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  1. Wheels & Fins announcing their Sunday Bunker line up today at 12pm
  2. So have finally made the big plunge, Lovely Project Essential turntable delivered and about to be setup, folks record collection inherited, room cleared, ready to rock and roll. Have committed to buying one record a week minimum. So, shoot - Recommendations? Versions of albums to avoid/embrace? News on remasters etc? The new Neil Young remasters are exceptional, making all others redundant. Remastered from analogue. After The Goldrush is absolutely stunning.
  3. Have you heard about Red Sky Festival. This family friendly festival has TPau and Dr & the Medics playing.
  4. Hi all, We're putting on a brand new festival this year in the beautiful grounds of Shaken Oak Farm in Oxfordshire. Tickets are only £52 including booking fees, and that gets you 3 nights of camping, 2 days of music across 2 stages and free parking. Be great to see some of you there! We're all long-time festival goers and our aim is to create the kind of event we all love to go to. There's going to be a big emphasis on community, friendliness and fun, and there are some wonderful little nooks and crannies on-site for you to get lost in. Line-up: The Great Malarkey // Eat The Evidence // Lorraine // Prognosis // Vicky O’Neon // Duck // Emily J Electric // Ka Leng // Medicine Man // DJ Ginge // Oh, The Guilt // Parastatic // Limpet Space Race // DJ Epic // Twist Helix // Austel // Jeannie Skelly // Rose Segal // Yvonne McDonnell // Gobstopa // Living Body // Lilly Cohen // Cloud and Owl // Belle Seraphin // Funky Sensation You can find out more information on our website: http://intotheupsidedown.com/ Tickets are pretty limited for this first event so don't leave it too late to buy: http://intotheupsidedown.com/product/upsidedown-festival-ticket/ If anyone's got any questions, please shout!
  5. Hello if you have a moment could you please complete my survey on the influence of festivals on an individuals behaviour / opinions. https://unioflincoln.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0fxUIYQyksp012R
  6. Hi 😊 If you are above the age of 18 and have a moment could you fill out my survey please - it shouldn't take more than a minute or two. Thank you. https://unioflincoln.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b0YKbZcjTDhmu2h
  7. We are planning a tribute music festival to the great 'Woodstock' in Munnar, Kerala, India. Similar to Woodstock, our plan is to conduct a 3 days festival for the music lovers all over the world in the mesmerising hills of Munnar. We expect to meet the expense of our programme through crowdfunding and sponsorships. To conduct a festival as versatile as Woodstock, we need musicians around the globe. If you want to participate, please feel free to contact us. Solo performers, DJs, music bands of all genre are welcome. 23 to 25th December 2019 will be the concerned dates of the festival. We need the support of all the music enthusiasts to make this happen. Regards.. Junkie fish collective Junkiefishmedia@gmail.com +8281777893 https://www.instagram.com/junkiefishcollective
  8. LEARN HOW YOU CAN STAND A CHANCE TO WIN UP TO SGD $25,000! Event: 12th International Choral Festival Orientale Concentus, Singapore 2019 Date: 29 July - 1 August 2019 (4 Days) Location: Singapore Orientale Concentus, conceptualized in 2008 with the purpose of promoting international arts and cultural exchange and youth choral music development, has seen a successful run across Asia. Participants in earlier editions not only hail from host countries, but also from Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Taiwan, South Korea, South Africa and Czech Republic! This will be a unique opportunity for all choirs to step into a holistic and memorable international choral learning journey, all in one place. The upcoming 12th International Choral Festival Orientale Concentus, Singapore 2019 is scheduled to take place once again in Singapore from 29 July - 1 August 2019 (4 Days). Why you should sign up? Grand Prix Prize Money of SGD 10,000 GUARANTEED! Perform in Singapore's World Class Esplanade Concert Hall with superb state-of-the art acoustic features Remarkable opportunity for aspiring choirs to broaden their chorale horizons, network with other talented choirs and build long-lasting international friendships! Learn from our World Renowned Adjudication Panel! Watch our 11th Orientale Concentus' highlight video to have a glimpse of what you can expect participating in OC11 and how we are different from other festivals in the region! Participate NOW to save 15%! Visit www.orientaleconcentus.com or email to event@ace99.com.sg to find out how you can win up to SGD $25,000 and other exciting offers for Orientale Concentus 12. We are really excited with all the programmes that we will provide and we would love to have you join us! P.s. Do remember to follow us on Facebook for more updates!
