2018’s ‘Best International Festival’ winner is back in Switzerland’s Crans-Montana with the best names in house, minimal and techno.
Sunburn Festival 2018 lineup
After a much talked about first edition in 2018, 5 Senses Thailand announces its second installment will take place from 14-19 Feb 2019.
This week Steel Yard announced its welcome return to the capital in 2019. Following a series of sell-out shows since its inception, the 15,000 capacity superstructure has dominated both the London and Liverpool landscapes of recent years and attracted some of the biggest names in electronic music, and next year’s show is no different as we can now reveal Sunday’s host – Carl Cox presents Space Ibi...
Music festivals in Hong Kong might not be as frequent as regions like Europe and the United States Of America, however, it has its own set of unique festivals that must be on your festival bucket list.
Perhaps what is most interesting apart from the music festivals taking place in the European and North American markets, is the fact that these festivals are now growing around the globe with the Ultra Music festival adding 23 new events, adding up to 45 ultra-events around the world attracting 1 million attendees.
The headliners are announced, the tickets are sold out, and festival season is in full swing. Ultra Music Festival, Miami 2018 may have kicked off music festival season but there are dozens more happening.
Hungary’s beach-themed festival, Balaton Sound, has revealed further talent for their international line-up featuring the biggest names in electronic, pop, hip-hop and grime.
Tired of all the snow, university got you stressed out with A-Levels, parents cramping your style? Yeah, you are not alone. So why spend it doing the same old routine when you could put some stamps in your passport & collect memories while you are on some music festival adventures of a lifetime?
With 2018 well and truly under way, many of you will already be planning your holidays this year around locations where there are a host of brilliant festivals to attend.
Every festival-goer’s dream of having an all access pass to their favourite fests is coming true! Thanks to Live Nation’s brand new ‘Festival Passport’, ravers will have access to a number of festivals across world for just $799!
On Sunday 27th August, Danny Howard’s Nothing Else Matters label meets Disciples’ The Following for an eclectic debut stage takeover at this year’s SW4 Festival at Clapham Common, London.