Category: Festival News

Review: Wilkestock Festival 2019

Wilkestock Festival took place in the picturesque countryside of Stevenage, just 20 minutes from London, a small and beautiful charity festival that was like being taken into another world, and provided an experience like no other festival could. The main…

Reviewed: Reading Festival Highlights 2019

Reading Festival 2019 featured a widespread and extensive lineup, catering to the musical tastes of pretty much everyone that attended the weekend. In the blazing sun, music lovers got together to end the festival season on a high, and here…

Blackwaters Interviewed at Reading Festival

It was the first day of Reading Festival 2019 and I don’t think anyone was prepared for how it was going to be, so with that in mind, Blackwaters and sat down outside the press tent to chat, whilst hoping…

FESTIVAL GUIDE: Bingley Weekender 2019

Name: Bingley Weekender Where: Bradford and Bingley Sports Club, Wagon Lane, Bingley, West Yorkshire When: 30th August – 1st September Headliners: Ocean Colour Scene, Doves, James Also Featuring: IDLES, Tom Grennan, Echo and The Bunnymen, Billy Bragg, Miles Kane A…

Review: Citadel 2019

Citadel Festival took place in Gunnersbury Park, only a short walk from Acton Town station. Music lovers poured into the site, ready for the family-friendly festival that included a kid’s area, yoga, a live stream of the cricket world cup…

Community Festival 2019

Taking place in North London’s Finsbury Park, Community festival 2019 was taking place for the third time since it’s start in 2017. This year boasted an incredible line up of headliners The Kooks, along with The Amazons, Kate Nash, Don…

Interview: Dinosaur Pile-Up at Download

Having released their fourth studio album just weeks before, Dinosaur Pile-Up injected vigorous energy into a sleepy Sunday morning at Download festival, turning hung over festivalgoers into moshers.   You were one of the first bands to play today, did…

The Night Café Community Festival Playlist

Ahead of playing Community Festival this Sunday 30th June, Liverpool based band The Night Café have put together a playlist of bands they recommend you go check out on the day, including The Kooks, Kate Nash, Gerry Cinnamon and funnily…