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There are none. needs sorting.Nome3000 (talk) 15:52, 23 March 2012 (UTC)
Ok. I tried to make this even half way towards being even vaguely respectable as a wiki page. No citations, several sentences looked they had been translated to English with Google translate very poorly and didn't make any sense, promotion of the event in the content, and terrible formatting. This is easily the worst page I've ever seen... normally I don't suggest a page get deleted as it would normally have to be redone at a later stage and that's a waste of time but here starting over would probably be better than the B.S. on this page.Nome3000 (talk) 16:08, 23 March 2012 (UTC)
I agree that a lot of improvements can be made to this article. The sentences look to be like literally translated from Dutch by a Dutch speaking person (the natural language of the Flanders region in Belgum). Don't blame people for that, English is just not their native language (as is mine). So any native English speaking person who wants to give the largest electronic dance festival in the world a bit of credit, please feel free to edit the text.
With respect to the required citations, is it allowed that they are in Dutch? It's very hard to find English citations for the first years of this festival (when it was more of a local thing in contrast to the last 2 years). — Preceding unsigned comment added by D-rex (talk • contribs) 20:37, 30 November 2012 (UTC)