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Best gigs.....

I went to The Green Man Festival last weekend and saw some amazing bands including Dirty Three, Beach House, Vetiver and Peter Broderick. Meanwhile visitors to the Pop Peth exhibition in Oriel 1, St Fagans:National History Museum have been letting us know about their favourite gigs.

Becky loved Sugababes, Jacob Price (who's 4) went to see Automatic at the Big Weekend in Cardiff. Cat saw the Manic Street Preachers on the eve of the millennium. Huw's best gig was Deep Purple at St Davids Hall in 1996. Vanessa loved The Who at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea. Seven more people said that Take That in Cardiff was their best gig and Rachel saw Brian Wilson at Glastonbury and cried...

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