  9. LEARN HOW YOU CAN STAND A CHANCE TO WIN UP TO SGD $25,000! Date: 29 July - 1 August 2019 (4 Days) Location: Singapore Orientale Concentus, conceptualized in 2008 with the purpose of promoting international arts and cultural exchange and youth choral music development, has seen a successful run across Asia. Participants in earlier editions not only hail from host countries, but also from Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Taiwan, South Korea, South Africa and Czech Republic! This will be a unique opportunity for all choirs to step into a holistic and memorable international choral learning journey, all in one place. The upcoming twelfth edition of the festival is scheduled to take place once again in Singapore from 29 July - 1 August 2019 (4 Days). Why you should sign up? Grand Prix Prize Money of SGD 10,000 GUARANTEED! Perform in Singapore's World Class Esplanade Concert Hall with superb state-of-the art acoustic features Remarkable opportunity for aspiring choirs to broaden their chorale horizons, network with other talented choirs and build long-lasting international friendships! Learn from our World Renowned Adjudication Panel! Watch our 11th Orientale Concentus' highlight video to have a glimpse of what you can expect participating in OC11 and how we are different from other festivals in the region! With Whopping SGD 10,000 Grand Prix Prize money you wouldn't want to miss this choral music extravaganza! Participate NOW to save 15%! Visit www.orientaleconcentus.com or email to event@ace99.com.sg to find out how you can win up to SGD $25,000 and other exciting offers for Orientale Concentus 12. We are really excited with all the programmes that we will provide and we would love to have you join us! P.s. Do remember to follow us on Facebook for more updates!
  10. Hey guys I'm a second year Event Management student, doing a research project on free drug testing at music festivals. Would be great to see your opinions. Please only participate if you're over 18. Any other opinions on the matter welcomed. Cheers https://goo.gl/forms/9iwZVxGeU2oAzPHV2
  11. I grew up in Edinburgh. I was continually told that I should be glad to live in the city that hosts the world's largest art festival. It may well be the world's largest arts festival but it has always been elitist. There was never really anything there for me, especially in music terms. There has been the odd exception. Orbital playing the Ross Bandstand being one. This was when they drowned out the lone bagpiper at the Military Tattoo with Satan. This is the first year that I can remember there being more than one decent act playing at the Festival. St Vincent is one of the headliners this year, Mogwai are playing and Scottish indie legends the Pastels and the Vaselines are doing shows. Ok, considered among a month long festival that has 1000s of acts this does not even constitute a drop in the ocean it is still after all these years a start. As well as the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe we have the smaller but continuing to grow nicely Hidden Doors festival. They have managed to line up Nadine Shah, Dream Wife, Honeyblood, Slyvan Esso and the Young Fathers among others. Edinburgh has a real shortage of music venues, most have been closed down either to become student accommodation or because new build houses complained about the noise. If you buy a house next to a music venue what do you expect? The live music scene is dying up here. It is looking increasingly likely the only time that we will attract decent acts is as part of one of our cities festivals. A sad state of affairs.
  12. The Main Stage Line-Up - Sponsored By The Toll Point Pickup 52, Intrepid Duo Mohawk Radio, Groove Hustlers, The Restless Venture, Stipe: REM Tribute Band, Rock Back the Clock, BARRON, ... Revival, Diamond Days, Gary Quinn Live Lounge Line-Up - Sponsored By Silver Lining Studios Adam Walsh from The Velocets To Kill A Circus Jess Kemp Artist Liam McClair Music Katy Galloway Bones - music Feed The Kid Pickup 52 (2nd Set) The Matchstickmen Mason Thomas
  13. So on the 13th of December 2014 I ventured off to the resort of Les Deux in the French Alps! I'm a final year event management student at Bournemouth University and that means one thing...Dissertation time! instead of following the monotonousness regime of making a questionnaire and asking random people to fill it out, I thought, hey! why not get on a plane and go to a festival that's never happened before on my own! So I did! And what an adventure it was. The cost of the trip kind of swayed me once I had booked it as I had to get a credit card to pay the trip off, although I only decided a month before hand that I actually wanted to go.. Anyway, after a few weeks of preparation, buying ski gear and anxiously awaiting my week a lone in the Alps, the day came! Prior to the trip I had posted on the events Facebook page to see if anyone else was going on their own.. I was in luck! A guy called Nick from California was starting his European tour there and another graduate from Cambridge called Zak whose very into his Trance! We spoke for a few weeks and I met zak at the airport, we flew out together, got to the resort at about 10:30 pm local time, by then a lot of people were in the party mood! However i wanted to sleep, My hotel was wayyyy up a hill, bit of a trek but hey I am in the mountains after all! Anyway, I slept, woke up to go to my first ever snow boarding lesson! which was horrible! horrible horrible horrible. I gave up after the first day. However! Zak, the guy I flew over with introduced me to his room mates who were actually very good at snowboarding and they looked after me all week! More to Follow!
  14. Riba Rocks is a celebration of arts and music in a finca located near the rural village of Riba Roja D’Ebre, Catalunya. Situated by the stunning River Ebro and surrounded by picturesque mountain backdrop, ‘The Valley’ will host its first gathering on September 7th 2013. For more information, tickets and rent-a-tent visit www.riba-rocks.com
  15. The amazing FUSE Festival 2013 takes place in Beacon Park, Lichfield between 12th and 14th July. A weekend of non-stop and free musical entertainment. This fantastic family arts festival is in its 13th year and continues to be a major event in the community calendar. Over the last few years it has attracted up to 20.000 over the weekend to see and take part in a myriad of activities from professional and amateur music performances, arts and crafts, spoken word, comedy and children's activities. This year appearing on stage: the likes of Knoxville Highway, The Valvolines, Peter Parker’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Club, The Offbeat and Fred Zeppelin just to name a few.
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