Live, Music

Live Review: The Libertines’ Sharabang

Sharabang, part of Joss Bay’s Wheels and Fins Festival, was always billed to be a special day. A famous first Kent festival for The Libertines who now call Margate their home. With album four on the way, it seemed a logical end to a wold spanning four year reunion tour. An announcement followed, suddenly the […]

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Festivals, Music

Festival Review: Tramlines 2018

Initially, the decision to bring all of Tramlines’ stages together as one at Hillsborough Park was a risk. However, with a decade of experience under its belt, 2018 more than ever felt like the Sheffield festival’s rise to the higher echelons of the UK’s festival circuit. With the likes of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds […]

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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

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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