On Friday 31 May, Bring Me The Horizon will play their biggest show to date as part of All Points East’s sizzling 2019 line-up. Advertisements
Community Festival is still fresh on the scene compared to a lot of the festivals on offer in London, but after two consecutive years of success, it will return to […]
Live at Leeds has become a staple in the world of small festivals since its first occurrence in 2007, which was to coincide the 800th birthday of the city of […]
For most alternative music fans in the UK, Slam Dunk Festival has been a rite of passage for many years.
Tramlines, the Sheffield festival which celebrates new music and home talent is set for another sell-out this year with yet another stellar lineup, even having moved the main stage to the outside of town in Hillsborough to accommodate for the high demand. Taking place on July 20-22, it’s sure to be a weekend to remember.
The “Godfather of the small festival scene”, Truck Festival began in 1998 and 20 years later it’s still going strong. Started to combat the “commercial” and “predictable” ways of festivals like Glastonbury, Truck has managed to evolve to become a go-to for all kinds of music fans.
For many, Reading & Leeds is like a right of passage.
Summer is just getting started and festival season is well underway! Sunday, July 1 will bring Community Festival to Finsbury Park in London, boasting an incredible line-up that’s bigger and better than it’s ever been before.
While British music fans often lament over the fact that the U.S. seems to get the best tours, you have to admit that our beloved Slam Dunk Festival makes up for it tenfold.
2Q Festival kicked off in 2016 with a not-to-be-missed lineup in Derby.
Music fans from all over Europe are counting down the days eagerly until TRNSMT, a brand new festival taking place the second weekend of July in the heart of Glasgow.