At one of England's major music festivals, The Isle of Wight Council staffs an informational tent where festival goers can learn about recognizing and reporting sexual assault. Courtesy of David Huggins / The Isle of Wight Council hide caption

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How Can We Stop Sexual Assault At Music Festivals? One Group Says, Start By Educating

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Making Sure Ecstasy Is Ecstasy: Volunteers Test Drugs At U.K. Music Fests

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Customers line up for an ice cream van at the 2011 Glastonbury Music Festival in southwest England. Matt Cardy/Getty Images hide caption

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