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Station Narva Festival 2019: live review

Can music change the world? John Robb reports back from a unique festival rejuvenating Narva - a small city on the Estonia/Russia border - with cutting edge music, ideas and culture and driven by the inspirational team behind Tallinn Music Week.

Sŵn Festival 2019 (Cardiff) – preview and playlist

Keith Goldhanger is now counting down the days until Cardiff's annual Sŵn Festival that takes place from 18-20 October. It's not too late to experience...

Sound City Ipswich 2019 – preview

Sound City Ipswich takes place on Friday 4 October. Keith Goldhanger will be attending. Hosting over 20 acts it begins at 5pm and goes through...

FME Festival, Quebec – live review

FME Festival Quebec, Canada 29 August - 1 September 2019 FME offers a crash course in Quebec’s vibrant musical culture - Material Girls, FET.NAT, and Young Gods...

Down at the Abbey 2019 (Reading) – Festival review

Keith Goldhanger went to have a look at Readings' newest festival Down At The Abbey. There are one or two basic elements that have to...

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris – preview

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris has announced the full line up for this year's festival, which will run from Oct 31st to Nov 2nd at...

The Downs Festival: Bristol – live review

The Downs Festival Bristol 31 August 2019 Divas do it on the Bristol Downs in a day of top performances. Elfyn Griffith basks in the brilliance... The line-up...

Underneath the Stars Festival 2019: live review -part two

Gareth Allen concludes a very comprehensive review of the Underneath The Stars Festival, with Kate Rusby at the heart of the weekend.

Haldern Pop Festival 2019 – live review

What Is a Festival? (Richard) You could argue that question boils down in the end to a very simple answer, a stage, of whatever sort....

Underneath the Stars Festival 2019: Cawthorne – review – part one

Gareth Allen looks back over the first two days of the 2019 Underneath The Stars Festival featuring headliners Billy Bragg and The Proclaimers.

Green Man Festival 2019 – live review

Green Man Festival Brecon Beacons, Wales 15 - 18 August 2019 James Ayles takes a trip to the Brecon Beacons for Green Man Festival and is rewarded...

Beautiful Days Festival 2019: Devon – live review

So here we are at the 17th Beautiful Days festival - the Devon-based fest that is run by the Levellers and reflects that special spirit that is the genuine heart of festival culture.

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