For the 3rd year running Field Day was bathed in, more or less, uninterrupted sunshine. Of course this is brilliant unless you're A. Ginger and B. stupid enough
Ned Dylan reviews Hay Lit’s cooler, more innovative little sister upstart festival
The famous Hay Literature Festival is in walking distance from HowTheLightGe
Wychwood Festival turned 11 this year at Cheltenham racecourse and proved a huge hit with thousands of families, who flocked to take in the entertainment over t
The UK’s biggest city festival, Liverpool Sound City 2015 boasted a variety of bands playing at the new specially erected festival venue on Liverpool's iconic d
With so many festivals popping up, then disappearing each year, to get to the grand old age of 8 seems a strangely noteworthy achievement these days, and one th
Whether happily single, or taken and in a relationship, there was a lot of love in the air at London’s O2 Arena on a particular Tuesday night. This was all du
I was lost in a maze as the sounds of gypsy-metal band Who Killed The Bear echoed around the site. I was of course at Something Else In the Dean, a festival..
After hearing of Alchemy festival, through a few different friends, I was really excited to be going. I had been told tales of previous years and it seemed to b
In a few short years Looe music festival has quickly become a hot ticket on the UKs festival calendar offering big names at the right price and in a genuinely unique environment
I arrived solo at Shambala in Market Harborough on Friday afternoon laden down with my temporary home for the weekend stuffed into a rucksack on my back and bag
"Shall we just go all night?" asked Beck, reluctant to bring his set to a close at a festival which he claimed to have been waiting all year to play. Beck kicke
This year’s theme – The Land That Noz Forgot - was a prehistoric success. I mean, who doesn’t like dinosaurs? Children, teens, and farmer’s wives alike boogied
For the ninth year running this self-styled ‘middle-class’ festival set in beautiful Suffolk parkland certainly didn’t disappoint. From the friendly faces of th
Outdoor sofas, tipis and a whole hill jumping to the sounds of Ms Dynamite (tee-hee) at Wilkestock 2014; an intimate grass roots party with a family friendly-si
The sign over the gates at Watchet festival this year should’ve read “leave your cool at the door and enter the house of fun”!
Perched up on the top of a coast
80s festival Rewind went off with a boom this weekend – and it wasn’t the fireworks – it was the Boomtown Rat himself, Sir Bob Geldof!
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Beautiful days festival is testament to the fact you don’t need corporate sponsorship to succeed in the world and as they say, this is the festival that doesn’t
Wow, a one word summary of another excellent year at Camp Bestival. For the lucky peeps who brought tickets to this years Camp Bestival were once again in for a
Boardmasters is a unique festival on the British festival calendar. The north coast of Cornwall played host to 5 days of surf, skate and BMX competition as wel
On Friday the 25th July 2014, a 55,000 strong army of ravers descended onto Long Marston airfield for what looked set to be a monumental weekend of raving, misb
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