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Eurockéennes: Storms scupper first two days but fail to put a dampener on top music festival

By France24
06 July 2022   |   10:27 am
After two years of cancelled events due to the pandemic, it was severe storms that disrupted the opening of one of France's biggest music festivals. The gates of Les Eurockéennes had only been open for 20 minutes when heavy rain and strong gusts of wind brought down multiple trees across the Belfort event, damaged some of the equipment on site and left several of the early festivalgoers injured.

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