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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 ...

Lovers of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) are well acquainted with Tomorrowland, the Belgian based music festival that caters to the the genre, and one of the biggest festivals in Europe, with an estimat...

The fifth official Butserfest Festival took place on Saturday 14th September, and has been hailed by many as the best one yet. As a drink and drug free event open to people of all ages, but especially...

We love festivals. Let me repeat that, we love festivals. But the truth is that they can be pretty stressful experiences. Imagine this scenario: bands are playing on the main stage, and you know that ...

Festivals represent a virtual goldmine for thieves and crooks. In the camping areas, tent after tent is filled with valuable goodies of all sorts, iPhones, wallets, and bags full of valuables. In the ...

Reggae music was born in Jamaica in the late 1960s, a distinctively Caribbean sound that evolved from Ska. Pioneers of the genre like Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer, and Peter Tosh, as well as legendary pro...