Muse, Kasabian, Dizzee Rascal and more planning busy summer of European festivals

Read NME's Euro Festivals 2010 guide online for free now and see who is playing where

Muse, Kasabian, Dizzee Rascal and more planning busy summer of European festivals
With the likes of Muse, Kasabian and Florence And The Machine set for a busy summer of European festivals, NME.COM is publishing its Euro festivals 2010 guide online in full for the first time.

Head to to read the guide digitally and get the complete lowdown on this summer's european festivals and the bands playing them.

A number of Europe's most popular summer music festivals are featured in the guide, including Benicassim, Heineken Open'er, Oya, Musilac, Sonar and Frequency. As well as travel, accommodation, weather and cost details, the guide also gives a rundown of what you can expect each festival, including the latest line-up news.

The likes of Muse, Kasabian, Pete Doherty, Mumford and Sons, MIA, Dizzee Rascal, Florence And The Machine and Pearl Jam are among those playing events across Europe, and they are included in the guide.

Read the guide in digital format now.

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