Review: Anthropos festival makes its debut

Tessa Gordziejko attended the first Anthropos festival and has written a review of the occasion. It’s always exciting to find a new festival, but to be at the very first edition of a brand new festival is doubly intriguing. Such was Anthropos electronic/ psychedelic music and arts festival, an initiative of Cambridge-based Sven and Lars…

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Wickham festival near sell-out

If you’re thinking of heading to Wickham festival, better get your skates on. The strongest lineup ever has seen a surge in sales. Not surprising when their headliners include Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls, Lucinda Williams, The Proclaimers, Judy Collins, Graham Nash and Kiefer Sutherland. This is a real family festival but with an…

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The lineup: 12 best festivals for 2019

Ooh festival season! The thought of it fills me (and so many of you out there, obviously) with joy. The sheer diversity of the UK festival scene means you can truly immerse yourself in music, dance, talks, literature, art, nature… there’s bound to be a few which will tick all your personal boxes. Here’s my…

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Bluedot celebrates the Moon Landing

Come and help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing with the incredible Moon-themed line-up at Bluedot festival. It was 50 years to the day – 21 July 1969 – that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the Moon. Where better to be than at the iconic Jodrell Bank in Cheshire –…

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Sea Change festival confirms Gruff Rhys and plenty more

Devon’s Sea Change Festival has announced the second wave of artists confirmed to appear in Totnes and Dartington this May. Gruff Rhys – Welsh musician, composer, producer, filmmaker author and one-fifth of Super Furry Animals will be appearing. Also, Bill Ryder Jones, Lubomyr Melnyk, Maps, Du Blonde, who has just released her self-produced Lung Bread…

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Port Eliot lineup – the first wave

Gorgeous independent Cornish festival Port Eliot Festival has unveiled the first set of artists for 2019. Set on the ancient St Germans estate, the festival runs from 25-28 July 2019. Tickets and full details at porteliotfestival.com  LARGE THURSDAY line-up for weekend ticketholders headlined by Aldous Harding.  OPEN FIRE STAGE & Georgian Big Kitchen featuring the…

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