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VIDEO: Memorable Music Gigs

15 October 2017 |

Whether it was when your first concert, a reunion show or seeing a star in the making, everyone can remember the best live gig they’ve been to. We hit this year’s Weyfest (17-19 August), to ask festivalgoers their favourite music performance to date.
 

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