Sunfall Festival criticised for ‘dangerous’ five-hour queues

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    The one-day event is taking place in south London’s Brockwell Park

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    Ticket-holders have criticised Sunfall Festival organisers for “dangerous” queues

    Sunfall Festival has been criticised by ticket-holders following what have been described as “dangerous” queues to get into the site. …Continue reading »

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