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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.

Boudica Festival 2019 – festival preview

The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum Coventry Saturday 19th October 2019 Celebrating and promoting the under-represented in the music industry. Now in its third year, Boudica Festival,...

Visions Festival 2019 : Various Venues, East London – live review

Keith Goldhanger reports on Visions, the multi-venue festival in East London that features breaking new acts as well as one or two more established...

Beat-Herder 2019 review

The annual Beat-Herder festival has been and gone, with minds and bodies of all involved just about back to normal. And boy, did they...

Welcome to the Village Festival 2019 – live review

Leeuwarden's Welcome to the Village festival continues to be a warm inclusive and adventurous festival with large dollops of the wyrd.

Tramlines Festival 2019: Hillsborough Park – live review

Last weekend Hillsborough Park opened its gates to more than 30, 000 people on each Friday, Saturday and Sunday, as this year’s Tramlines Festival took place. To say this festival grows in both stature and success every year would be an understatement, and this year, on its tenth anniversary, all the stops were pulled out to make the it the greatest outing yet.

Bluedot Festival 2019: Jodrell Bank, Cheshire – Sunday – live review

It's the final day of Bluedot 2019 and we have a late-night date with hometown heroes New Order to keep on our toes for,...

Bluedot Festival 2019: Jodrell Bank, Cheshire – Saturday live review

The nights may be late and the mud may be thicker, but nothing is stopping the team as they take in the delights of...

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