NME Festival Poll 2009 launches

It’s your chance to say what you loved and hated about this summer, and influence what happens in 2010

NME Festival Poll 2009 launches
The NME’s Festival Poll 2009 has launched on NME.COM, and we want to know your opinions on what rocked and what didn’t this summer.

With the 2009 festival season drawing to a close, you can have your say on what you loved and loathed this year – as well as influence what happens in 2010 – by filling in NME’s Festival Poll 2009.

The poll is live on NME.COM now, and only takes a few minutes to complete.

Head to NME.COM/festivals/survey to fill in the survey now.

The full results of the NME’s Festival Poll 2009 will be published in the magazine soon.

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