Aussies to get 'Best of the Fest' with Splendour web stream

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VIRGIN Mobile will once again bring the Splendour in the Grass experience to Australian music lovers.

'Best of the Fest' will provide Aussies with access to some of this year's highly-anticipated performances.

The web stream will capture the must-see moments from the three-day, sell-out festival and will air them via the Virgin Mobile YouTube channel from 2pm on July 28.

Last year's stream saw over half a million non-festival goers tune in, and became the third-highest viewed YouTube live stream in Australian history.

"Now in our fourth year as major sponsor of Splendour in the Grass, Virgin Mobile is proud to continue offering the iconic Splendour experience to music lovers… in the comfort of their own homes or out and about on their mobiles," head of Virgin Mobile Australia David Scribner said.

Benefits will be on offer to Virgin Mobile customers and their "plus one" attending Splendour in the Grass 2013.

Virgin Mobile festival benefits include:

  • The Posh Pit Lounge - Sit back, relax, get your make-up touched up and recharge your
  • phone
  • The Posh Pits - Clean toilets
  • Fast Lane - Express bar queues let customers spend more time watching bands, and less
  • time queuing at the bar
  • Good Turn Wheel - Try your luck with daily prizes and treats

For more information on 'Best of the Fest' and benefits for Virgin Mobile customers, visit:

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