Crowds set to sweat at Foreshore

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THOUSANDS of revellers are set to sweat at the Foreshore Music Festival tomorrow, with temperatures reaching the late 20s and early 30s over the weekend. 

With a top of 28 degrees expected on Saturday and 32 degrees on Sunday, maximum temperatures in the capital are set to remain high well into the week, with three 30 degree-plus days predicted in the next seven days.

Despite the high temperatures, Foreshore will continue its ban on sunscreen, keeping with the festival’s strict “no liquid” policy.

Free tubes of sunscreen will be available in SunSmart marquees at the festival.

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