivalhunter.com is your number one resource for the future of Music Festival Information services. Get on board now, join the community, and help us make something special for all the Festival Hunters out there, on the hunt for the best Europe Festival.
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Gojira Frontman Joe Duplantier: 'At One Point, Metallica Was My Life' - Loudwire

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Gojira Frontman Joe Duplantier: 'At One Point, Metallica Was My Life'
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Then they call us again and we go to Europe and we did some festivals in Poland in front of 80,000 people.
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Strong numbers for Victoria tourism in 2013 - Victoria Times Colonist

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Victoria Times Colonist Strong numbers for Victoria tourism in 2013 Victoria Times Colonist Although final figures for the year have not yet been compiled, a healthy performance particularly during the summer season has heartened tourism service...
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Nina Nesbitt live

NessieLive @ USTREAM: Nina Nesbitt. Folk (any news about festivals in europe next year? (live at http://t.co/dDd7neU2RH))
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Make the Most of your Tuscany Voyage this Christmas Season

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If you want to celebrate your Christmas holidays in the most celebrated region of Italy, Tuscany will be the perfect choice. The cultivating lands, meadows and woodlands, the art cities and town, the rolling hills surrounded by pastoral stones and of course the exotic Tuscany villas are captivating enough to make you revisit the place time and again. Not to mention, large national parks, natural reserves for outdoor activities, the gorgeous seaside and the impressive ski mountains are just perfect for you and your family this Christmas season. Yes, Tuscany has it all. [...]


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Twitter / Castleaday: Frankenstein Castle, Darmstadt, ...

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Frankenstein Castle, Darmstadt, Germany! This castle holds one of the biggest annual Halloween festivals in Europe! http://t.co/D88j59e4q0
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Europe Festival searching website FestivalHunter.com is a brand new website just released. The site is currently in Beta phase with many of the Europe Festivals already lodged, but with the headliners from last year. The developers of the site will look to update the database as the new headliners come available for the 2014 festival season. Festival hunter is currently in the process of becoming a transcontinental site. It has information on festivals in North America, Europe, and South America and has begun to add festivals from Australia. <a href=http://www.festivalhunter.com> Europe festival</a>. 
The interface is an interactive tool that is always working to improve its ease of access and efficiency for its users. Right now the main focus is making sure all the Festivals in Europe are clear and displayed. Although they do have festivals shown in other continents, those will be given more attention and detail once the first phase of the website is completed.
Besides just showing the festivals and when they happen, it gives you clear and precise instructions on the various method of transportation that are available as well as the running times of any public transportation and the costs. This makes it easy to plan your travels around the festivals you want to attend as well as see how to travel between festivals.
Festival Hunter also allows users to review and rate all the festivals and tips for each festival. All this can be done in the blog section of the website with ease and little confusion.
Festival Hunter was created by two young Australians who have done significant travelling in Europe and parts of North America. One of the developers has extensive first hand experience of festivals in Europe and this is an advantage because it ensures the website’s users exactly what they need to know in a simple and clear format.
The developers of Festival Hunter have lots of knowledge and resources on web development that they have used to create Festival Hunter. They have gained experience working for clients who need website development and restructuring which has made it easier for them to perfect Festival Hunter.
The interface is a simple map which is easy to zoom in and out of to see how close festivals are in relation to each other or other travel destinations one might have on their trip. It also shows in which city they are each located so users can look other attractions nearby.
The website aims to provide a map, with the essential information required by festival goers before they decide which festivals to attend. The website has also integrated a handy tool to assist travellers to find routes and modes of transport to get to their favourite festivals.
The website is community based, so members can sign up to contribute to the festivals and add new festivals missed by the administrator. If the person has been to a festival in the past, they can look at the comments left by others, leave their own comments or rate the festival so that other people heading to the Europe Festival Summer can see handy hints and tricks.
Further to this, the admin are always working on producing useful content which will help users looking for essential information, or for ideas on a route where they may be able to go to 5 or 6 festivals in a loop, seeing all of their favourite bands on the way. Festivalhunter.com is in the very early stages of growth, the concept was established in 2011, there are endless options for the direction of the website, which will be community driven. In future a forum may even be established for contributors to share useful tips and tricks.
Festival Hunter is unique in that it will attempt to map the festivals of the world, with a comments system which will allow for the best information to be provided to people planning a trip. Although it starts in Europe, with a focus on Europe festivals, the site will aim to grow and cover more obscure nations and festivals.
For now, information is simple and succinct but as the site grows there may be a need to organise the content contributed by members. An example of the layout is as follows

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Welcome 2014 in style - Times of India

