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Outlook is a celebration of bass, and by bass I mean kidney shifting, head thumping, subwoofing BASS. The deepest of deep vibrations follow and beckon you all over the picturesque festival site, from ...

Sónar is known for being at the forefront of electronic experimentation with its avant- garde style and captivating nature. Now entering its 21st year, Sónar has built up a leading global reputation ...

Europe offers a host of excellent summer festivals for people looking for a little more adventure (and sunshine) than the typical trip to a British field. There are now so many European festivals on o...

Set on the picturesque Glanusk Estate in the Brecon Beacons, Green Man is a breath of fresh air in the festival scene. Its decidedly unpretentious and friendly atmosphere resonates through every aspec...

This year's Glastonbury was something of a return to its roots. The head-liners, Kaiser Chiefs, Arcade Fire and Metallica are all rockers, standing in contrast to the forays into hip-hop and electroni...

Get Kitted Out For Bestival Each year, in September, revellers from across the UK flock to the Isle of Wight for Bestival, a festival that combines the intimate, laid back atmosphere of a smaller bou...

Desolation. Tattered tents rattling in the wind. Trash strewn across a plain. Carrion crows circling overhead. This isn't some dark vision of a post-apocalyptic world, it's the aftermath of every musi...

The V Festival is a weekend festival that takes place in two different venues, one in Chelmsford one in South Staffordshire, at the same time. The bands swap so that they will play in one place on Sat...

Tauron Nowa Muzyka (TNM) festival, based in the industrial town of Katowice in Poland, returns to its original home in a disused coal mine in 2014 after a two-year hiatus. The epic industrial site has...

Over a month has gone by since Tomorrowland had its first big line-up announcement, and more and more artists are trickling in. The difference between Weeks 1 and 2 seems to be growing wider, with Wee...