Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Björk, Groove Armada and Metronomy to headline Bluedot Festival 2021

Organisers of this year's Bluedot Festival in Cheshire have announced the postponement of their 2020 event, whilst also confirming 2021 dates and headliners. Releasing the news on their official channels, Bluedot organisers said "It is with incredibly heavy hearts that we are announcing the postponement...

YUNGBLUD announces second ‘The YUNGBLUD Show’ live-stream gig

YUNGBLUD has announced the second part of his series of live-streamed events, with 'The YUNGBLUD Show' confirmed to return on 16th April. Set to kick off on his YouTube channel from 3pm GMT (7am PST), the special event will also see guest spots from Travis...

Defected announce live-stream ‘virtual festival’ with huge line-up

Defected Records organisers have announced their inaugural Defected Virtual Festival, following the cancellation of their spring live events due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Kicking off on Friday 20th March, the Virtual Festival will feature 12 hours of music,...

Glastonbury organisers receive wealth of support from fans amid cancellation

Earlier today, Glastonbury organisers confirmed the cancellation of the festival's 50th anniversary following global concerns of the coronavirus pandemic. Confirming that 2020 will now become an "enforced fallow year", the festival will return in June 2021, with ticketholders...

Glastonbury Festival 2020 officially cancelled

Glastonbury Festival's 50th anniversary celebrations have been officially postponed following the global coronavirus outbreak. Last week, organisers revealed the first batch of names for 2020's festival, with Emily Eavis citing worry about the uncertain situation...

Glastonbury 2020 first-wave line-up announced

Kendrick Lamar has been announced as the final headliner for 2020's Glastonbury Festival, revealed alongside the first-wave lineup for this summer's 50th anniversary. Shared via Glastonbury's social accounts (and led by Emily Eavis),...

Kendrick Lamar confirmed as final Glastonbury 2020 headliner

After being tipped as the bookie's favourite for a good few months, Kendrick Lamar has been revealed as the final headliner for 2020's Glastonbury Festival. Taking the lead on the Pyramid Stage on Friday 26th June, Lamar will join previously-announced Sir Paul McCartney and Taylor...

Manic Street Preachers self-confirm Glastonbury 2020

The Manic Street Preachers have confirmed their return to Glastonbury for the festival’s 50th anniversary later this summer. Revealed via the band’s official Instagram account, the Manics confirmed the news with a suggested tongue-in-cheek set list of covers...

Glastonbury’s The Common tease new area for 2020

Organiser's of Glastonbury's The Common have teased a new tweak to celebrate the festival's upcoming 50th anniversary. Nestled within the self-dubbed 'naughty corner' of Worthy Farm, The Common's official page on the Glastonbury website has been updated to give hints of a revamp to...

Led Zeppelin & Daft Punk ruled out for Glastonbury 2020

Sorry for all those hopefuls, but it seems Led Zeppelin and Daft Punk have both been officially ruled out for 2020's Glastonbury Festival. Speaking to NME backstage at last night's NME Awards, Glastonbury curator Emily Eavis confirmed there will be many surprises in store for...