The UK Festival Awards are almost upon us - and you could have your say.
So that was the Great British Summer. Records were broken, the country sweltered and across the land music fans took in events of all colour, shape and creed.
Someone has to look after all this. The UK Festival Awards is on hand to rule the roost, judging events based on a variety of factors.
Returning for its tenth instalment, the judging panel need your help. A number of categories require public input, allowing the public to decide which events thrived - and which fell by the wayside.
UK Festival Awards Managing Director, James Drury commented: "It seems hard to believe that it was 10 years ago that the Festival Awards first launched. Festivals have changed incredibly in that decade and it’s been a privilege to have developed with such a fascinating, challenging and exceptionally creative industry. This year we're looking at events and acts of massively different ages all competing at a top level, likewise we continue to see a huge mix of musical styles bring real diversity to the season. We're very much looking forward to celebrating the festival-going public's favourites."
Fancy taking part? Click HERE.
In addition to this, Pete Fowler is set to host a special exhibition featuring the best festival artwork of the past ten years. Taking place at the Roundhouse, the best of these will be auctioned off with all proceeds going to Attitude is Everything, a charity which improves access to live music events for deaf and disabled people. Pete, of course, is an old friend of Clash and helped design our stage at the Big Chill back in 2010.
Full information HERE.
UK Festival Awards take place on December 2nd.
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