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Festival Reviews

Wilkestock Festival 2018

By | September 10th, 2018|Reviews|

Wilkestock is one of the best annual events in the small festival scene. Returning for it's 11th year, the festival provided possibly the best line up that it has ever had.  For those who aren't aware, [...]

Highfield 2018 – Full Review!

By | August 22nd, 2018|Reviews|

Highfield festival takes place yearly by the Strömthaler Lake near Leipzig, in East Germany. It’s small (35,000 guests) with two stages (Green and Blue). Most notably, Highfield has a beach that is open to guests throughout the day. There’s a DJ stage on the beach along with drinks stands, so the festival vibe is guaranteed

BOA 2018 – NIGHTWISH: Reviewed!

By | August 20th, 2018|Reviews|

The final night of Bloodstock 2018 is here, and there’s a distinct chill in the air, closing the main stage are symphonic metal heavyweights – Nightwish. From the moment they were announced last year, Nightwish have been a controversial pick for fans on the forums and social media, a band known as much for their ongoing drama as for their music. Indeed tonight’s showing will be the third lead vocalist BOA has seen with the band (Tarja Turunen; 2003, Anette Olzon; 2008) as Floor Jansen takes to t

BOA 2018 – GOJIRA: Reviewed!

By | August 16th, 2018|Reviews|

Gojira have been long awaited as a headliner here at BOA, and it seems as though the entire population of the festival – some 18 thousand metalheads, have turned out for them tonight. The band waste no time in racing right into the heavy stuff with ‘Only Pain’ and ‘The Heaviest Matter of the Universe’ against a brooding mountain range backdrop, as giant plumes of smoke are blasted out from the front of the stage.

BOA 2018 – Judas Priest: Reviewed!

By | August 14th, 2018|Reviews|

It’s Friday night at Bloodstock and we’re gearing up for the mighty Judas Priest, the stage is set with giant ‘Devils tuning fork’ backdrops and standing props and smoke is billowing in from the sides. Entering to Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’ and a barrage of stage lights, Rob Halford is still rocking the signature fringed leather and sunglasses look, despite the now dark skies. Kicking off with brand spanking new track ‘Firepower’ – a polished but ultimately traditional Priest sound, it’s clear we’re i

Bestival 2018: M.I.A. – Reviewed!

By | August 9th, 2018|Reviews|

It’s day three of Bestival, we’re all sunburnt, knackered and happy – but we’re back in the Castle Field eagerly awaiting London bad-gal rapper, artist, political activist and all round boss babe – M.I.A. The main stage is set with billowing yellow drapes reminiscent of a Disney princess dress and a neon archway which looks like you could descend to Moria through it. If you know, you know. The arena is packed out and everyone is looking forward to one last night of debauchery before having to he

Bestival 2018: LONDON GRAMMAR – Reviewed!

By | August 9th, 2018|Reviews|

After a stonking warm up of the always incredible (and insane) Grace Jones, and the most spectacular 15th Anniversary fireworks and AV show on Lulworth Castle, we’ve been expecting big things from London Grammar tonight. The sky is cloudless and cool, a welcome relief from the scorching days and the stage is set, well… incredibly minimally.

Bestival 2018: SILK CITY – Reviewed!

By | August 9th, 2018|Reviews|

Tonight, for a marvelous treat – Bestival are giving us the second ever live show of the brand spanking new Diplo and Mark Ronson collab; Silk City. As the castle field fills up and an NYC back-alley set design is rolled onto the stage, the sunburnt masses are gearing up for a night of big beats and laser filled dreams.

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Festival News

BLOODSTOCK announce SABATON as Friday night headliner for 2019!

BLOODSTOCK are excited to announce their first headliner for 2019! Swedish metal warriors, SABATON will headline Friday 9th August in what will be their only UK show in 2019! Check out what they had to say about returning to Catton Park’s hallowed turf to headline the festival this time around - https://youtu.be/a_m5jrhKUZs. The band have always been a huge hit with BLOODSTOCK’s crowd in years prior, so we’re excited to see them step into a headline slot.

By | October 25th, 2018|Bloodstock Open Air, Festivals|

Slam Dunk Festival 2019

All Time Low are set to headline Slam Dunk Festival 2019; Their exclusive UK Shows of 2019. Also joing them will be NOFX, New Found Glory, Waterparks, Story Of The Year, Gallows, Mad Caddies and [...]

By | October 20th, 2018|Festivals, Slam Dunk|

House of Vans first ever festival appearance: Bestival 2018

We are very excited indeed to announce that House of Vans will make its first ever UK festival appearance at Bestival this 2-5 August. Hosting a brand new den of creativity, House of Vans will feature live acts, art and ingenuity, with innovative, offbeat and original music curated by House of Vans, Sunday Best and DIY Magazine. Rob da Bank says: “Just when we thought we couldn’t get any more of the best new up-and-coming bands and DJs in the world at Bestival, we’ve only gone and teamed up w

By | July 19th, 2018|Bestival, Festivals|

UK’s First Floating Festivals Announced for 2018 Two Cruises: Throwback – the 80’s Music Festival At Sea – starring The Human League, OMD and Erasure’s Andy Bell Stages – the Musical Theatre Festival At Sea – featuring MICHAEL BALL, Collabro and Beverley

  The fabulous and flamboyant pop music of the 1980s and headline performances from stars of the West End and Broadway will be celebrated with two new cruises in 2018. The new entertainment concept of Floating Festivals is the brainchild of Jonathan [...]

By | May 29th, 2018|Festivals|


Slam Dunk Festival is also proud to announce the stage splits for this year’s festival where the Jagermeister Stage is set to play host to pop-punk titans Good Charlotte as they make their Slam Dunk Festival debut, alongside arena rockers PVRIS and [...]

By | April 16th, 2018|Festivals, Slam Dunk|
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