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Welcome 2014 in style
Times of India
There's a special set menu on December 31 ( 3,000 plus taxes, per guest). Gourmet Shop: Traditional ingredients from Europe and ancient recipes passed through generations are a potent combination.
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Europe Festival searching website FestivalHunter.com is a brand new website just released. The site is currently in Beta phase with many of the Europe Festivals already lodged, but with the headliners from last year. The developers of the site will look to update the database as the new headliners come available for the 2014 festival season. Festival hunter is currently in the process of becoming a transcontinental site. It has information on festivals in North America, Europe, and South America and has begun to add festivals from Australia. <a href=http://www.festivalhunter.com> Europe festival</a>. 
The interface is an interactive tool that is always working to improve its ease of access and efficiency for its users. Right now the main focus is making sure all the Festivals in Europe are clear and displayed. Although they do have festivals shown in other continents, those will be given more attention and detail once the first phase of the website is completed.
Besides just showing the festivals and when they happen, it gives you clear and precise instructions on the various method of transportation that are available as well as the running times of any public transportation and the costs. This makes it easy to plan your travels around the festivals you want to attend as well as see how to travel between festivals.
Festival Hunter also allows users to review and rate all the festivals and tips for each festival. All this can be done in the blog section of the website with ease and little confusion.
Festival Hunter was created by two young Australians who have done significant travelling in Europe and parts of North America. One of the developers has extensive first hand experience of festivals in Europe and this is an advantage because it ensures the website’s users exactly what they need to know in a simple and clear format.
The developers of Festival Hunter have lots of knowledge and resources on web development that they have used to create Festival Hunter. They have gained experience working for clients who need website development and restructuring which has made it easier for them to perfect Festival Hunter.
The interface is a simple map which is easy to zoom in and out of to see how close festivals are in relation to each other or other travel destinations one might have on their trip. It also shows in which city they are each located so users can look other attractions nearby.
The website aims to provide a map, with the essential information required by festival goers before they decide which festivals to attend. The website has also integrated a handy tool to assist travellers to find routes and modes of transport to get to their favourite festivals.
The website is community based, so members can sign up to contribute to the festivals and add new festivals missed by the administrator. If the person has been to a festival in the past, they can look at the comments left by others, leave their own comments or rate the festival so that other people heading to the Europe Festival Summer can see handy hints and tricks.
Further to this, the admin are always working on producing useful content which will help users looking for essential information, or for ideas on a route where they may be able to go to 5 or 6 festivals in a loop, seeing all of their favourite bands on the way. Festivalhunter.com is in the very early stages of growth, the concept was established in 2011, there are endless options for the direction of the website, which will be community driven. In future a forum may even be established for contributors to share useful tips and tricks.
Festival Hunter is unique in that it will attempt to map the festivals of the world, with a comments system which will allow for the best information to be provided to people planning a trip. Although it starts in Europe, with a focus on Europe festivals, the site will aim to grow and cover more obscure nations and festivals.
For now, information is simple and succinct but as the site grows there may be a need to organise the content contributed by members. An example of the layout is as follows

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Tours: The Offspring (European Festivals)

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The Offspring have announced some festival appearances for Europe in 2014.

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The Offspring have announced some festival appearances for Europe ...
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Europe Festival searching website FestivalHunter.com is a brand new website just released. The site is currently in Beta phase with many of the Europe Festivals already lodged, but with the headliners from last year. The developers of the site will look to update the database as the new headliners come available for the 2014 festival season. Festival hunter is currently in the process of becoming a transcontinental site. It has information on festivals in North America, Europe, and South America and has begun to add festivals from Australia. <a href="http://www.festivalhunter.com"> Europe festival</a>. 
The interface is an interactive tool that is always working to improve its ease of access and efficiency for its users. Right now the main focus is making sure all the Festivals in Europe are clear and displayed. Although they do have festivals shown in other continents, those will be given more attention and detail once the first phase of the website is completed.
Besides just showing the festivals and when they happen, it gives you clear and precise instructions on the various method of transportation that are available as well as the running times of any public transportation and the costs. This makes it easy to plan your travels around the festivals you want to attend as well as see how to travel between festivals.
Festival Hunter also allows users to review and rate all the festivals and tips for each festival. All this can be done in the blog section of the website with ease and little confusion.
Festival Hunter was created by two young Australians who have done significant travelling in Europe and parts of North America. One of the developers has extensive first hand experience of festivals in Europe and this is an advantage because it ensures the website’s users exactly what they need to know in a simple and clear format.
The developers of Festival Hunter have lots of knowledge and resources on web development that they have used to create Festival Hunter. They have gained experience working for clients who need website development and restructuring which has made it easier for them to perfect Festival Hunter.
The interface is a simple map which is easy to zoom in and out of to see how close festivals are in relation to each other or other travel destinations one might have on their trip. It also shows in which city they are each located so users can look other attractions nearby.
The website aims to provide a map, with the essential information required by festival goers before they decide which festivals to attend. The website has also integrated a handy tool to assist travellers to find routes and modes of transport to get to their favourite festivals.
The website is community based, so members can sign up to contribute to the festivals and add new festivals missed by the administrator. If the person has been to a festival in the past, they can look at the comments left by others, leave their own comments or rate the festival so that other people heading to the Europe Festival Summer can see handy hints and tricks.
Further to this, the admin are always working on producing useful content which will help users looking for essential information, or for ideas on a route where they may be able to go to 5 or 6 festivals in a loop, seeing all of their favourite bands on the way. Festivalhunter.com is in the very early stages of growth, the concept was established in 2011, there are endless options for the direction of the website, which will be community driven. In future a forum may even be established for contributors to share useful tips and tricks.
Festival Hunter is unique in that it will attempt to map the festivals of the world, with a comments system which will allow for the best information to be provided to people planning a trip. Although it starts in Europe, with a focus on Europe festivals, the site will aim to grow and cover more obscure nations and festivals.
For now, information is simple and succinct but as the site grows there may be a need to organise the content contributed by members. An example of the layout is as follows

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