Category: Music Festivals

The Proclaimers, Richard Thompson, Beth Orton & Big Country Headline 54th Towersey Festival

The Proclaimers, Richard Thompson, Beth Orton and Big Country are among the acts headlining the 54th Towersey Festival (24-27 August 2018, Thame, Oxfordshire). Joining them at one of the UK’s longest running festivals are Fishermen’s Friends, the Sharon Shannon Band and Daphne’s Flight. It’s been 31 years since Scottish twins Charlie and Craig Reid, aka The Proclaimers, came to widespread public attention. Calling on folk, country, rock’n’roll and punk, the brothers have built up an impressive back catalogue, with such hits as I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles), Letter From America, King Of The Road, and more. They’ve even inspired a musical, the play and film Sunshine On Leith....

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Cornbury Music Festival Returns With Alanis Morissette

Cornbury Music Festival returns for its 15th year with a line-up headed by Alanis Morissette. Although last year’s event was intended to be the last, the staple of Oxfordshire’s live music calendar is back at Great Tew Park from 13th to 15th July 2018. Morissette, whose Jagged Little Pill is one of the defining albums of the 1990s, will also be performing intimate shows in London, Cork, and Dublin in July, but her appearance at Cornbury on 14th July is a UK festival exclusive. The Canadian singer/songwriter/activist/author/agony aunt/actress/podcaster who’s sold over 60 million albums and won 7 Grammys will be...

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Y Not Festival Returns With A New Home And Bigger Line-up

Y Not Festival returns to the Peak District for its 13th instalment from 27th to 29th July 2018. Featuring headliners The Libertines, Catfish and the Bottlemen, and (in a UK festival exclusive) Jamiroquai, this year the Pikehall, Derbyshire event moves to Aston Hill Farm, adjacent to the previous site on Mouldridge Lane. “We’re so happy to be back with our biggest line-up to date. There are a lot of changes and improvements being made to make sure the festival is the best it’s ever been in 13 years and I’m excited that we can come back stronger than ever,”...

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Love Supreme Festival – Heavyweight Lineup for 2018

The Love Supreme Jazz Festival is returning to Glynde Place, East Sussex for 2018 and this week announced an impressive lineup of artists who will be performing at the summer event. In 2017, the UK’s only major greenfield jazz festival boasted capacity crowds of 40,000 over the weekend and looks to break this record with an expansive, far-reaching bill of stars from across the jazz and soul spectrum. Joining the already announced Sunday headliners Earth, Wind & Fire are iconic UK songwriter Elvis Costello, former Spencer Davis Group, Traffic and Blind Faith frontman Steve Winwood and one of music’s...

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Kendal is Calling Again – See You In The Fields!

Fan-favourite, award-winning festival Kendal Calling have announced the huge lineup for 2018. Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Libertines, Run DMC and Hacienda Classical will be headlining with a huge supporting bill all heading to the fields this summer for an unmissable weekend of music, arts, comedy, food and drink in the beautiful Lake District. Set in the attractive Lake District’s Lowther Deer Park, this innovative, fan-focused, independent festival is renowned for more than just music, and visitors will also enjoy four days of arts installations, comedy, gourmet food, kid’s entertainment and a real ale festival all within the confines...

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Victorious Announce Brilliant Weekend Headliners

  Having previously revealed The Libertines and Kaiser Chiefs at the top of the bill for Friday night, Victorious (24-26 August 2018), the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival has today announced its huge Saturday and Sunday headliners, electronic pioneers The Prodigy (Sunday) and rock legend Paul Weller (Saturday). Topping the bill with a UK festival exclusive is one of the most exhilarating, influential and chaotic electronic bands of the past 20 years – The Prodigy. Following six no.1 albums and jaw-dropping live performances across the world, the original masters of big beat remain one of the most successful electronic acts of all time. This live show...

