19 January 2023 | Christopher Barrett | Access All Areas
Denmark’s Roskilde Festival was among the big winners at last night’s, 18 January, European Festival Awards, with the event’s team picking up The Impossible without Youth award, Best Major Festival and Lifetime Achievement awards. The festival celebrated its 50th anniversary last year with a 130,000-capacity edition. The Awards’ 12th edition, which took place during ESNS
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