Tag Archives: Festival

Festival Preview: Live at Leeds

Ben Standring/ March 29, 2019

Despite February providing a short, sharp dose of summer bliss in bizarre fashion earlier this year, we are finally reaching the time in the year in which days are getting longer, temperatures are increasing and the delights of festival season are drawing ever closer. Leading the way on the Saturday of May Day Bank Holiday weekend is ‘Live at Leeds’,

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Beat The Streets 2019

Abby Clarke/ January 29, 2019

Beat the Streets is a fantastic one-day music festival spread out around some of Nottingham’s historic music venues, with great acts on the line up and extra bits and pieces going on throughout the day all to help raise money to fight homelessness. This year was set to be another fun-filled day with some talented musicians playing from one in

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Snowbombing announces first acts for 2017

The Mic/ October 6, 2016

SNOWBOMBING ANNOUNCES FIRST ACTS FOR 2017 CHASE AND STATUS, ELROW, MK, GORGON CITY, HOT SINCE 82, EATS EVERYTHING, DUSKY & MORE JOIN THE BILL FOR THE WORLD’S NO. 1 FESTIVAL ON SNOW Snowbombing unveils the first wave acts set to perform at Snowbombing 2017! The world’s greatest live acts and DJs, including Chase and Status, MK, Gorgon City, Hot Since 82, Eats Everything and Dusky are set

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Splendour 2016 Review

Claire Chambers/ July 25, 2016

Splendour 2016 returned to the grounds of Wollaton Park on the 23rd July for the eighth year running, promising a great line-up. The festival was a sell- out with 23,000 spectators turning out for the self- billed family festival. There was glorious weather with not a drop of rain and many festival goers arrived anticipating an excellent day ahead. As

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Dot to Dot!

The Mic/ June 10, 2016

The annual Dot to Dot festival was a fantastic day giving the opportunity to explore a plethora of quirky venues in Nottingham which were showcasing a wealth of talent. Walking around the town centre on the bank holiday you could feel a buzz in the air, and with the European Archery championships staged in the old town square as well,

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Dot to Dot Preview

Katie Clubb/ May 20, 2016

Its less than a week  until Dot to Dot returns to Nottingham to  kick off the festival season! Held across almost 60  venues in Nottingham, Bristol and Manchester, the one-day-event showcases a varied line up of established and up-and-coming artists. A joy of D2D is its promotion of local artists by having headliners play all 3 cities while local bands

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All you need to know about Dot To Dot Festival

The Mic/ March 4, 2016

FIRST WAVE OF ARTISTS ANNOUNCED FOR DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL 2016 MYSTERY JETS PLUS VERY SPECIAL CO-HEADLINERS TO BE ANNOUNCED THE TEMPER TRAP RAT BOY | LAUREN AQUILINA | SUNDARA KARMA THE JAPANESE HOUSE | THE SHERLOCKS | LITTLE GREEN CARS ARDYN | BARNS COURTNEY | BLEEDING HEART PIGEONS | CHAPPO | CIGARETTES AFTER SEX CROSA ROSA | DANCING YEARS

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Tickets for Annie Mac’s Lost & Found Festival in Malta are now on sale

The Mic/ October 17, 2015

Annie Mac presents: Lost & Found Festival 31st March – 3rd April 2016 Malta Following the success of its debut edition, which saw tickets sell-out in a matter of days, Annie Mac Presents Lost & Found Festival returns to the Mediterranean island of Malta on Thursday 31st March to Sunday 3rd April 2016. Curated by the UK’s most influential tastemaker, BBC Radio 1 DJ and broadcaster Annie Mac,

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2015: The Year of Notts Festivals

Luke Matthews/ April 5, 2015

Everywhere Festival When? 3rd May Where? Various Venues, Nottingham Who to look out for? Hannah Wants, Route 94, Cyril Hahn, Redlight For fans of? Dollop, 51°27′, Yeah Yeah & What, Detonate As if Stealth and Dollop hadn’t already cemented their places into music history, Everywhere returns for its third instalment after two phenomenal years, priding itself as the Mecca for the ever-widening

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Interview with The Qemists’ Liam & Olly ahead of new album Warrior Sound

Luke Matthews/ March 7, 2015

Welcome to Nottingham! I’m Luke from The Mic magazine.  How are you both? Liam: Yeah, we’re good, we’re happy, it’s nice to be here actually, I’ve just gone for a quick wander round Nottingham and it’s a lovely town! So I understand some of you were originally in a rock band, what made you decide to pursue the Drum &

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