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Bestival 2018, Chaka Khan, Grace Jones, MIA, First Aid Kit & Sonic Souls

Behold the most audacious performers to ever have graced Bestival’s green fields. From UK festival exclusive headliners, soul divas and sonic heroes to the ‘must see’ acts of 2018, these are the sights and sounds that will define four days of mind-altering music and circus trickery on over 20 stages and micro-venues in eight unique arenas, at the most colourful show on Earth, now in the heart of the summer, on the Lulworth Estate, Dorset.  There’s no shortage of heroes, legends and bona fide superstars full of circus-themed swagger with standout sets from Grace Jones, Plan B, Chaka Khan and First...

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Field Day @ Brockwell Park

Erykah Badu is undoubtedly one of the world’s most celebrated contemporary artists, and her headline performance on Friday 1st June in Brockwell Park will be an emotional foray into her soulful musical talent. The Grammy-winning soul singer is one of the most celebrated performers of the modern era since her seminal debut album Baduizm earned her legions of loyal fans, sold millions of copies – and in 2017 celebrated its 20th anniversary. Friday’s line-up also features Stones Throw’s prolific beatmaker Madlib; multi-talented jazz saxophonist Masego; and Ninja Tune’s Jordan Rakei with his soulful, jazz and hip-hop driven sound. Lambeth local Loyle Carner will also perform. When told...

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Neverworld

Clean Bandit are to headline Neverworld 2018, also on the bill are  Rae Morris, Sub Focus, We Are Scientists, Denis Sulta, Tom Grennan and more who will join revellers to a spectacular kingdom of music, party and wonder Neverworld will take place 2nd – 5th August 2018  at John Darlings Farm near Hever in Kent. Headlining Neverworld is chart topping trio Clean Bandit, preparing to wow audiences with fan favourites as well as tease brand new tracks from their upcoming new album. Amassing hundreds of millions of Spotify streams, the Cambridge group bagged the number on spot in no less than 13 countries for smash...

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Cool Britannia

Cool Britannia is a new summer festival that harks back to the golden days of Britpop in the widest sense. It will be held at the famous Knebworth Park in Hertfordshire on 31st August – 2nd September 2018. It will feature some of the best of British rock and dance music. The Main Stage will be headlined by Happy Mondays and Ocean Colour Scene — with amazing supporting artists including Embrace, The Lightning Seeds, Peter Hook & The Light, Cast, Heather Small, Dodgy, Space, Toploader, The South and more acts still to be announced.   The festival will also...

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Eight European Festivals To Try In 2018

From discovering the best new bands, to dancing poolside or on a beach, partying in a fortress or experiencing the surreal midnight sun, wallet friendly European hotspots and amazing city festivals to combine with long weekends of culture, gastronomic delights and sightseeing, there’s something for everyone. Get ready for a festival holiday of a lifetime in 2018!  There’s a festival something for every festival adventurer, are you ready? Here’s 8 unforgettable festivals not to miss in 2018. ENJOY THE POOLSIDE PARTIES AT SEA STAR FESTIVAL IN CROATIA After an electric premiere edition Sea Star festival is set to return...

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HRH C.R.O.W.S. Is Spreading Its Wings

HRH C.R.O.W.S. spreads its wings as HRH extends into Country Rock, Outlaw, Western & Southern Rock. HRH has always been shaped by its community, but when the fans approached us and asked us to extend the HRH experience into Country, well, we were wary. But when we went deeper and found out what they yearned for was a broad base of cool Country Rock, Outlaw, Western & Southern Rock bands, then all reservations disappeared. Head honcho Jonni Davis and his rebel posse put together HRH C.R.O.W.S. – Country, the HRH way: a dazzling spectrum of carefully-selected bands (as voted...

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Live At Leeds New Line-Up Announced

Join a huge bill across Leeds City Centre, 5th May, including: Peace, Circa Waves, The Horrors, Pale Waves, Blaenavon, British Sea Power, Spring King, Lewis Capaldi + many more. As 2018’s festival season draws ever closer, Live At Leeds is once again standing as the ultimate destination to hear the very best in new music and stunning live favourites, and the first place to hear that essential sounds of 2018. One of the most acclaimed new guitar bands of recent times, The Magic Gang have become unrivalled leaders of soaring indie anthems. Triggering singalongs no matter where they go, the...

