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Sex, drugs and alcohol more popular than watching bands at festivals

MSN UK has conducted a new poll about music fans' activities at summer festivals and the results have shown that actually watching bands and acts on stages is the least popular event.

According to the website, festival goers favour sex, drinking and experimenting with drugs to checking out the artists that perform

45% of the 2,000 people asked revealed that they went to festivals for the music, while 25% admitted that casual sex was higher on their priorities list. 21%, meanwhile, confessed to trying drugs.

Other noteworthy results include 47% of people explaining that they would consider doing something they never normally would outside of a festival setting, 10% of people aged 45-54 said they have had sex with a stranger, and 9% of people aged 45-54 admit to taking drugs.





Watch footage of Mumford & Sons, who will headline this year's Glastonbury, performing live here: