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Wednesday 20 August 2014 9:18 PM
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Bands & Music

Returning to the Main Stage for the first time in two years are Hertfordshire rockers Enter Shikari.

Since forming in 2003, the multi-award winning band have played all over the world, been featured numerous times on BBC Radio 1 and even have their own brand of beer.

Reporter Lucy Elder caught up with superstar drummer Rob Rolfe ahead of their slot


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