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It's Bastille Day! Here's the new issue of the Dork Festival Guide

It's not out until next week, but you get the point.
Published: 5:05 pm, July 14, 2017
It's Bastille Day! Here's the new issue of the Dork Festival Guide
We've already dropped you a brand new magazine today - now we're letting you know about a second, set to arrive next week.

Yep, it's the third (and final) edition of this summer's Dork Festival Guide, and it's a solid gold banger.

This time round, we're focusing in on Reading & Leeds 2017, as we delve into the weird, wild world of Bastille. It is Bastille Day, after all. As the band prepare to play one off the top on the festival's main stage, we find out if they're ready to show they're capable of making that jump to one of the biggest headline slots on the planet.

Elsewhere in our R&L special, we check in with Superfood, King Nun, Shame, Circa Waves and PVRIS, You Me At Six, Sundara Karma and Mallory Knox give us some top tips, Oh Wonder make us a mix tape for the journey and INHEAVEN sort out those awkward clashes. What more could you want?

We're not only focused on the one event, though. There's also The Shins, Wild Beasts and Jaws, as we get ready for Leefest, Neighbourhood, Bestival, End of the Road and more. And you can scribble an outfit for Jamie T. Where else do you get that? Exactly.

The latest edition of the Dork Festival Guide drops next week. You'll be able to pick it up at all the usual stockists, or order a copy now below.



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