Needless to say, Parklife is where it's at. For the 10th year in a row, the Manchester festival will celebrate its 10th year anniversary in 2020. You can get early bird tickets tomorrow at 9am here. Here's what went down, enjoy our gallery: Let's now see what the Internet says about this year's Parklife: The throwback https://twitter.com/ctphonehomee/status/1141036371563417601 Let's deal with post-Parklife https://twitter.com/HannahRoberts/status/1140971260542955520 What happened? Ops. https://twitter.com/kalibauk/status/1140952021480161280 Somebody had fun! https://twitter.com/ollypop0612/status/1140933899457110017 See you next year, Parklife!
On Thursday the 17th, and Friday the 18th of October, the Ziggo Dome will be completely taken over by the show: OUR STORY – 15 Years Tomorrowland. Travelling to Amsterdam is a part of all the special festivities that are being held this year to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Tomorrowland, the annual festival held in the Belgian town of Boom. The first edition of Tomorrowland took place in 2005 and in the meantime, the festival has grown into the most popular and spectacular music festival in the world. This year, the 15th anniversary will be celebrated in all kinds of ways, such as the recent launch of Tomorrowland One World Radio. Also, this coming weekend, the very first winter edition of Tomorrowland will be held in the French Alps. And then, of course, there are also the two magi
Slam Dunk Festival, the unmissable pop-punk party of the summer, is delighted to reveal the final mind-blowing names for 2019’s instalment. Pop punks Neck Deep, As It Is, Boston Manor, A Loss For Words, Grandson, Press to Meco, A Story Untold, Between You & Me, SHVPES, Kublai Khan, Cruel Hand. As well as these exciting new additions, Slam Dunk Festival have also announced the programming of the legendaryAcoustic Stage for the May Bank Holiday. Fresh from storming across the UK’s monumental arenas with Don Broco, Neck Deepstand as one of the biggest British pop-punk bands of the 21st century. Their unapologetic twist on such a celebrated and classic sound has cemented their place as prominent movers and shakers of the scene. The Hopeless Records’ act kicked off their global tour
Fans of the alternative just got 10 new reasons to get excited about Slam Dunk Festival! Building on the blistering line-up, the UK’s favourite alternative all-dayer is thrilled to unveil even more names to the almighty May Bank Holiday weekend bill. The Impericon stage at Slam Dunk has become a festival institution and 2019 is set to continue it’s legacy. American powerhouses The Bronx, visceral outfit Cancer Bats and hardcore supergroup Angel Du$t have been announced to join Glassjaw, Gallows, Turnstile and Knocked Loose, completing the first of two heavy stages set to feature at this year’s festival. Cancer Bats say; “LET ME TELL YOU THIS PLANET EARTH!!! I’M NOT GONNA EVEN PRETEND TO HIDE HOW FREAKIN PUMPED WE ARE TO BE PLAYING A STAGE PACKED WITH ALL OF OUR BEST HOMIES ALLLLLL