Review: Bluedot 2019: a space celebration

Bluedot festival review. If the scientists at Jodrell Bank could put their collective heads together, it would be perfect if they could find a way of teleporting us back to the fields of Bluedot in order to do the festival all over again. That way it might be possible to experience the stuff you’d missed…

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Jarvis Cocker plus more on the Bluedot 2019 lineup

Bluedot festival has unveiled its third wave of artists: one of the highlights is Jarvis Cocker performing a rare live set. And, back from their world tour are Sons of Kemet. Derrick Carter’s Cosmic Disco promises to be a mix of tribal house and tech-disco, hosted by La Discotheque. West Yorkshire rising stars Working Men’s…

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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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Bluedot 2018: out of this world music and science mashup

Bluedot festival moves into its third year with its unique brand of music, science and space mashup. There is probably no other festival like it: music fans can take their fill of several stages and science geeks have a wealth talks and workshops with experts, although its fair to say most festival goers dip into…

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Is Bluedot the UK’s most planet-friendly festival?

It has taken a huge effort for festivals to adopt an eco-friendly approach. But the days of walking over a crunchy carpet of beer cans to get to the main stage is well and truly over. None more so than at Bluedot festival, which, in its own words, ‘will be sending 0% waste to landfill…

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Review: Leftfield at Bluedot festival

Review of Leftfield ‘Leftism’ at Bluedot festival, by Nicholas Mai “Come on Tom, let’s go and see some proper music”. And so the uncertain eight-year(ish) old boy dutifully follows his father into the tent where Leftfield are warming up the crowd nicely as the first of the big name opening Friday acts at this year’s…

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Location, location: music for 2013 in unforgettable venues

From tiny, friendly gigs where you feel as if you’re in someone’s living room, to the big, bold and outlandish, 2013 is all about statement venues. Here are a few to whet the appetite. 1. February 17: Bush Hall, Shepherds Bush, west London. Only £5. A mellow Sunday evening under the chandeliers beckons at this…

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