Richard Ainslie takes a satirical view on festival survival essentials.
At 10:00pm on Sunday evening, the final night of Manchester’s Parklife festival, the enormous mass of people gathered outside the main stage was getting fidgety. Frank Ocean had been due on stage at 9:30, and I’d been waiting at the barrier with Matt for three hours to ensure a good spot for the show. All […]
Last year saw the massively popular arts festival Afropunk move from its regular hosts of Paris, New York and Atlanta to London, bringing a wave of culture to the UK in its two-day extravaganza. Now, the festival is steaming ahead towards ‘round two’ in London on the 22nd-23rd July, bringing a whole host of some of […]
James Beeson, Editor, gives his run down of the five acts that impressed him at this year’s Glastonbury Festival 1) The Libertines – Friday 26th June, 8:20pm, The Pyramid Stage With Dave Grohl deciding to take a tumble in Gothenburg, Florence and the Machine were given their chance to shine on the biggest stage of […]