Simon Houlton investigates whether or not enough is being done to keep revellers safe
The music festival season is in full swing. People of all ages and backgrounds are losing themselves and dancing away to their favourite acts, part of an alcohol-fuelled crowd. As organisers juggle putting on a good show while ensuring the audience is safe, it raises much-needed questions about the state of festival security. Festival security has been lacking in recent years, with a number of deaths and reports of violence casting a shadow over the summertime events, but where does the blame . . .