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Festival Annual '09 Brings Back Summer 2009 to the UK

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26th Oct 2009




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Festival Annual 09

The world's first festival-goer fan generated compendium of the best moments of 2009's UK summer Festivals. Festival Annual '09 was created over 96 days at 21 festivals, through the sun, the sunburn, the rain and mud, and with the contribution of over 15,000 British festival lovers.

This is the first ever user-generated book featuring those memorable experiences from this year s leading UK music festivals... but uniquely, from the point of view of the Great British Public. This is your festival book. It's not about the music or even the bands that play - it's about the people that go to the festivals to remember those amazing, fun filled and even very muddy moments.

Festival Annual 09 is a fantastically glorious coffee table book with 312 pages of iconic imagery featuring personal stories and observations of some of the real stars of the summer. "Included are the iconic Mankini Man and Kissing Booth guy from T in the Park and Eddie Griffiths' topsy turvy trip through the Fun House at Download, to fellow festival lovers like Dizzee Rascal, Frank Skinner, Friendly Fires, Jaime Winstone, Rob da Bank, Brendon Burns, Little Boots and Edith Bowman amongst others. The vibe, the buzz - whatever you call it, there's something unique in the air when you go to a festival and this book captures the very essence of that something special."

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AVAILABLE NOW at HubCulture.com

Fan Photo Award 2009

Festival Annual and the UK Festival Awards have teamed up to find the winner of the Festival Fan Photo Award for 2009. 30 photos have been shortlisted. The winning photo will be announced at the UK Festival Awards on the 19th November at Indigo2, 02 Dome, London.

From the Fan Photo Award Shortlist Of 30 shortlisted favourite photos, Hub Culture has selected its favourite TOP 5, shown below. For Hub, Glastonbury hits 4 out of 5! Sounds like we'll be there next year for sure!


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Click here to see all 30 photos shortlisted.











Click here to buy the book.

10% of all profits raised from book sales go to Oxfam.