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Norfolk: Sundown Festival Will Be Back In 2014
Just four weeks ahead of Sundown Festival 2013, Heart can confirm it will be back on again in 2014.
Sundown’s management have said they would like to hear, first-hand, fans’ views of the festival by creating an inclusive focus group to help them develop further ideas, so that Sundown 2014, and beyond, can be bigger and better; what fans like, what they’d like to see at future events and what they think Sundown organisers could do better
The organisers will be holding monthly focus groups to gather festival fans and music fans to discuss all things Sundown
Applicants wishing to join the Sundown Focus Group will be required to commit to attending regular meetings, they should be between the ages of 14 and 30 years old and they must be Norfolk based. Applicants will also be required to provide information on their favoured genre of music, their general hobbies and interests and information about their use of social media
Sundown Festival spokesman, Dion Clements, saids: “Feedback is important to us and this year we’ve made a whole host of changes and improvements as a result of what our fans had to say last year, including improved camping, toilets and showers. With a dedicated focus group, we believe we can take this even further to ensure we deliver an event that suits the variety of preferences of Sundown fans”
To enter, applicants should visit the Sundown Festival UK Facebook page for more info on registering
Example and Jessie J will headline the 2013 festival, with the likes of Rita Ora, JLS, Wiley, DJ Fresh, James Arthur, Union J, Naughty Boy, Jaguar Skills and many more also set to perform the main stage.
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