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Ramblin’ Man Fair Announce Next Wave Of Acts For 2018

Following on from the critically acclaimed and commercially successful third year in 2017, Ramblin’ Man Fair returns in 2018! This year the festival will move from its traditional end of July slot to the 30th June and 1st July 2018 Ramblin’ Man Fair is pleased to announce the next wave of bands for the event in 2018. These include The Cult (Main Stage Headliner, UK Exclusive), Gun (Main Stage), Chas & Dave (Blues Stage), Me & That Man (Country Stage), Goldray and Voyager (Both Prog In The Park Stage) with many more acts to be announced… The Cult (Main...

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bluedot with Chemical Brothers, The Flaming Lips & Future Islands

  Award winning festival bluedot returns to the incredible Jodrell Bank Observatory, home of the iconic Lovell telescope for a weekend of deep space discovery and superlative sounds. A truly stellar line-up of music featuring 2018 headliners The Chemical Brothers, The Flaming Lips and Future Islands compliments a ground-breaking programme of live science experiments, expert talks and immersive artworks for one of the most unique festival experiences in Europe. 19-22 July 2018. The Chemical Brothers have soundtracked countless euphoric nights for nearly three decades and play a very special UK show at bluedot. Born out of the late-80s Manchester...

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60 More Big Bands For Download Festival

Download Festival has made its biggest announcement by adding over 60 of the world’s biggest rock acts to its unparalleled bill. This includes gigantic arena fillers Shinedown, You Me At Six, Black Stone Cherry, legendary metal outfits Hatebreed, Cradle Of Filth, plus Kerrang! Radio Fresh Blood returns to host The Avalanche Stage with seminal bands such as The Bronx, Less Than Jake and Cancer Bats among many more. The three-day festival takes place 8-10 June 2018 at the spiritual home of rock in Donington Park, Leicestershire. Tickets are on sale now atdownloadfestival.co.uk/tickets. Download Festival is pleased to welcome back Kerrang! Radio Fresh...

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Catfish And The Bottlemen Headline Indie Day At All Points East

Catfish and the Bottlemen will be bringing their classic alternative rock to East London’s Victoria Park as the final stand-alone headliner to be announced for All Points East on Friday 1st June alongside a supporting lineup including Blossoms, The Hunna, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The Neighbourhood and The Amazons with more to come. Since bursting into the public consciousness with their debut platinum album The Balcony, Catfish and the Bottlemen have grown to become the UK’s biggest guitar band to break through this decade. Their sophomore effort The Ride topped the UK Album Chart and saw them step up to...

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Bearded Theory 2018 With Robert Plant Jimmy Cliff, Jake Bugg & Sleaford Mods

Multi-award winning West Midlands festival Bearded Theory, 24-27 May Catton Hall, Derbyshire, have announced an astonishing line-up for 2018, securing a rare festival performance by one of the world’s greatest rock and roll voices, Robert Plant, to headline on Saturday night. The former Led Zeppelin frontman will be bringing his band The Sensational Space Shifters, who have been selling out venues around the world and will be performing a set full of classic hits and new material. In 1967, Robert Plant formed a group called the Band of Joy with drummer John Bonham. Soon, Bonham, Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page,...

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Black Deer An Americana & Country Festival With Passenger & Iron & Wine

Bringing you an experience like no other, Black Deer Festival promises you a jam-packed weekend of celebrating all things Americana and Country!  Black Deer mixes a fantastic music line-up backed with food, workshops, special curated area’s including one from Bolt motorcycles and more! Taking place on June 22nd-24th 2018 in the beautiful surroundings of Eridge Park, Britain’s oldest deer park, located on the Kent/East Sussex border near Tunbridge Wells, just a mere 50 minutes outside of London.  You can expect an array of authentic americana-style meats, smokey whiskeys, bespoke custom bike showcases, storytellings from cultural pioneers, not to mention the incredible...

