Festivals, Music

Tramlines Fringe 2018: Must See Events

We’re heading to Tramlines this weekend but today via our socials we’re going to take a look at some of the coolest fringe events the city has to offer! Keep up to date using the hashtag #TramlinesFringe18 AMP Live at The Fringe at Tramlines / Frog & Parrot When: 21/07 Where: Frog and Parrot, Sheffield […]

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Music, Festivals

Splendour 2018: Stage Times, Line-Up & Ticket Details

Nottingham’s biggest day out returns this Saturday! Splendour celebrates its 10th birthday in some fashion with a low ticket warning already being announced. Hot weather, ambient settings and a day of memorable music is all to be expected as Wollaton Park once more plays host to the East Midlands’ premier music festival. Taking place on […]

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Festivals, Music

Tramlines 2018: Stage Times, Line-Up & Ticket Details

Tramlines is Sheffield’s biggest musical celebration of the year and slowly becoming one for the whole country to be envious of. Given the unprecedented demand for tickets, a whole batch of limited day tickets are now on sale for the 10th anniversary celebration. The festival takes place from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd July and […]

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Festivals, Music

The Killers Close TRNSMT In Style

It is no surprise that TRNSMT has already announced it will return to Glasgow Green in 2019. This year’s event has been second to none with The Killers bringing their huge, LA mimicking set to the main stage. Following in the footsteps of Queen + Adam Lambert, Arctic Monkeys, Liam Gallagher and Stereophonics, they headline […]

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Festivals, Music

Tramlines 2018: 8 Must See Artists

Tramlines is one of Sheffield’s favourite weekends. It just seems to get bigger and bigger! Here’s 8 artists you MUST see at some point over the famous, celebratory weekend. RedFaces Sheffield is a hotbed for musical ingenuity. It plays home to numerous amazing new bands, none more impressive than RedFaces. If latest single ‘Messed Up […]

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Features, Festivals, Music

10 Years of Splendour

No one quite encapsulates the mood of Nottingham’s Splendour Festival like DHP Family owner George Akins: “Ten years ago Nottingham City Council and DHP decided to start a festival for the people of Nottingham, an event to showcase some of our talented local musicians and bring some of the world’s best talent to the area.” […]

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Festivals, Music

Isle of Wight 2018: Top 5

The Isle of Wight Festival celebrated its 50th year in June, here’s out 5 favourite artists from across the weekend: Bang Bang Romeo Bang Bang Romeo have gone from strength to strength over the years, though the main-stage performance at the Isle of Wight Festival becomes a pivotal moment in their existence. Having traversed a […]

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Festivals, Music

A ‘Sunsational’ Start to TRNSMT 2018

Glasgow’s TRNSMT festival was arguably the summer highlight of 2017, its debut blew minds and left people wondering whether we would ever see the return of big sister festival T in the Park. With the weather only getting better and a line-up worth dying for, 2018 seems to elevate the festival to entirely new levels. […]

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Festivals, Music

Isle of Wight 2018: 5 Must See Artists

This year, the Isle of Wight Festival returns for its 50th edition, expect it to be one of the best years. It is always one of our summer highlights, below are 5 artists you MUST check out if you’re heading down south this June… Bang Bang Romeo Bang Bang Romeo are heavenly, think of a […]

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Festivals, Music

This Feeling @ Isle Of Wight Festival: Preview

This Feeling’s festival tents are nothing short of legendary, a hotbed of musical talent soon to grace the main stages and beyond. Not only that, but it is the perfect rock n roll celebration of scenes occurring in small venues across the country. With Pirate Studios and Pretty Green also supporting the stage, here’s our […]

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Festivals, Music

Sound City 2018: 10 Must See Artists

Liverpool Sound City is one of the country’s leading festivals when it comes to supporting new talent. Here are 10 new bands we think you MUST see if you’re planning to head to the famous city festival this May. Berries If latest single “Faults” is anything to go by, the London alt trio are one […]

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Festivals, Music

Victorious Festival Announces BEST Line-Up Yet

If 2017 was the year of the small, city festival, 2018 is gonna take some beating! Victorious Festival has this year announced a whole host of impressive, world renowned names including The Libertines, Paul Weller and The Prodigy. Located on the picturesque Southsea Seafront, the August Bank-Holiday Weekend Festival offers a credible alternative and welcome escape […]

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Festivals, Music

Dot to Dot Announces First Wave of 2018 Artists

As winner of best Festival for Emerging Talent at the 2017 UK Festival Awards it is clear that Dot to Dot hold a certain amount of authority when it comes to providing a festival line up worth taking notice of. This year, the festival returns to Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham from 25-27 May with The […]

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Festivals, Music

Tramlines Celebrates 10th Edition

This time located at Sheffield’s Hillsborough Park, Tramlines has unveiled its 2018 headliners as Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Craig David’s TS5 and Stereophonics. Alongside this comes the likes of Blossoms, Jake Bugg, The Sherlocks, The Magic Gang, Coasts, Pale Waves, Stereo Honey and more! It appears as though the inner city festival has reached […]

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Festivals, Music

Arctic Monkeys To Play TRNSMT 2018

TRNSMT was one of our festival highlights in 2018, their commitment to creating the perfect inner city festival environment is second to none. The announcement of Arctic Monkeys, who headline on Sunday 1st July, only adds to the excitement surrounding this year’s festival. Arctic Monkeys, making their long awaited return, have an unrivalled sound which […]

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Who Can Headline Reading & Leeds In 2018?

With the first Reading & Leeds headliner announcements imminent, now seems the best time to consider which bands and musicians will potentially headline the famous festival. Here’s whom our writers seem to think fits the bill: Foo Fighters They headlined Glastonbury in 2017, performing in some of the country’s largest stadiums this year, surely the […]

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