The Isle Of Wight Festival has begun announcing names for the huge event that takes place 11th-14th June, and the lineup runs the gamut across all genres — The Black Keys (who have recently cancelled many of their own UK and European dates), Jess Glynne, Fleetwood Mac, Jessie Ware, The Prodigy, Pharrell Williams, Groove Armada, Paul Oakenfold, Paolo Nutini and loads more.
Check out the current lineup below and get your tickets here.
Over 40 acts have been announced for this year’s Camden Rocks, which takes place 30th May; the event — which takes place in a multitude of venues, including Electric Ballroom, Barfly and The Black Heart — boasts the likes of Funeral For a Friend, …And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead and Heavens Basement as headliners.
Tickets are £30 and can be found here; the full lineup (as it is so far) can be found below.
Funeral For A Friend
…And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead
Dinosaur Pile Up
Feed The Rhino
Freeze The Atlantic
The One Hundred
The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing
Lucie Barat & The Au Revoirs
The St Pierre Snake Invasion
Hunter & The Bear
The Scaramanga Six
The Wild Lies
Buck & Evans
State of Play
This year’s Longitude Festival looks to be one of the better events to look forward to this Summer — taking place 17th-19th July at Ireland’s Marlay Park, its lineup boasts Hozier, Alt-J and The Chemical Brothers as the daily headliners, supported by SBTRKT, Kaytranada, Hudson Mohawke, Wolf Alice, Slaves, Little Dragon and more.
Tickets for the festival go on sale from next Friday (30th January) at 9AM; more information can be found at the official website.
Bestival creator Rob Da Bank has expanded his grip on the UK festival scene by launching another, Common People, which will go down in Southampton 23-24 May. The lineup is certainly impressive: acts include Fatboy Slim, De La Soul, George The Poet, Clean Bandit, Tomboy & Robin and more.
Below, Rob Da Bank speaks on Common People:
As with everything we do at Bestival HQ, we have really put our heart and soul into this show, from big headliners to very hot new talent and old faves, the music is so important, but equally the food, the cocktails, the layout of the show, the kids area, the sound and lights and the decor will be second to none. Thanks a mill to the council and good people of Southampton and the south coast for welcoming us over to the mainland! Viva Common People.
Check out the full lineup and additional information (margarita lounge!) below; tickets can be purchased at the official website.
Radio 1 invited Sound of 2015 honoree Stormzy to perform at this year’s Future Festival…above, he blesses the viewers an altered version of his hit single ‘Not That Deep’, giving it an old-school Grime feel. We love it.
For the hell of it, we’ve also added key performances from fellow Sound of 2015 artists Years & Years and James Bay below. You can check out more footage from the event here.
Looks like Drake has a busy touring year ahead of him….in addition to headlining this year’s Coachella, he was also be doing the same for the forthcoming Governors Ball, a festival that takes place on Randall’s Island Park in NYC 5th to 7th June.
Check out the lineup above (as well as the official announcement vid below) — which will also feature Charli XCX, SBTRKT (who will also be at Coachella), Labrinth, A-Trak, Florence & The Machine and many more. You can get yours tickets here.
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Feast your eyes, folks: regardless of what genre you’re into, this year’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival has you covered (as it does every year). The massive event will take place for three days, twice: 10-12 April and 17-19 April….you can also get your tickets to the festival now.
Shout out to the UK acts that scored a spot on the lineup (FKA Twigs, Skream, Jamie xx, Duke Dumont, SBTRKT and more)!