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Cheap booze, clean toilets and, oh yeah, some decent acts are what high-spending festival goers are after, says a new report out this week.

The new findings from the World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation’s ‘Festivals and the Millennial Traveller’ report unsurprising finds that festival-goers’ top preferences for a great experience are cheap food and drink, big performing acts and (they’ll be lucky) clean toilets.

The most favoured locations for a festival were reported to be ‘close to a big city’ or ‘in the mountains’. The report also reveals that almost a third of those questioned spent EUR 100 - EUR 200 on a festival while more than one in five admitted that they parted with up to EUR 500.

The peak age group for festival spending was 26 - 29.

 

 

 


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