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Festival capacity concern

By Warren Wilkins 16th August 2017

Festival capacity concern

A prominent councillor has called for the arena capacity at the Boardmasters music festival to be urgently reviewed after several festival goers were injured during a crowd crush on Sunday night. St Mawgan Cornwall councillor John Fitter would like an investigation carried out after people suffered fractures and gashes during the set by grime artist Stormzy. The artist briefly stopped his show while security pulled injured people over the sa...

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