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Six years after their sensational performance at Cornbury, award-winning pop rockers Keane return to headline Cornbury’s 16th Festival on Saturday 6 July.
The up-and-coming independent festival returns to Cambridge on Saturday 15th June with their signature diverse line-up of Hip-hop, R&B, House, Bass and Noughties
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After selling out for thirteen years in a row, the UK’s most picturesque festival announces another huge lineup for 2019.
Shrewsbury Folk Festival has added a host of new acts to its line up as organisers reveal ticket sales are already surpassing 2018 levels.
Hot off the last mind-blowing announcement, Slam Dunk Festival are showing no signs in slowing down, revealing another 10 names for the UK’s favourite alternative all-dayer.
Lady Leshurr, Maverick Sabre, D Double E head up the list of latest names for the four-day music, street art, skate & BMX festival
Following the announcement of the line-up last Friday, Bristol Sounds has announced the addition of a fifth night to the gig series, featuring The Cinematic Orchestra.
The highlight of the summer calendar, Wireless Festival, is returning to London’s Finsbury Park from the 5th – 7th July 2019.
The West Midlands’ biggest and best-loved music festival returns for its 6th year after a successful move to Perry Park last year.
Download Festival, the world’s premier rock event, has announced a further 43 acts including Halestorm, FEVER 333, Beartooth, Skid Row, Brothers Osbourne, Stone Temple Pilots, Clutch and more, joining headliners Slipknot, Tool and Def Leppard for the annual rock extravaganza.
They were one of the biggest boy-bands of the 1990's, released five studio albums and sold over 18 million records worldwide.
After cementing its position as one of Bristol's leading festivals last year, Love Saves The Day returns with first wave of acts for unmissable 2019 edition, taking place on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May 2019.
Creamfields continues its onslaught of headliner announcements for this year’s festival and have today announced the return of the legendary Chemical Brothers who will be headlining the Horizon stage on Saturday 24th August 2019.
Manic Street Preachers and The Specials will headline this year’s Splendour, Saturday 20 July 2019.
After a hugely successful sold out inaugural event in 2018, it was announced by Tom & Daisy on KISS Breakfast this morning that KISSTORY On The Common is returning to Streatham Common this July.
The festival will return for its 7th edition across 25 - 26 May Bank Holiday weekend provide another unmissable weekend of world class electronic music.
Beautiful Days festival have announced the first wave of artists for their 17th Edition which takes place on Friday 16 August - Sunday 18 August.
FOCUS Wales have announced an exciting new wave of performers and delegates for the 2019 international showcase festival, which takes place in Wrexham...