August 29, 2010 22:00

NME Festival Poll 2010 launches

Tell us what you loved and what you hated about this summer, and help influence what happens in 2011

NME Festival Poll 2010 launches

Photo: Tom Martin/NME

The NME Festival Poll 2010 has launched tonight (August 29), and we're after your opinions on what rocked and what didn't this summer.

We're also asking you to decide the NME Band Of The Summer.

As the 2010 festival season draws to a close, the survey gives you the chance to have your say on what you loved and loathed this year – and also influence what happens in 2011. Fill in the NME Festival Poll 2010 now.

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

You can also vote for NME Band Of The Summer.

We'll be publishing the results of the NME Festival Poll 2010 in NME magazine soon.

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