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Where
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23 September

After years of pandemic-enforced postponements, Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival finally made its long-promised Los Angeles debut. Last weekend (September 16 – 19), the Spanish-founded festival welcomed huge acts, including Nine Inch Nails, Fontaines D.C., Arctic Monkeys, Lorde, Clairo and more, across three formidable stages set beneath LA’s downtown skyline. Photographer Kevin Condon was on hand […]

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23 September

Glastonbury Festival has announced details of when tickets for the 2023 edition will go on sale – find out all you need to know below. The world famous festival returned this summer for the first time in three years after its 2020 and 2021 editions were cancelled due to the COVID pandemic. Glastonbury will return […]

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22 September

Downtown Las Vegas may be the less-polished sibling to the glitz and glamour of The Strip only a few kilometres away, but for one weekend a year, it transforms into a fabulous festival playground. The annual Downtown Las Vegas transformation takes over 18 city blocks, turning them into a music, art, culinary, and even comedy […]

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20 September

Life Is Beautiful music festival made its way back to downtown Las Vegas this past weekend (September 16 – 19), and when it came to upholding the glitz and glamour of Sin City acts like Gorillaz, Arctic Monkeys, Lorde, and Sylvan Esso, it didn’t disappoint. NME‘s photographer Jenn Five was on hand to capture all […]

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20 September

World Cup 2022 host Qatar has hired Glastonbury Festival‘s fire-breathing Arcadia spider for celebrations during the football tournament this autumn. Live music performances including DJ sets will run in situ with the spider, which has become a firm fixture for electronic music at Glastonbury over the last decade. According to the Daily Mail, organisers of […]

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19 September

IQ will not be publishing news today as a mark of respect to Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her funeral. The UK’s longest-serving monarch passed away on 8 September aged 96 at the royal residence in Balmoral, Scotland, following a 70-year reign, with the throne immediately passing to her eldest son, King Charles […]

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16 September

Fyre Festival founder and convicted fraudster Billy McFarland is planning a comeback following his release from prison. The 30-year-old received a six-year jail term in 2018 and a US$26 million fine for his role in the notorious festival, pleading guilty to defrauding investors and running a fraudulent ticketing scam. Fans paid between $1,500 and $50,000 […]

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16 September

A fire broke out on stage during Panic! At The Disco’s concert in Minnesota, US, on Wednesday night (15 September). Footage shot by fans and posted on social media showed a blaze in the corner of the stage at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center while the band were performing. It appears a member of the […]

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16 September

Roskilde Festival has announced a revamp of its booking team and an increased focus on volunteering in the wake of its recent 50th anniversary edition. Anders Wahrén, who has been a booker of Denmark’s biggest festival since 2003 and programme director since 2014, will retain overall responsibility for music, art and activism, but will no […]

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16 September

Billy McFarland – a controversial entrepreneur best known as the man behind the infamous Fyre Festival disaster – has opened up about his plans to pay off $26million (£22.7million) in restitution owed to those he defrauded. McFarland was profiled by The New York Times this week, having completed his stint on house arrest earlier this […]

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