Rishi Shah reviews the Leeds-based festival Slam Dunk.
Jay Fullarton talks us through his experience attending Tramlines festival: a government test event that heralds the return of great summer festivals.
The build-up to Bloodstock 2019 was unfortunately plagued with some issues, bands pulling out last minute, and many hazardous weather warnings. However, as always, the spirit of the Metal community stayed high ready for a […]
A festival where every elongated corner continues to surprise you with a secret tunnel entrance to another undiscovered land of the Beatherder universe. Taking you more and more into the immersive and carnivalesque experience that […]
Voted best medium-sized festival in the UK, 2000 Trees brought its usual vigour and unique community spirit. Every year, Trees unites rowdy teenagers and old-time rockers; both usually looking to find their way into as […]
Ah, Bestival. The summer finale. The icing on the cake. The glistening cherry on top of the proverbial ice cream sundae. Only Bestival can truly mark the end of British summertime. As we unpack our […]
It is with a heavy heart that we must wave goodbye to Secret Garden Party, an institution of British festival season since its debut in 2004. But every dog has its day, and as the […]
There’s something truly enchanting about the eclectic mix of people, from all walks of life, who flock to Isle of Wight festival each year. This can only be a consequence of its respective line up […]
Brighton is renowned for being a melting pot of quality musicians, enticing rising artists far and wide with its sparkling DIY music scene. The Great Escape Festival amplifies this seaside musical microcosm, showcasing rising musicians […]