Summer Festival Guide's Tina was on-site at Hard Rock Calling's newest home @ Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to witness headline sets by Kasabian & Bruce Springsteen!
Leeds and Reading festivals are probably two of the biggest music events in the UK, time and time again they bring in the biggest and brightest acts of the year as well as legendary performances from bands that have stood the test of time and this year was no exception.
Bruce Springsteen’s Wig, Haggis and the Fight against Cynicism, just another afternoon with Hue and Cry
We caught up with the Scottish duo Pat and Gregory Kane from Hue and Cry at Isle of Wight before their set on the main stage on Saturday, to talk about their latest musical ventures and sticking it out in the music industry for the long haul. It turned into a conversation about wigs and cynicism...standard.
With the weather causing havoc on the Isle of Wight, the Summer Festival Guide weathered the storm to bring you this review from the Isle of Wight Festival 2012
300 bands, 19 venues, a music expo, the student music awards and an industry conference crammed into 3 short days. Is it possible? Well according to Sound City, yes. Born in 2008 its grown from strength to strength and this year was set to bring bigger acts from a wider range of genres than ever before. Headliners included, Professor Green, Temper Trap and Alkaline Trio among a host of other local and international acts. Armed with a festival map and a list as long as our arms of bands we wanted
Greenbelt Festival 2011 took place at Cheltenham Racecourse, see what Tina thought of this festival that mixes arts, crafts and justice.
The Summer Festival Guide headed to Poland for the 10th anniversary of the Heineken Open'er Festival
The Summer Festival Guide headed to Platt Fields, Manchester to find out all about the sold out Parklife Weekender.
Tina Boonstra had a chat to Greg Dread from Dreadzone about their upcoming performances and the what lies in the future ahead.