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Start planning your next gig with Haynes Explains Festivals

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Rob Keenan is the interim digital editor of Haynes.com
He runs a Mk2 Ford Focus ST and an aging Mercedes SLK55
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This year couldn't have been worse for festivals. Festival X, Strawberry Fields, Loch Hart Music Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival, Listen Out, Caloundra and many, many more events fell by the wayside because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Some of them chose to roll over 2020's tickets to 2021, while others have offered refunds.

Whatever your situation, we're sure you're can't wait to spend a few days away with your mates in the coming months. In fact, we'd bet the anticipation's killing you - so why not let Haynes increase your expectations to fever pitch with the newly published Haynes Explains Festivals manual?

A light-hearted and entertaining take on the classic workshop manual, it contains everything you’d expect to see including exploded views, flow charts, fault diagnosis and the odd wiring diagram. It takes the reader through all areas of festival-going, giving all the hints and tips needed to make the entire experience run smoothly and mud-free.

With any luck (and a quick, painless jab), we'll all be free of Covid-19 within a few months and normal life can resume!

 

Top 10 Australian music festivals

  1. Ultra Australia 2021
  2. Wide Open Space - 30 April - 2 May 2021
  3. Splendour in the Grass - 23-25 July 2021
  4. Lost Paradise - 28 Dec 2020-1 Jan 2021
  5. Groovin The Moo - 23 April to 8 May 2021
  6. Strawberry Fields 2021
  7. Festival X Australia 2021
  8. Rainbow Serpent 2021
  9. Return to Rio 2021
  10. Womadelaide - 5-8 March 2021