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James Scarlett is a tutor at BIMM and one of the founders of the 5,000-capacity 2000trees Festival in Gloucestershire and also the recently launched – and BIMM-sponsored – ArcTanGent Festival in Brist...

It would be hard to imagine a more suggestive location to hold a music festival than Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Following a winding trail through the thick jungle vegetation, visitors will find three M...

Snowbombing, the annual festival held in the snowy town of Mayrhofen, Austria, is pulling no punches this year with its recently announced line up. Lovers of electronic music are in for a treat with t...

Despite the line up remaining as of yet unannounced, tickets to Glastonbury festival, the biggest festival in the UK, sold out in record time after going on sale last weekend. Representative of how po...

Not content to rest on its laurels, Snowbombing has decided to step up its game and organise a series of parties across Europe in the run up to its opening on the 7th of April. The five day music and ...

Voting has started for the annual UK Festival Awards, the most prestigious prize in the UK music festival industry. Some 450 festivals compete in a variety of categories for the coveted prize. Organis...

Tickets for the legendary Glastonbury festival, the biggest festival date on the UK calendar, sold out in record time after going on sale on Sunday, October 6. A testament to the popularity of the fes...

About the Author James Scarlett is the Event Management Module Leader at BIMM Bristol, one of the founders of the 5,000 capacity 2000trees Festival in Gloucestershire and also the recently launched –...

The weekend before the last, from the 27th to the 29th of September, saw the inauguration of TomorrowWorld, the sister festival of the famous Belgian Tomorrowland EDM festival. This year is the first ...