Common People might be the littlest sister of UK behemoth Bestival, but it certainly packs it’s own unique punch. Held on Southampton Common (with a twin over in Oxford now too) it’s a two day hedonistic escape without the sleeping-on-a-rollmat or not-showering-for-four-days element, and as such, is an altogether pleasant affair.
The creative minds behind Kendal Calling bring you Forgotten Fields, a ground breaking new festival at Eridge Deer Park in Sussex
Y Not Festival announces some massive additions to this years lineup including De La Soul, Palma Violets, British Sea Power and more.
Kendal Calling has pulled together its best ever line up as the multi award winning festival returns for the eight time to its stunning base in the Lake District, widely acclaimed as the most beautiful festival site in the UK.
With even more artists yet to be announced across the NME/Radio 1, BBC Radio 1 Dance, Lock Up/Rock, Festival Republic, BBC Radio 1Xtra Alternative and BBC Introducing Stages, the line-up just keeps getting bigger and better for 2013!
So, we’re wrapping up this 15th birthday present with a dose of Steventon-bred pop from Alphabet Backwards, the FOTB Djs returning to the Barn, and Oxford institutions Nick Cope and Oxford Playhouse entertaining children and parents alike. June is upon us, so less than 2 months to go!
We're pleased to announce that THE TEMPER TRAP, BRITISH SEA POWER and more will join the already-announced MYSTERY JETS, VILLAGERS, 65 DAYS OF STATIC and GET CAPE. WEAR CAPE. FLY! amongst many more on the bill for this year's Truck Festival!
Whilst interstellar pop music from The Flaming Lips, British Sea Power, OK Go, Alice Gold and Wave Machines resonates from a stage beneath the Lovell Telescope, the sell-out crowd will also have the opportunity to learn about the depths of space and the stars at the inaugural Live From Jodrell Bank.
Live from Jodrell Bank is a unique night of spectacle and eccentricity with Grammy award-winning The Flaming Lips, cult British rockers British Sea Power, Chicago’s distinct and inventive OK Go and the sultry Alice Gold performing in the shadow of the towering Lovell Telescope, the biggest and most powerful radio telescope in the country on Saturday 2nd July 2011!