The world's 10 most expensive music festivals

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Attending a music festival can burn a hole in your pocket. But which of the biggest events are the most expensive, and which are the cheapest?

This list compares the costs of the most popular festivals across the globe, factoring in tickets, accommodation, food and drinks in order to assess the average daily outlay for a trip.

1. Coachella, US – £187.26

2. Tomorrowland, Belgium – £186.03

3. Glastonbury, UK – £113

4. Rock am Ring, Germany – £112.83

5. Main Square, France – £88.90

6. Sonar, Spain – £87.80

7. Roskilde, Denmark – £80.14

8. Sziget Festival, Budapest – £64.78

9. Open’er Festival, Poland – £56.68

10. Exit, Serbia – £54.14

Source: No.1 Currency

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