Review: Our View From The Latitude Festival

Review:  Our View From The Latitude Festival

Another year, another Latitude Festival over and done with too quickly. The festival tone always seems to balance beautifully somewhere between travelling circus and amusement mecca.  It’s a wicked wonderland of the magical mixed with solid performances across the entire entertainment spectrum.  This festival is a must-see for me yearly and it never disappoints.  It is a carnival ride of wacky and gorgeously out-of-bounds on occasion but that is what makes it unique.  There was…

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The Reading Festival Completely Sold Out

The Reading Festival Completely Sold Out

With a month to go until Reading & Leeds Festivals 2019, taking place August Bank Holiday Weekend, excitement for the event is rising.  News has just been released that Reading Festival tickets have completely sold out! The reason for that is how incredible the line-up truly is; there is something for everyone! For those who didn’t manage to secure a Reading Festival ticket, the same unmissable line-up can be seen across the whole weekend at…

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Cambridge Folk Festival Bans Single-Use Plastic

Cambridge Folk Festival Bans Single-Use Plastic

There’s only one month to go before the gates to Cherry Hinton Hall open to fans for Cambridge Folk Festival 2019.   Organisers have now announced sustainability plans and on site activities. Returning this year with an ‘Outstanding’, A Greener Festival Award, Cambridge Folk Festival now furthers its sustainability commitment and announces the ban on single use plastics. Rebecca Stewart, Operations Manager said: “We have always tried to stay ahead of the game when it comes…

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Neighbourhood Weekender 2019 Review – Indie’s Hottest Festival

Neighbourhood Weekender 2019 Review – Indie’s Hottest Festival

Neighbourhood Weekender returned to Victoria Park, Warrington this past Bank Holiday Weekend. NBHD Weekender, now in its second year, is becoming one of the best festivals to watch some of the biggest bands and hottest new artists. This year’s edition did not disappoint, with massive headliners and huge acts filling every corner of the park. Neighbourhood’s Big Saturday Saturday saw indie-pop band Yonaka open the mainstage. Their infectious sound and high energy kicked off the…

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Sound City 2019 Review – Bringing the Best New Acts to Liverpool

Sound City 2019 Review – Bringing the Best New Acts to Liverpool

Sound City, is the UK’s leading independent festival and conference for new music. It made it’s grand return to Liverpool this past May Bank Holiday. Liverpool is renowned for its musical heritage and radiates energy unlike any other city in the UK. Sound City captures the vibrancy of the city with the unforgettable 3-day festival. You’ll find established names perform alongside a constant stream of local, national and international emerging talent. This year’s festival was…

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The Perfect Festival According To Music Lovers

The Perfect Festival According To Music Lovers

Survey by Admiral Travel Insurance reveals the perfect festival according to music lovers. Furthermore, it has emerged that they are giving mud the thumbs down. They instead want spa treatments, ski lodges and yoga at festivals. Music-loving millennials are giving mud the thumbs down and instead want spa treatments, ski lodges and yoga at festivals. A poll of 2,000 fanatic festival-goers reveals the tradition of a festival in field watching band after band isn’t what…

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Cornbury Music Festival Preview – Keane and more!

Cornbury Music Festival Preview – Keane and more!

The Cornbury Music Festival will be returning to The Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire for it’s 2019 edition. From 5th-7th July, you can experience great music, amazing food and take in a slice of British culture. Headliners This year’s Friday headliners are The Specials. Formed in 1977, the 2 tone and ska band are one of the most exciting parts of the festival. They’re sure to put on a massive show, after touring the UK extensively…

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