The World’s Most Dangerous Music Festivals

Mooncake Festival in the Philippines is set to be the world’s deadliest music festival this year, according to a new study.

The annual festival attracts around 1.5 million attendees each year, which is the largest of its kind in the world.

The festival was also the first to attract a number of major bands, including Kanye West, Bruno Mars, Drake and Rihanna.

The study by the Oxford University’s Department of Public Health, Prevention and Health Promotion found that there were more than 1,600 fatalities from music-related diseases at Mooncake in 2016, and more than 900 people died in the past two years.

The number of people who die in the festival from music has risen steadily in recent years, the study said.

The report said that the festival was the third deadliest in the country, behind only the World Cup and the Beijing Olympics.

The first two were held in the 1980s and 1990s, and the last was held in 2014.

The research is part of the research program called World Health Organization (WHO) Health Effects, and aims to quantify the effects of global and regional health problems and trends on people’s lives, including health.

The WHO also has a global partnership with the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, and other international organizations.

The findings come as Duterte has been under pressure to curb the spread of the Zika virus, and as he has been criticized for a spate of corruption scandals and police violence.

The country has also seen an increase in the number of children born with birth defects, and has also reported more than 400 homicides since Duterte became president in June.