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Where
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28 January

The team behind Love Saves The Day have announced the full line-up for this year’s edition, headlined by Fatboy Slim and Years & Years. The two-day festival will return to Bristol this May, taking over the Ashton Court estate on Saturday May 27 and Sunday 28. Fatboy Slim will headline the former date, topping a […]

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26 January

The team behind Creamfields have announced the second round of artists for this year’s Creamfields South festival, with new additions including Annie Mac, Eric Prydz and Joel Corry. The first wave of performers had been drip-fed from last November, when it was announced that Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto will headline the three-day […]

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26 January

Brian May has doubled down on the reason why Queen “could never” play Glastonbury. The guitarist previously ruled out playing Worthy Farm after clashing with Michael Eavis over the badger cull. The Glastonbury founder previously called May a “danger to farming” and criticised the guitarist’s opposition to the controversial cull, arguing that the process aims to fight […]

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26 January

Glastonbury has announced details of its Emerging Talent Competition for 2023, with slots at the festival up for grabs. The annual contest offers rising acts the chance to win a slot on one of the festival’s main stages, as well as a £5,000 Talent Development prize from the PRS Foundation. 2022 saw Lewis McLaughlin win […]

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25 January

Germany’s twin festivals Rock am Ring and Rock im Park have removed Pantera from this year’s bill following a backlash over the band’s booking. The US heavy metal group, who reunited last year, were due to appear at the simultaneously held rock festivals, scheduled for 2-4 June in Nürburgring and Nuremberg, respectively. However, a statement […]

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25 January

FEST Team founder and CEO Stefan Elenkov has spoken to IQ about how the company came out of the pandemic stronger than ever and why artists should include Bulgaria in their touring plans. Founded in 2012, the Sofia-based full-service promoter organises festivals such as Hills of Rock, ARTE Feastival and SPICE Music Festival, and has worked with […]

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25 January

Italy’s Radar Concerti has planned a new two-day summer festival, headlined by British rock band IDLES. The 7,000-capacity Fake Fest will take place at Beky Bay Beach in Rimini, a city on the Adriatic coast in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. A total of 10 acts – nine of which are yet to be announced – will […]

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25 January

Flow Festival has announced a second wave of acts for 2023 including Blur and Wizkid. READ MORE: Flow Festival: Finnish party pairs huge names with even bigger planet-saving initiatives  The event is due to take place in Helsinki, Finland between August 11 and August 13. Organisers confirmed last month that acts including FKA Twigs, Caroline Polachek, […]

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24 January

Nigerian superstar Wizkid is set to play a headline show at London’s Tottenham Hotspur stadium (cap. 62,850) this summer. The Grammy Award-winning artist will play the one-off gig on 29 July in support of his fifth studio album ‘More Love, Less Ego’. The concert marks Wizkid’s return to London after his historic three-date sold-out run […]

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24 January

Wide Awake has announced more acts for its 2023 festival – see the line-up below. The event, which won the Best Small Festival award at the BandLab NME Awards 2022, will return to Brockwell Park in south London on Saturday, May 27. Tickets are available now here. It was confirmed last November that Caroline Polachek will […]

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