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April 2019: Hereford

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HowTheLightGetsIn

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The Globe at Hay
Hay on Wye
Herefordshire
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Event timing: Late May / Early June
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HowTheLightGetsIn, the world's largest philosophy and music festival, with the thought-provoking debates, infectiously danceable music and parties that you've come to expect.

Our music programme, Festival Live, now covers six stages, with bands, singers and acoustic artists, along with comedy and film-screenings.

Phone: 01497 821762

Text: The worlds largest philosophy and music festival, HowTheLightGetsIn, returns to the famed book town of Hay in 2018. Debate about the nature of the universe with the worlds top scientists, laugh until your sides hurt with the UKs best comedians, dine with our speakers in Open Platform events or dance by the river to the finest beats. Past years have seen Nobel Prize-winners Frank Wilczek and Paul Krugman rubbing shoulders with Mercury-nominated artists GhostPoet and Laura Marling. Earlybird tickets available from the end of September at https://hay.htlgi.iai.tv/

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