Latest Music Festival News

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Armand van Helden, Katy B, and Matthew Dear added to SW4

With the curtain coming up on the brand new South West Four Weekender in under one month’s time, we’ve been hard at work making sure this year’s SW4 is the best to date! The lineup is certainly the biggest we’ve ever put together but if you think we’re all done in that department then think again. This week we announce three final additions to the Sunday lineup; Armand van Helden, Matthew Dear and hot new vocalist Katy B! Coming to SW4 as the missing link between the New York beats of Salt N Pep

Green Man 2010 to premiere LEONARD COHEN film

Wales’ own Green Man presents the UK première of a treasure lost for 38 years, and the opportunity of having a once in a lifetime unique experience
LEONARD COHEN in the film
“BIRD ON A WIRE”
A Green Carpet event introduced by the Director and Editor Tony Palmer, followed by a Q and A by Tony Palmer and Steven Machat who produced this film with his father Marty Machat.

Camp Bestival SOLD OUT + Important Lineup change

With everything set for kick off this Friday 30th July, we are as pleased as punch to be able to announce that Camp Bestival has sold out for the third year running!Ticketline has now completely sold out but worry not if you’ve missed out on the jam-packed jamboree as there will be a very limited number of weekend camping tickets available at the box offices at Lulworth Castle to beat any ticket touts who think they can pull a fast one over the Camp Bestival faithful.There will also be a very sm

Reading & Leeds Festival – Alternative Stage Lineup announced

With five stages full of the biggest artists in the world and the best music you can hear, the Reading and Leeds Festival provides something for everybody, but if you are looking for a break from the tunes fear not, as the ALTERNATIVE STAGE hosts the finest names in comedy, performance art, cabaret, film and plenty to keep you dancing after the main stages have closed for the night.