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Suffolk county, the most easterly county in Britain, is home to a thriving cultural scene and a number of great festivals. Numerous famous and influential musicians number amongst the children of Suff...

Every year a horde of neon clad 20-somethings descend onto the little town of Boom in Belgium for a weekend of madness at the world's biggest electronic dance music festival, Tomorrowland. Thankfully,...

In the UK, the Bank Holiday Weekend (August 23 - 25) is the El Dorado of the summer festival season. Partying pinnacles are reached which are not exceeded for the rest of the year. It's not just the q...

If you went to Tomorrowland this year chances are that you stayed in Dreamville, the official camping grounds. The grounds are home to 35,000 people from 71 countries for the duration of the festival....

Festival goers familiar with Outlook Festival might have heard of Dimensions (September 5 - 9). After all it takes place just a week after Outlook, in the same place, and organised by the same people....

We are excited to announce that the BIMM (Brighton Institute of Modern Music) is offering a BA in Events Management. BIMM, an accredited institute of higher learning and member of UCAS, have 3 college...

Next year will be the ten year anniversary of Tomorrowland, the worlds largest electronic and dance music festival. The festival has grown incredibly quickly, and now it attracts revelers from over a ...

Brighton, city by the sea, was originally a known as a spa resort. People still head there to relax by the beach, but now the city can boast of a range of festivals and live entertainment. Brighton pr...

In little over a week (August 8 – 11) Boomtown Fair will begin. The festival has been growing year after year, with 35,000 tickets sold in 2013. Those attending will be treated to a weekend of unadult...