See some of Britain's best and brightest new talent before they go onto the bigger stages
Spokesperson for singer says she was never approached and her London shows were conceived for 'a very specific type of venue'
Maybe it's about time festivals are about the headline acts
Serge Pizzorno recently claimed album is about 'saving guitar music from the abyss'
Mumford & Sons will curate their own lineup as part of their Gentlemen of the Road takeover
2016 broke many things – predictions, records, hearts – and will be a tough act to follow, but expect more of the same in 2017, says Coco Khan
Who says festivals are just for summer?
All three headline acts were announced at once
The bill was jam-packed with an eclectic cross-section of rising and established talent including Kelis, Suede, The Hot 8 Brass Band and Miguel Mantovani
We’re in the thick of summer 2016 and the biggest music festivals are heading toward a town near you. As music fans strap their camel backs, pepper spray and camping gear to face scores of inclement weather and drunk folks, they'll have the unique opportunity to experience some of the best damn entertainment in the world. From Glasto to Bonnaroo to EDC — we caught up with music fans and asked them about the strangest things they’ve been through over the years.
Lefty, boho windbags like him will spend an entire lifetime exalting the glorious, faultless working classes – in song, in prose, in mid-interview rhetoric. This continues until the very second they’re actually faced with them
Citadel returned to London’s Victoria Park for a second year - and we hope for a third
Resolutely cheerful festival-goers stomp through the churned up ground and head to the nearest beer stall
The festival was suspended on Saturday amid fears of further storms
Open air music events are seen as particularly hard to secure
It becomes a matter of letting yourself get swept up in the crowds