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Cambridge Folk Festival Sparkling Line Up for 2018

Cambridge Folk Festival has announced the first headliners for the 2018 line-up. Saturday night’s headline slot will see the iconic Patti Smith and her band onstage while Sunday night’s headliner is the legendary John Prine. performing over the August 2-5 weekend.   Joining the diverse line-up and appearing as a UK Festival exclusive is singer/songwriter Janis Ian, along with Rosanne Cash and a full supporting line-up of musicians and artists including Kate Rusby & Friends, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Eliza Carthy and The Wayward Band plus blues legend Eric Bibb. The highly acclaimed Americana pioneer Rhiannon Giddens, will be performing on Stage...

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Leicester’s Handmade Festival Goes From Strength To Strength

Handmade Festival will be returning to Leicester’s O2 Academy in 2018 for two days of the finest music, comedy, art, film, performance and photography, hand-picked and carefully curated. The festival will take place on 5th & 6th May 2018. As such, Handmade Festival have announced the first wave of bands for the 2018 music programme including Circa Waves, Idles, Little Comets, Dinosaur Pile Up, Get Cape.Wear Cape, Fly,  Grace Petrie, She Makes War and The Orielles. Other bands announced are Protomartyr, Future Of The Left,  Delta Sleep, Her’s, Dream Nails, Peaness, Magique, Mellow Gang, Rascalton, Rattle, Crosa Rosa, Eyre Llew...

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C2C Brings Country Back To The UK For Its Sixth Edition

C2C – Country To Country – is back for its sixth edition in 2018 and is bringing huge stars from the world of country music back to the UK. Since kicking off in London back in 2013 as a two-day event, what has become Europe’s biggest country music festival expanded to Dublin the following year, with Glasgow joining the fold in 2016 as the festival expanded to a three-day event. Along with the popularity of hit US TV show Nashville in the UK, C2C has been credited with being instrumental in the soaring popularity of country music on these...

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Scorpions, Yes, Roger Hodgson & Joanne Shaw Taylor For Stone Free Festival

Stone Free Festival will return on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th June 2018 at The O2, London. Now in its third year, Stone Free Festival has become a firm fixture on the live calendar and next year’s exciting event is set to be the biggest and best yet. Headlining the arena on the Saturday night in a UK live exclusive for 2018 are legendary German rockers Scorpions, who have to date sold more than 100 million records worldwide over the course of their 50-year career and have not played in London since 2007. Joining them will be thrash titans...

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Victorious Festival Announces Friday Night Headline Acts

Victorious, taking place from 24-26 August 2018, is the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival. The bill has been revealed for its opening Friday night – and it contains a quartet of the best live party bands the UK indie scene has ever produced – The Libertines, Kaiser Chiefs, Shed Seven & The Lightning Seeds. Last year’s inaugural Friday night Opening Party with Madness was such a resounding success organisers have decided to do it again – only bigger and better with all the live action taking place in the huge main arena. Saturday/Sunday headliners will be announced soon but given last...

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Nick Cave All Points East, Along With Patti Smith, St Vincent & Courtney Barnett

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be bringing their incredible live show to East London’s Victoria Park to headline a UK Exclusive stand-alone APE Presents… concert alongside very special guest Patti Smith . Regarded as one of the most intense and exciting live acts on the planet, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds ’ recent sold-out run of headline shows saw them step up another gear to become bona fide arena headliners, garnering some of the best reviews of their decorated career in the process. Performing their newest album Skeleton Tree alongside the much-loved classics on the recently...

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Guns N’ Roses Final Headliner For Download Festival.

Download Festival has today announced its final headliner as the legendary Guns N’ Roses, alongside the previously announced Ozzy Osbourne, and Avenged Sevenfold. The three day festival takes place 8 – 10 June 2018 at the spiritual home of rock in Donington Park, Leicestershire. Tickets are on sale now atdownloadfestival.co.uk/tickets. On the road since April 2016 and over 100 shows later, the resurgent Guns N’ Roses are back and coming to Download Festival. Reuniting last year for the first time since 1993, the inimitable Axl Rose, guitar legend Slash and original bassist Duff McKagan, plus Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus,...

