Going to a music festival during the summer will be on the agendas of many young Europeans; they're an excuse to be with friends, to see those groups you listen to every day, camping and to get away from your usual routine. But what's the price of this fun?
If you go to Glastonbury in the UK, or Tomorrowland in Belgium, entry for all days in both cases exceeds 300 euros, and that's excluding travel, accommodation and everything that is consumed on the premises.
Closely following these are those held in Germany (Rock am Ring), Denmark (Roskilde Festival) and Hungary (Sziget Festival), with full access to over 200 euros. To justify these prices for those on a tight budget, which let's admit is a lot of us, Roskilde and Sziget last for 8 and 7 days respectively while the others take place for 3 and 4 days on average.
*Prices refer to the cost of entry for all the days that lasts every festival.