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The space was a little larger than the previous area but this accommodated new stalls including Henn tattoos and a clairvoyanat, among others. The acoustic stage was placed on the old space outside the club and this gave everyone an extra choice of music to enjoy.

Charity music festivals in UK

UK is known as the home of football, good music and great beer, but there is much more you can see and enjoy there. The architecture is amazing, especially in cities like London and Edinburg and the nature is incredible. If you visit Scotland you will be amazed by the stunning landscapes and the beautiful sea. But let's go to music and beer.

There are many music festivals that take place all around this great island, but not all of them are that good as you may think. Some of them play only music of a certain genre and can relate to only small groups of people, while other festivals are famous all around the world. Somewhere between these two groups and those music festivals that play different, more relatable music, there can be found a few that do good to the whole society. Those are music festivals that donate all or at least some of the money they get from ticket sales to charity.

If you ever wanted to visit the small but architecturally amazing city of Herford, then you have to go there in early September. Because that is when the Wilkestock Charity Music Festival takes place. It offers a huge range of acts by both UK musicians and those from all around the world. DJs come to make the atmosphere even better and you can hear old and new music, from rock to folk, which makes it the best festival for both, young and older people. You can even bring an escort together with you and you can find her on https://www.eros.com/. It lasts three days and all the money they get go to charities all around the UK.

Music for good

Bedfordshire has many things to offer in terms tourism, but the most interesting one, for music and festival lovers, must be the Bedfordshire Festival of Music, Speech and Drama. It takes place in March and is quite unique, because they play Classical, Musical Theatre, Jazz and Asian music and most of all the other well known genres. The performers are often young people that want to show their talents and they are quite good. They also offer a wide range of music, drama and speech classes for those who want to try it out or make their skills better.

Many people have heard of Rotherham because of their metal industry, but you will need to visit it because of their metal festival. Their Beanfest has nothing to do with Mr. Bean, but has quite a few things common with Iron Maiden, Motorheadache, This State of Ours and many other bands, because they all come there to play amazing music once a year. The money they collect goes to Bluebell Wood and Hallam FM's Cash for Kids (children hospital and charity). They made around 20.000 pounds last year, let's help them make much more this year!

The Glastonbury Festival is one of the most famous ones in the world. They bring more than 135 thousand people together in those five days and they collect more than 30 million pounds and give most of that money to charities. It takes place around the middle of June and many world famous bands and musicians come to play their music there, like Coldplay, Adele, U2, Beyonce, Metallica and many others. Go and see for yourself why it is so famous.