Entry from British & World English dictionary
A large outdoor event, typically lasting several days, at which popular music is performed.
- Think of the collective energy released at pop festivals, propaganda rallies and the like.
- Mark Ellen's wonderful evocation of early pop festivals brought back what I think were some great memories of the Seventies - but there again, I might well be imagining things.
- His last job was on the Isle of Wight, where he developed a special interest in pop festivals.
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