Despite the rain, wind and mud, Parklife manages to pull off an incredible weekend of dancing, visual wonder and musical excellence, writes Jake Oliver
SU Activities Officer Lizzy Haughton has announced Pangaea Festival has been “cancelled for good” due to poor ticket sales
Contributor Freya Thomson previews Bluedot Festival which sees science meet music with headliners New Order, Kraftwerk, and Hot Chip.
May the force of Live at Leeds’ final line-up announcement be with you as you decide which festivals to attend this year writes editor Olivia White
With LGBT History Month approaching, Jessica Blair takes a look at the upcoming events aiming to celebrate Manchester’s diverse community in a time of political adversity
Contributor Callum Lunn thinks we should all embrace our inner emo
The family-friendly festival will take place this weekend at Platt Fields, and aims to celebrate diversity across the city
Guess who’s back… back again!
Tobias Soar — Despite its underwhelming visual presentation, Corporate Animals is a hilarious dark comedy which might make you squirm in your seat
Olivia White offers an insight into the talent that this year’s LAL Festival showcased by the likes of recently evolved Sundara Karma and the resurgence of the punk scene
Editor Olivia White previews one of 2019’s strongest UK lineup’s, Greenman Festival. This folk-rock festival sees the likes of Father John Misty, Sharon Van Etten and IDLES.
After the release of a phenomenal lineup, Jake Oliver explores all the excitement yet to unfold as Parklife returns to Heaton Park for its tenth year
Wolf Alice smash their Reading and Leeds Festival performance out of the park with a thrilling career-spanning set
Contributor Georgina Davidson reports from Tramlines 2018, giving us the lowdown on music offerings and the reasoning behind the event’s message to “Be More Nulty”
TRUCK Festival’s celebration of female-fronted bands is refreshing and welcome — in doing so, the small indie-focused festival has become a leader in furthering the cause for feminism in music.
Unsure of what to expect at 2000trees? Ciaran McLaughlin previews the Cheltenham-based festival and gives his recommendations on who to look out for