Blur triumph at UK Festival Awards

Plus wins for Kings Of Leon, Glastonbury and Florence And The Machine

Blur triumph at UK Festival Awards
Blur, Glastonbury and Kings Of Leon were the big winners at this year's UK Festival Awards.

Damon Albarn and co walked away with Best Headline Performance of 2009 after their Glastonbury closing slot, and their singer scooped the Festival Fitty Award alongside Lily Allen.

Michael Eavis's Somerset bash was awarded Best Major Festival at the event, which was held at London's O2 Arena last night (November 19).

Kings Of Leon bagged Anthem Of The Summer for 'Sex On Fire', and Florence And The Machine claimed Best Breakthrough Act.

The full list of winners is as follows:

Best Headline Performance: Blur, Glastonbury
Best Major Festival: Glastonbury
Anthem of The Summer: Kings of Leon, 'Sex On Fire'
Festival Fitty Award: Damon Albarn, Lily Allen
Best Breakthrough Act: Florence & The Machine
Best Family Festival: Camp Bestival
Best Toilets: T in the Park
The Greener Festival Award: Croissant Neuf Summer Party
Best Metropolitan Festival: Gaymers Camden
Crawl
Best New Festival: Sonisphere
The Grass Roots Festival Award: Leefest
Virtual Festivals’ Critics Choice Award: La Casa Azul
Best Brand Activation Award: The Schuh Welly
Exchange
Best Overseas Festival: Oxegen
Best Dance Event: Creamfields
Promoter of the Year: Beach Break Live
Best Line-Up: Lounge on the Farm
Best Small Festival: Beach Break Live
Best Medium Festival: Bestival
Lifetime Achievement Award: Katrina Larkin

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