A brand new festival for 2017 conjured up from the blue-sky thinking of brothers Max & Rick Lees and local entrepreneur Luke Stanley, this summer you are invited to leave your troubles behind and pop your head amongst the Clouds for a day of idyllic escapism and top-flight entertainme...
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Flow’s famous landmark, Bright Balloon 360° with its circular stage topped by a luminous balloon, will be located in a new area of Suvilahti. The stage will host Joshua Redman, Roy Ayers, BadBadNotGood, Fatoumata Diawara & Hindi Zahra, Ibibio Sound Machine, Janka Nabay & The Bubu Gang, Linnea Olsson and Skott, among others.
Flow Festival’s impressive and intimate Bright Balloon 360° stage will get a new area all of its own. The circular seating area will fit more people than in previous years and getting in and out of the stage area is easier. The whole Flow area is growing this year and moving around the area will be easier. The biggest single change is the relocation of the Bright Balloon 360° stage to its own area and the new audience seating.
American jazz star Joshua Redman br...
Sometimes a good song just sticks with you forever; Reload Festival knows a classic when it sees one and returns to Norfolk Showground this year with an amazing line-up perfectly designed to celebrate the good times.
Africa Oyé – 25th Anniversary Festival
Sefton Park, Liverpool
Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June 2017
12:30pm – 9:30pm both days / Admission: FREE
Funded by Arts Council England & Liverpool City Council
Africa Oyé have added two of the festival’s finest alumni to their 25th Anniversary line-up ahead of the celebrations in June.
The first of the two newly announced acts returning to Sefton Park this summer is Ivorian singer, dancer, musician and Grammy-winner, Dobet Gnahoré.
Dobet, who first played the Liverpool festival back in 2005, sings in a range of African languages and covers a whole host of styles, including Congolese Rumba, Ivory Coast Ziglibiti, Cameroon Bikoutsi and Ghanian High-Life.
Joining her in this latest reveal is Angolan icon, Bonga, who played Oyé in 2011...Read More
Following a hugely successful sell out event last summer, Penn Street in Buckinghamshire is once again set to be home to a 2‐day music festival with camping, as PennFest returns on the weekend of the 21st‐22nd July 2017.
PRIMAL SCREAM, SIGMA (live),
THE CORAL, MAXIMO PARK, CAST,
THE PIGEON DETECTIVES,
GOLDIE LOOKING CHAIN (legends
NEW FOR 2017: The LOCKDOWN
WILKINSON, P MONEY, CONGO NATTY and
CHRIS LORENZO and TOM ZANETTI on Saturday night,
Additionally, our Big Top stage will return and will...Read More
The UK’s biggest metropolitan festival – has today announced its third wave of artists on a burgeoning line-up that already features headliners Stereophonics, Madness and Elbow and many, many more.
Back with their eagerly awaited sixth studio album – Risk to Exit –Maximo Park are a welcome addition to the Victorious bill. Known for their showmanship and exhilarating live performances the Geordie rockers are guaranteed to be a festival highlight.
Special Sunday afternoon guests The Dandy Warhols are sure to bring a slice of sun-drenched psychedelic vibes with them to Portsmouth. The veteran acid-pop leviathans are best sampled live and their blissed-out sound will be the perfect entrée to the 2017 Victorious finale.
Needing no introduction whatsoever are legendary noise-rock purve...Read More