The Warehouse Project is an iconic series of electronic and urban club nights based across Manchester.
Bringing some of the biggest names in house, techno, grime, garage and hip-hop to some of the city’s hippest venues, WHP has a reputation for being one of the biggest events in the UK music calendar.
Its lineups mix familiar names with underground talent – Ricardo Villalobos, Floating Points, Annie Mac, Giggs will all appear at nights this series – attracting ravers from up and down the country as well as further abroad.
All Points East Festival returns to east London’s Victoria Park in 2020 to once again showcase why it’s become a key staple of the capital’s music calendar. Confirmed to be headlining the London festival so far are Tame Impala, Kraftwerk 3D and Massive Attack. Australian psychedelic rockers Tame Impala are set to headline All Points East on Saturday 23rd May in what will be a UK exclusive. Their performance will follow the release of their first album in five years, and will be the first time fans will be able to hear the new songs live in the UK. Facebook Comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Reddit Facebook Messenger
The Parklife 2020 lineup will feature a headline set from Tyler, The Creator, which will be his first solo UK headline show outside of London, and his first performance in the country for five years. Joining him will be the likes of Skepta, Lewis Capaldi, Khalid, Jorja Smith, Giggs, Anderson .Paak, Robyn and many more, but where the festival really comes to life is on its numerous stages hosted by some of the country’s most esteemed clubbing brands, with sets from the likes of Peggy Gou, Carl Cox and Andy C taking the limelight. Facebook Comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Reddit Facebook Messenger
Now regarded as one of the UK’s most respected music festivals, TRNSMT has continually brought some of the world’s biggest artists to Glasgow every summer since its inception, with TRNSMT 2020’s lineup including headline sets from Courteeners, Liam Gallagher and Lewis Capaldi, with the likes of Ian Brown, Foals, Snow Patrol, Sam Fender and Rita Ora all performing across the weekend. Spreading its lineup across multiple stages, TRNSMT is also a great place to catch some of the best upcoming artists in the rock and indie scene over on its King Tut’s Stage, which prides itself on showcasing the best emerging talent, while the Queen Tut’s Stage – which showcases only female acts – has been confirmed to return in 2020. Facebook Comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Reddit Facebook Messenger
Way back in 2006, the first Beat-Herder was hot. Hot like hotknives. The land was baked like a biscuit and 1200 people came, enjoyed and partied really hard. There were fewer areas back then. Toil Trees was the epicentre of the throng. We had a tiny stage in the main field; there was Trailer Trash, there was Colin (Still the best Reggae tent of the Northern hemisphere), a witch tent, a naked sauna and couple of hippy food stalls. Since then…a colossal creation of some 16 additional areas for music, 14 bars, 40 + stalls, fairgrounds… the list goes on. Mother Beat-Herder has been busy. https://beatherder.co.uk/ Line up coming soon ! Facebook Comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Reddit Facebook Messenger
Tomorrowland is a EDM and electronic music festival held in Boom, Belgium. Tomorrowland is the world’s biggest dance music festival, bringing an A-list lineup of DJs from across the dance music spectrum to Boom in Belgium each summer. That means whether you’re into EDM, house, techno, hardstyle, or all of the above, you’ll be surrounded by only the best. Its recent lineups have included The Chainsmokers, Carl Cox, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto and many more. Facebook Comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Reddit Facebook Messenger
Creamfields Festival returns to Daresbury in August 2020 for another bank holiday weekend of dance music, showcasing a lineup that brings together the biggest artists from the worlds of EDM, house, techno, drum and bass, trance and more. Now the UK’s most famous dance music Facebook Comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Reddit Facebook Messenger