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Beautiful Days Arena Entrance
England

Beautiful Days is the West Country's foremost music festival, held at the end of August every year. Along with the top-class music acts, there is art, good food and a range of tea and coffee houses that appear across the Escot House site.

The large main stage and arena play host to the headline acts which included Hawkwind, The Pogues, The Wonder Stuff, The Saw Doctors, The Levellers, and in this panorama, Gong.

Copyright: Tom hurley
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Uploaded: 26/08/2009
Atualizado: 22/02/2012
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Tags: beautiful days; escot; devon; uk; music; levellers; blockheads; sculpture; festival; live; joe rebel sketchy; joe rebel; sketchy; howard marks; mr nice; circus tent; arena; stage; gong; wonder stuff; saw doctors; pogues; hawkwind
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