Green Man Festival offers an eco-friendly community, a picturesque escape from the rat race and a stellar line-up. Ross Jones previews.
Located so close to Bristol you have no excuse not to attend
The self-styled 'house party in a field' of Leopallooza returns for another weekend of fine musical shenanigans from 27th to 29th July. Jon Kean previews.
If you want a festival to feel like someone's party, rather than an 'event', Leopallooza is the festival for you. 2018 was an IDLES party. Jon Kean reviews.
The Downs Festival returns to Clifton on 2nd September with Elbow topping this year's bill.
Triptych was a first-class Gravy Train one-dayer across two venues and three stages at The Exchange and The Stag and Hounds. Ross Jones reviews.
Very much part of our staple musical diet now, this year’s roster at Dot To Dot Festival is full of fresh music you won’t want to miss. Catrin Bishop previews.
You don’t get this kind of fun in Colston Hall for £40 a pop do you?
With its reputation as an inclusive, friendly free-for-all, 100 bands and 5000 people flocked to Upcote Farm in the Cotswolds, all in the name 2000trees Festival.
Eastville Park staged another Love Saves The Day, its much loved love-in, welcoming its best-ever line-up. Gabriel Palmer reviews. Photos by Paul Lippiatt.