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I love that you included Counterpoint because I’m from GA. I would’ve like to have read more about festivals in other parts of the world, but great job with the infographic! Big festivals are pretty fun, but personally I love the smaller, more intimate festivals. 🙂
This is really interesting because I was expecting to see lollapalooza, bonaroo, and other main festivals, but yours are a little less known which is interesting. Cool infographic, and this makes me want to check these out, they all have great performers!
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