England's music festivals are already legendary, but they may be heir to an ancient and epic heritage. After a decade of research, it's being theorized by researchers at the University College of London that Stonehenge was first a gravesite for the elite in 3000 BC, and then in 2500 BC became the ultimate ancient party spot for some of the most epic raves in history: communal feasts for summer and winter solstice attended by up to a 10th of the British population at a time, coming from as far off as Scotland. Their dance moves probably weren’t far off from the ravers of today. [Source]
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