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Subterranean Festival 2017

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The line-up for the first ever Subterranean Festival, a brand new indie and rock festival in the heart of Cambridge which takes place on Saturday 23 September, has just been announced. Headlining the Underworld stage are Scottish three-piece rock band The Amorettes who will be bringing their distinctive style to the Festival. Since they exploded onto the music scene with the release of their album Game On, they have toured extensively, garnering huge critical and popular acclaim and will be on tour this spring as official support to Black Star Riders. Indie band PINS will be headlining the Labyrinth stage.…

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1000Trees Festival 2017 Announces Headliners

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37 brilliant acts also announced today including: NOTHING BUT THIEVES, JAMIE LENMAN and PULLED APART BY HORSES The multi-award-winning 2000trees Festival is a 10,000 capacity music festival set in the rolling Cotswold Hills. You’ll get two nights camping (three if you attend Thursday Early Entry night) and a friendly, intimate atmosphere – plus amazing food and locally produced ciders, ales & lagers. 2000trees Festival is all about the music, with more than 120 of the absolute best new and underground acts from the worlds of rock and indie, plus some more established acts to close out the night. Previous bands…

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Kendal Calling: Less Than 900 Tickets Left With More Bands Added!

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Artists added to the Tim Peaks and House Party line-ups With the festival season not being able to come sooner, the Tim Peaks and House party stages have had some additional guest’s announced. Tickets for Kendal are running out fast! get yours and don’t miss out! Get Tickets

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Copenhell 2017 adds new names to the festival

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Copenhell – one of Europe’s biggest metal festivals, adds 4 new names to next year’s metal-fest: Once a year since 2010, the earlier B&W shipyard in the north docks of Copenhagen is, for a few days at least, transformed into a mayhem of metal-heads, presenting some of the biggest names in hard rock and metal. After having Black Sabbath grace the stage in 2016, it’s time to start teasing for next year’s festival: Having already announced System Of A Down as headliner for next year, the festival adds these names to the lineup. Flick Of The Finger will do what we can…

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REC ROCK FESTIVAL 2016

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For a good cause – Pete Salisbury’s do-good festival, come by if you can: The past few years has seen a proliferation in UK music festivals but with the choice so great some have struggled to attract the crowds. Some of the more successful festivals have been the smaller, more varied independent ones of which the Rec Rock Festival is one. This not for profit community festival is run by The Verve drummer Pete Salisbury, his wife Pam and a few friends. The aim is to raise money for defibrillators in schools and sports clubs along with people trained to use…

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Van’s Warped Tour 2016, Mountain View CA, 6. August

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Van’s Warped Tour once again arrived in Mountain View, CA, and although the date was moved from June to August, the powerful atmosphere still remained throughout the day. As always, the tour garners long lines of diverse people; from small children to grandparents still full of angst, hundreds made their way to Shoreline Amphitheatre harboring excitement as the day begins. Of the seven stages to choose from, I began at the Monster Energy North stage to shoot Atreyu. The band played off their latest album “Long Live” and delivered a hell­ of ­a show. Constant energy to kick off the…

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2000 Trees Festival 2016

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From 7th July to the 9th July, 2000 Trees was celebrating its 10th Anniversary. The festival priding itself on ‘10 Years of Excellence’ included both big bands and up and coming bands. Flick of the Finger packed its bags and headed to Upcote farm, for a warm, music filled weekend. The festival began on the Thursday, but unfortunately I turned up too late in order to catch my most anticipated act of the day Milk Teeth. After finally setting up camp I headed off to catch Black Peaks at the Cave stage, and they did not disappoint as my first…

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Cream Fields 2016: The Full Line up

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Following its 7th consecutive sell-out last year, the UK’s No.1 dance festival Creamfields returns this summer and with a 4th day added has officially become the world’s biggest electronic music festival! The multi award winning Creamfields is undoubtedly a rite of passage for any electronic music fan or artist, with over 70,000 fans flocking from around the world every August Bank Holiday to witness performances from some of the biggest names in dance music. With 28 stages across the weekend to explore and over 200 acts celebrating all that is good in electronic music the global powerhouse that is Creamfields…

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BREAKING: Austria Concert Gun Rampage

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A gunman has opened fire at a concert in the western Austrian town of Nenzing, killing two people before shooting himself dead, police say. Eleven other people were reported injured as the man appeared to fire randomly at about 03:00 local time (01:00 GMT). The facts and what is known so far… VIENNA – Police say a gunman has fired shots into a small crowd attending an open air concert in Austria’s westernmost province, killing two people and wounding 11 others before shooting himself to death. Police say the overnight shooting was preceded by a loud argument between the gunman…

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Camden Rocks 2016

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Zebrahead, Black Spiders, Yuck & more confirmed for Camden Rocks 2016 Returning for its fifth year on June 4th, Camden Rocks Festival have just announced Californian skate-punks Zebrahead, power-rock force Black Spiders, and, revered for their brutal live shows, Nottingham’s HECK to join the 2016 bill alongside London’s acclaimed noise-pop connoisseurs Yuck, Finnish glam-metal giants Reckless Love, and many more. The line-up already features some huge names in indie, punk, rock and metal, including The Cribs, Carl Barat & The Jackals, Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols), Ginger Wildheart, Billy Bragg, Johnny Foreigner, Creeper, Sonic Boom Six and more. Reckless Love say,…

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Download Festival 2016

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Like many UK festivals, Download often finds itself facing the pitfalls of a typical English summer and 2015’s event is no different. Download Festival 2015’s Friday’s headliners Slipknot performed in front of a sea of mud and an intense set of soggy downpours. But thats enough about the shitty UK weather, Who will be smashing the stage this year? Download Festival 2016 Main Acts Friday 10th June Rammstein. Korn. Killswitch Engage. Alien Ant Farm. Royal Repuplic. Saturday 12th June Bkack Sabbath. Deftones. Megadeth. Rival Sons. Sixx.A.M. Atreyu. Beartooth. Avatar. Sunday 13th June Iron Maiden. Nightwish. Disturbed. Shinedown. Halestorm. The Temperance Movement. Amon Amarth. Monster Truck. How…

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Reading Leeds Line Up 2016

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Reading Leeds Line Up 2016

Reading Leeds Line Up 2016 Announced Reading Leeds Line Up 2016 has been announced and its looking pretty awesome! Which are you going to? Leeds, Reading? both? the full line up is now starting to look like: Biffy Clyro (co-headline). Fall Out Boy (co-headline). Chvrches. The Vaccines. A$AP Rocky. HAIM. Jack Garratt. The Wombats. Lower Than Atlantis. Asking Alexandria. The Dillinger Escape Plan. Travi$ Scott. G-Eazy. Skindred. Five Finger Death Punch. Sleeping With Sirens. The Neighbourhood. Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes. StateChamps. Savages. Die Antwoord. Cage The Elephant. Krept & Konan. Sigma. Half Moon Run. Basement. Blossoms. Mura Masa. Giggs.…

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T In The Park – Line Up Announced

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T in the Park have just announced their headliners (Calvin Harris and Red Hot Chili Peppers join The Stone Roses) and a range of other acts including LCD Soundsystem, Jamie xx, Rat Boy and Catfish & The Bottlemen. Following last year’s festival, which hit the new Strathallan site with logistical issues, feared osprey disturbances and a guy who pretended he was trapped in a tent.

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