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The UK’s Only Resort Based Snowsports Festival

An action packed Easter weekend of family Drag Racing entertainment including Top Fuel Dragsters, Nitro Funny Cars, Jet Cars and National Drag Racing. Plus all things powerful off track including Monster Trucks, Stunt Displays and more.

From beetles to buses, campers to caddies and golfs to ghias – Big Bang see’s them all!

The Great Escape Festival is a major three-day music festival held in Brighton and Hove, England every year in May. It is operated by MAMA & Company and showcases new music from a variety of genres. The festival was founded in 2006 and roughly hosts 300 bands across 30 venues throughout the city.  

Highest Point: Saturday. Highest Point is a new 3 day music festival set within the scenic surroundings of Williamson Park, Lancaster. Organised by the team that brought about A Wing at Lancaster Castle and last years sell out HaciendaClassical show, the 3-day city festival will be the biggest Lancaster has ever seen. friday 18th may Main stage – Hospitality presents World famous Drum and Bass label Hospital Records will be hitting the main stage so expect big sounds from the likes of High Contrast, Fred V & Grafix, Danny Byrd, Spy B2B Nu:Tone, Etherwood B2B Keeno, Dynamite MC, Lowqui and Tempza. In addition we are super pleased to announce the London Elektricity Big Band will be headlining their first gig north of Birmingham, bringing together a 22 piece brass band and vocalists for a powerful and unique transformation of a live Drum and Bass show. London Elektricity Big Band Live (First appearance in the North) High Contrast Fred V & Grafix (Live) Danny Byrd S.P.Y B2B Nu:Tone Etherwood B2B Keeno Dynamite MC Lowqui MC MC Tempza More stages and artists to be announced. saturday 19th may Saturday’s line up, along with The Dell, The Lake, The Sundial and The Memorial stages will be announced […]

Over the late May Bank Holiday Weekend, HogSozzle returns for a weekend of music, arts and food.  Join us in our intimate setting in Hertfordshire, just 30 minutes from London.  

The Mighty Hoopla, a day festival showcasing the cheesiest of pop music and the finest of London’s queer night culture.  

Download Festival through the years…. Here we can give you everything you need to know about every Download since its advent in 2003 – just click on the poster and discover pieces of history from the UK’s biggest rock and metal festival. \M/

Parklife Festival is one of the UK’s most popular and famous weekenders, laying on a weekend of diverse and cutting-edge music inside Manchester’s Heaton Park GATE TIMES Saturday 9th June : 11.00 hrs – 23.00 Sunday 10th June : 12.00 hrs – 23.00 Last entry into the festival is 17.00. No re-admittance allowed after leaving the festival site.

The 1970 event was by far the largest and most famous of the early festivals and the unexpectedly high attendance levels led, in 1971, to Parliament adding a section to the “Isle of Wight County Council Act 1971”, preventing overnight open-air gatherings of more than 5,000 people on the island without a special licence from the council. Headline Act (Friday) – Kasabian, The Script Headline Act (Saturday) – Depeche Mode, Liam Gallagher Headline Act (Sunday) – The Killers, Van Morrison On 6 November 2007, the Isle of Wight Festival was named ‘Best Major Festival’ at the UK Festival Awards. The performances by Muse and The Rolling Stones at the last festival were a major influence. At the same event, the coordinator of the festival, John Giddings, won the award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to UK festivals’. At the 2015 Awards, the Isle of Wight Festival won the award for ‘Best Family Festival’ and ‘Headline Performance of the Year’ for Fleetwood Mac. The Festival also won ‘Best Event’, Isle of Wight Visitor Attraction Association Awards, 2015  

NASS Festival is a multi-genre music and extreme sports festival set in the south-west of England. Combining top level pro BMX, skateboarding and inline-skating with some of the biggest names across the music scene today.

Latitude is, as its tagline proclaims, much more than just a music festival. With DJs hidden in the woods, colourful sheep roaming the tufty fields, opera on the lake, film debuts in its onsite cinema, clowns under canvas, actors treading the boards, local ales, dance troupes and a huge children’s area, there’s something to keep whatever age entertained. Oh, and there’s a full programme of music too.