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No Mud At Glastonbury As Festivalgoers Arrive

The sky is grey over Glastonbury, but it is smoke rather than cloud which is blighting festivalgoers' view of the sun.A blaze at a nearby scrapyard has sent a large plume of smoke into the...

By on 26 June 2008

Festivalgoers Urged To Go Green This Summer

Music fans attending this summer's festivals have been reminded to keep climate change in mind as they enjoy their favourite bands.While watching the likes of Jay-Z and Kings of Leon on the main stage could...

By on 20 June 2008

Glastonbury Festival Heading For Sell Out

With the sun shining and the prospect of good weather ahead peoples attentions are turning towards what is probably the most talked about music festival in the world, GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL. When asked by Contactmusic.com in...

Full Glastonbury Festival Lineup Revealed

The full lineup for this year's Glastonbury Festival was 'leaked by printers' a day before the official announcement was expected.The roster for the Somerset festival, which takes place at Worthy Farm in Pilton, was due...

By on 29 April 2008

Full Glastonbury Festival Lineup 'Revealed' Early

The full lineup for this year's Glastonbury Festival was leaked a day before the official announcement was expected.The roster for the Somerset festival, which takes place at Worthy Farm in Pilton, was due to be...

By on 29 April 2008

Full Glastonbury Lineup 'Revealed' One Day Early

The full lineup for this year's Glastonbury Festival has been leaked a day before the official announcement was expected.The roster for the Somerset festival, which takes place at Worthy Farm in Pilton, was due to...

By on 28 April 2008

Foo Fighters Claim Best Album At Nme Awards USA

The Foo Fighters have won the inaugural album of the year gong at the NME awards USA.Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace beat off stiff competition from Because of the Times by Kings of Leon, the...

By on 24 April 2008

Cribs, Jamie T And Biffy Clyro Added To Glastonbury Bill

The Cribs and Biffy Clyro are among a number of bands confirmed as new additions to the bill for this year's Glastonbury Festival.Wakefield trio the Cribs, comprised of twins Gary and Ryan Jarman and their...

By on 18 April 2008

T In The Park Signs Promotion Deal With Live Nation

The T in the Park festival has followed in the footsteps of Madonna and U2 by signing a deal with concert promoter Live Nation.The Material Girl agreed a groundbreaking contract with Live Nation in October...

By on 10 April 2008

Glasto Ticket Registration Reopened After Tickets Remain

The registration deadline to buy tickets for this year's Glastonbury festival is to be reopened after the event failed to sell out in the first two days of sales. Thousands of fans flooded phone lines...

By on 08 April 2008

Jay-z To Pull Out Of Glastonbury?

Rapper JAY-Z is reportedly thinking of pulling out of his headline slot at this year's Glastonbury festival, due to the disappointing reaction to news of his appearance.A source told the Sun that the rapper, who...

By on 07 April 2008

Glastonbury Tickets Still On Sale As 100,000 Go On Day One

Tickets for this year's Glastonbury Festival are still available after the event failed to sell out on the first day of sales.Thousands of fans flooded phone lines and a ticketing website at 09:00 BST on...

By on 07 April 2008

Thousands Scramble For Glastonbury Tickets On Sale Today

Tickets for Glastonbury have gone on sale today with thousands of fans jamming phone lines in the rush.This year's festival, which takes place over 27-29 June, will be headlined by US rapper Jay-Z.Organiser Michael Eavis...

By on 06 April 2008

Emily Eavis: Weather Not Jay-z To Blame For Fall In Glastonbury Registrations

Glastonbury Festival organiser EMILY EAVIS has attributed the declining number of people registering for tickets to the bad weather – rather than the announcement that JAY-Z will have a headlining slot.Eavis told NME magazine that...

By on 26 March 2008

Goldfrapp, Editors And The Enemy 'Confirmed' For Glastonbury

Goldfrapp, the Editors and the Enemy have signed up to play this year's Glastonbury festival, reports claim.The Guardian has claimed that Scottish band the Fratellis and veteran singer Jimmy Cliff have also been confirmed for...

