Festivals For All Blog

Knockengorroch 2017 Preview

Posted on Mon 8th May 2017

If you are looking for a festival with its own mysterious magical vibe, in a beautiful off the track setting, and an eclectic program of artists then you should not miss Knockengorrach 2017.

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Bank Holiday, Sunshine & Greenfields, Yes The Summer Festival Season is Here

Posted on Tue 24th May 2016

The festival season kicks off in anger this weekend, with festivals taking place over the length and breadth of the country, here are a selection.

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5 Great City Festivals

Posted on Fri 13th May 2016

Summer in the city is great, but summer in a city that hosts festivals is even better. At city festivals you can enjoy great music, food, drink and general malarkey of a festival, in the knowledge that a comfortable bed awaits.

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Metropolitan Festivals Great Value for Money Plus The Benefit of Your Own Bed!

Posted on Mon 25th April 2016

For those that don't see the joy of camping in a field, exposed to the whims of the British weather to get your festival fix, why not try one of the growing number of 'Metropolitan' Festivals. You can enjoy artists performing in purpose built buildings, ability to buy food as you walk down the street, and in my case, a better chance of getting a decent Guinness, together with the knowledge that your bed awaits you at the end of the day.

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Great Festivals For Under £100

Posted on Fri 8th April 2016

With the costs of artists increasing, coupled with the additional burdens of Health & Safety and increasingly stringent licencing requirements its easy to see why the cost of festivals has increased significantly in recent years. The good news is that there are still great greenfield festivals for under a £100 and that includes camping!

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Forgotten Fields Preview

Posted on Fri 7th August 2015

This weekend will see the inaugural Forgotten Fields Festival at Eridge Deer Park, Sussex. Forgotten Fields is brought to you by the creative minds behind the hugely successful Kendal Calling.

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5 Reasons why you cant afford to miss Hevy Fest 2015

Posted on Tue 28th July 2015

Hevy Fest promises to be one of the highlights of the 2015 Festival season, with a line up that includes Thrice, Coheed & Cambria performing their classic concept album ‘In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3’ and so much more.

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Interview with Lakefest's Lee Martin

Posted on Wed 15th July 2015

2015 will see the largest Lakefest to date, we caught up with Festival Director Lee Martin over a pint at The Crown Inn Kemerton, to discuss this years festival

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Interview with Truck Festival's Festival Organiser Matt Harrap

Posted on Thu 2nd July 2015

With just two weeks to this years Truck Festival we caught up with Matt Harrap to discuss all things Truck, looks like this year could be the biggest yet!

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Some of the best family festivals to enjoy this summer

Posted on Mon 29th June 2015

With the school holidays just around the corner, here are some of the best family festivals to enjoy this summer.

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Barclaycard British Summer Time 2015 Preview

Posted on Mon 15th June 2015

Barclaycard British Summertime offers 5 days of live music, 3 days of comedy a family day, plus a number of free events. 

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Isle of Wight 2015 Preview

Posted on Wed 10th June 2015

The Isle of Wight Festival is so much more than just a music festival, here are 5 things to see and do while at the festival.

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Interview with Brownstock's Jessica Speakman

Posted on Sun 17th May 2015

We caught up with Brownstock's Jessica Speakman to discuss, change of date, Essex talent, the blues, pampering and so much more

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5 Festivals for the May Bank Holiday Weekend

Posted on Fri 15th May 2015

The May Bank holiday sees the festival season move into full swing with festivals taking place across the length and breadth of the country, so here are 5 which we think are well worth checking out.

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