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Ozzy Headlines Download Festival 2018

Ozzy Osbourne is the first headline act announced for 2018 Download Festival. He heads the bill for the first time as a solo artist. Download Festival, the world’s premier rock and metal event, has announced musical icon Ozzy Osbourne as the first of its three heavyweight headliners. The three-day festival takes place 8 – 10 June 2018 at the spiritual home of rock in Donington Park, Leicestershire. Tickets available now at downloadfestival.co.uk/tickets. No stranger to the hallowed grounds of Donington, The Prince Of Darkness Ozzy Osbourne will headline the Sunday night. Having previously graced the main stage in previous years fronting...

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British Summer Time Chimes In With Roger Waters

Barclaycard’s British Summer Time festival packed its first punch for 2018 with the announcement of the formidable Roger Waters as headliner for Friday 6 July. The Hyde Park show will feature highlights from Pink Floyd’s seminal albums such as Wish You Were Here and The Wall, along with work from his new album Is This The Life We Really Want? The show forms part of Roger Waters’ Us + Them tour, named after the track from the multi-million selling The Dark Side of The Moon. The tour will be his first European venture since The Wall Live (2010-2013). Famous...

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Photography: Victorious Festival 2017

It’s rather pleasant outside and whilst we’re still occasionally getting a whiff of Indian Summer, there’s no stopping the inevitable slide into rain, wind, gutters full of leaves and longer evenings. What better time then to hark back to images of three of the best days of weather and music that Summer 2017 had to offer: Victorious Festival. Of course, you don’t only go to the seaside for the sun, and Southsea’s 2017 Victorious Festival had arguably its finest ever line up this year. When the sun goes down, the party continues… …and the headliners come out to play....

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Festival: Slaves Announced As Special Guests For LeeFest

On the eve of the biggest LeeFest ever, they have announced their super secret final headliner, Slaves. This Kent born outfit are set to bring lip-snarling rabble-rousing energy and show stopping energy to John Darlings Farm. LeeFest have a proud history of supporting local up and coming talent and Slaves are safely considered to be part of the LeeFest family. Elsewhere on the already stellar bill Jake Bugg, Annie Mac, and Kate Tempest will lead the charge on what’s set to be an inspired weekend of music and arts. Fellow headliner Jake Bugg is poised for an eclectic performance...

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Live: Truck Festival 2017

One of the UK’s finest small festivals, Truck, has just had its twentieth birthday – and the site at Hill Farm, near the Oxfordshire village of Steventon celebrated in style with a guest list that belied the ‘small’ festival moniker. Boasting headliners Franz Ferdinand, The Libertines and The Vaccines on the main Truck Stage, plus a significant undercard and some of the brightest new talent around on the other six live music stages, there surely was something for everyone – and if you preferred your music to be DJ led, the Palm City arena with another two stages pumped...

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LeeFest The Neverland: What To Expect 2017

Possibly the most fun you can have in a field and with as much going on, in this smaller festival, as WOMAD or Glastonbury. I have attended many LeeFest weekends and witnessed the growth of the festival from ultra-DIY to beautifully produced sets and backdrops. There is always haybales, glitter, frisbee and powder-paint. LeeFest Presents The Neverland is an immersive world that prides itself on attention to detail and fun. You might discover your home with the Mermaids of Mermaids Lagoon, the Pirates at Skull Ridge or join the Lost Boys in The Neverwoods. You are definitely encouraged to...

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Festival: On Track For Summer, Hawkwind, Georgie Fame, The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown

As the festival season is blooming the next thing to look out this upcoming weekend is On Track For Summer. A special music festival is celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Windsor Jazz, Pop, Ballads & Blues Festival of 1967, taking place at Royal Windsor Racecourse on Saturday 22 July. This year’s headliners are Britain’s premier space rockers Hawkwind – a band deeply woven into the fabric of British rock music, they have inspired and influenced generations of bands around the world, and without them, the world of rock music would sound very different. ON TRACK FOR SUMMER also...