By on 13 March 2008

V Festival Tickets All Snapped Up Within 90 Minutes

Tickets for this summer's V Festival have sold out – just 90 minutes after being made available for sale.Festival organisers said all 80,000 tickets for the August event had been snapped up within an hour...

By on 07 March 2008

Winehouse To Play At V Festival

AMY WINEHOUSE is set to be one of the major acts performing at this year's V Festival.Last night organisers announced that the BACK TO BLACK songstress will play at the August event following successful performances...

By on 04 March 2008

Glastonbury 'Not Green Enough' For Radiohead's Thom Yorke

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has ruled his band out of this year's Glastonbury festival because of concerns over the event's carbon footprint. Yorke, who fronts Friends of the Earth's Big Ask climate change campaign, said...

By on 28 February 2008

Glastonbury Organisers Deny 2008 Festival Will Be The Last

The founder of the Glastonbury festival has denied rumours that this year's event could be the last.Michael Eavis, the Somerset farmer who started the legendary festival in 1970, has moved to deny speculation about its...

By on 15 February 2008

Glasto Headliners Confirmed

The headline acts for this year's Glastonbury festival have been confirmed.Rap star Jay-Z was announced as one of the headliners earlier this week and now the two acts to join him in topping the bill...

By on 08 February 2008

Arcade Fire And Lcd Soundsystem Named In Shortlist Ten

Arcade Fire, Feist and LCD Soundsystem have been named among the final ten acts for this year's Shortlist Prize.The award, thought of as a US equivalent to the Mercury Music Prize, has previously been given...

By on 29 January 2008

Long List Of Stars Nominated For Shortlist Music Prize

Albums by rockers KINGS OF LEON, ARCADE FIRE and SERJ TANKIAN have all been nominated for the 2007 Shortlist Music Prize. Kings of Leon's Because of the Times, Arcade Fire's Neon Bible and Tankian's Elect...

Shortlist Nominees Announced

Klaxons, Kings of Leon and Feist have been named among the nominees for the 2007 Shortlist Prize.The award, thought of as a US equivalent to the Mercury Music Prize, has previously been given to Damien...

By on 03 January 2008

Kings Of Leon Bring The Ceiling Crashing Down

Tennessee rockers KINGS OF LEON were forced to cut short a gig this week (begs26Nov07) - after a ceiling caved in on them. The band narrowly escaped serious injury during a hazardous concert in Dublin,...

In Rainbows Secrets Revealed

Radiohead's Thom Yorke has revealed that like thousands of fans, he paid nothing for the band's download-only seventh album.In Rainbows was released as a download on October 10th, with fans able to name their own...

By on 20 November 2007

Kings Of Leon Drop Hypnotism Plans

Tennessee rockers KINGS OF LEON refused to be hypnotised in the video for their upcoming single CHARMER. British director Robert Hales, who created the promo for Gnarls Barkley's mega-hit Crazy, suggested the four-piece undergo hypnotism...

Followill Hooks Up With Monkey's Ex

KINGS OF LEON guitarist MATTHEW FOLLOWILL has found love - with the ex girlfriend of ARCTIC MONKEYS frontman ALEX TURNER. Just six months after splitting from the British rocker, Johanna Bennett - the frontwoman of...

Razorlight Conclude Day One Of Reading

Razorlight have concluded the first day of action at this year's Reading festival, with sunny weather this weekend offering a reprieve from the mud.At the festival's sister site in Leeds, Smashing Pumpkins headlined the main...

By on 25 August 2007

Carling Weekend Gets Underway

The Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds festivals is now underway with weather forecasts predicting a warm and sunny weekend.Bands performing at the Reading site today include Razorlight, Kings of Leon, Interpol, Maximo Park and Albert...

By on 24 August 2007

Reading Festival Overcomes Weather

Some camping areas at this year's Reading festival have been closed after the event organisers described the land as "unusable".However, extra camping in the car park areas has been made available to compensate for sites...

By on 21 August 2007

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