BoomTown Fair 2014

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BOOM! You’re in, and you won’t want to leave. Madness, magic, music and monsters, BoomTown Fair is a Pandora’s Box for nutters. This is a full on festival, four days and four nights, and not for the faint-hearted. If the mind-blowing line-up doesn’t swing it for you (which it will) the bright lights and debauchery of this potty pop-up playground More...

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