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Festival: Music Makers – A Two-Day Independent Affair

Music Makers is a two-day independent music festival curated with love by London-based musician Albert Man and his manager and co-organiser Manoja Ullmann. It is a welcome addition to the UK festival scene and takes place at the award-winning Omnibus Theatre, a converted Victorian library in the heart of London’s Clapham Old Town. The festival’s concept derives from Albert and Manoja’s aspiration to give independent artists an opportunity to showcase their talents to a wider audience. They are only too aware of the importance of having a community to support the independent music scene and have called on musicians...

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Festival: Afropunk London Returns

In 2016 London had been treated to its first Afropunk Festival and this year they return, bringing another very promising lineup to the UK capital. Spawned from a cult-classic documentary of the same title, it brought black-punks in America into the spotlight. Written and directed by James Spooner, it soon became a growing community with no boundaries of colour, gender, or any other constraining title. Utilising the web to promote free-thinking individuals, sharing a common ground of freedom and a great emphasis on activism and expression. Afropunk festival is now so much more than where it started in 2005 in Brooklyn,...

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Live: Glastonbury Festival 2017

Glastonbury 2017: Heat Wave, Sausages and A Musical Feast Someone recently asked me for my top camping at a festival tips, I sent her my top ten, however after then spending five days at Glastonbury I have whittled it down to one … Have the right shoes. What an amazing festival Glastonbury is, from the moment you arrive in beautiful Somerset and get lost among the country lanes looking for the farm, to the moment you trudge back to your car wondering where the weekend went it, is an overwhelming array of sensory delights, but there is a cost....

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Festival: Ramblin’ Man Fair With Saxon, ZZ Top, Rival Sons, Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Ramblin’ Man Fair, the festival celebrating the best in classic rock, prog, country and blues music returns to the beautiful Mote Park in Maidstone, Kent from 28 to 30 July. The park is one of the largest in South East England with more than 450 acres of mature parkland and a 30-acre lake. With multiple travel links via train (Ashford International, Maidstone East and Maidstone West in close proximity) and road (with three park and rides available around Maidstone). The festival site is also perfect for European festival goers with easy links to the London airports, Eurostar via Ashford...

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Kendal Calling 2017 Top Ten Artists You Should Not Miss This Year!

Kendal Calling 2017 – The top 10 Artists you should not miss this year! As Glastonbury comes to an end, the festival season itself really cranks up during July, and by far the best medium sized festival in the UK is Kendal Calling. Once again thousands of people are heading to the Lake District for a weekend packed of music, comedy, and many other activities that we detailed in our What to Expect article here: What to Expect at Kendal Calling Lowther Deer Park will be the beautiful setting for this blend of bands and artists, and is really one of the...

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Festival: Community Festival Adds Fresh New Artists in 2017

Just two weeks remain until this year’s Community Festival arrives to knock our socks off in North London. For those of you who haven’t heard, Community Festival, which started its days as multi-venue event in Shoreditch has relocated up North. Describing itself as a one-day celebration of the best things in music, this year’s event will continue to knock your socks off at London’s Finsbury Park on July 1st. If that wasn’t enough to wet your appetite, feast your eyes on the solid lineup that has been extended this week to include six exciting new acts, Kicking off the new lineup...

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Festival: Kendal Calling, What To Expect?

If there is a best practice guide in how to evolve a festival from a small gathering over two days to an award winning four night musical and arts paradise, then you need look no further than the beautiful Lake District and Kendal Calling. Back in 2006 a group of music nuts kicked off a two-day party with British Sea Power at the glorious Abbot Hall Park, fast forward 10 years and at Lowther Deer Park Kendal Calling won Best Medium Sized Festival for the second year running, hosting Madness, Noel Gallagher, Blossoms, Rudimental and many others over a packed...

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Upcoming Festivals

  1. Live @ Leeds 2018

    May 5
  2. Bearded Theory Spring Gathering

    May 24 - May 27
  3. Catfish & The Bottlemen @ All Points East

    June 1
  4. Field Day 2018

    June 1 - August 2
  5. Festival Of Voice Cardiff

    June 7 - June 17
  6. Download Festival

    June 8 - June 10
  7. Love Supreme Jazz Festival

    June 29 - July 1
  8. bluedot

    July 19 - July 22
  9. Cool Britannia

    August 31 - September 2

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