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BELTRING, Kent, UK, 3 July 2010,
Hop Farm Music Festival

The Hop Farm Family Park
The Hop Farm Family Park is a 400-acre (1.6 km2) Country Park in Beltring, near East Peckham in Kent, England. It is over 450 years old, and has the largest collection of oast houses in the world.

       The 2010 HOP FARM MUSIC FESTIVAL was held on the weekend of 2-3 July over 3 stages and proved to a controversial year. Before the festival had even started people complained of misleading ticket sales. Originally marketed as once again, a one-day festival, tickets went on sale for a second date much later, one month to the event, to the surprise and annoyance of many who had already bought a ticket. The organisation of the festival has been subject to much criticism, this included the long queues, poor sound system and a water pressure malfunction. It was during the late afternoon of Saturday, that the only water pump supplying the camp of 20,000 with water suffered a pressure malfunction and subsequently left the camp bereft of a water supply.

       Bob Dylan played on Saturday 3rd July, Main Stage. For more details, read the Review: Bob Dylan at Hop Farm Festival.

This is the programme of the Festival:

Bob Dylan Hop Farmfestival 2010 Programme

Setlist of the concert:

     Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35

     Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

     Stuck Inside Of Mobile

     Just Like A Woman

     Honest With Me

     Simple Twist Of Fate

     High Water (For Charlie Patton)

     Blind Willie McTell

     Highway 61 Revisted

     Workingman's Blues #2

     Thunder On The Mountain,

     Ballad Of A Thin Man

     Like A Rolling Stone

     Forever Young



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