Music festivals

A Third Of Millennials Refuse To 'Slum It' At Music Festivals This Summer

A Third Of Millennials Refuse To 'Slum It' At Music Festivals This Summer

New research reveals that Millennials are reluctant to ‘slum it’ at festivals and are being put off by a lack of everyday essentials such as warm showers, clean toilets and a comfortable bed.

A poll of festival-goers aged 18 to 35 by ibis hotels found that over a third (38%) of Generation Y have avoided going to a festival because they’d miss their home comforts. More than half (59%) admitted to being less tolerant of festival conditions as they get older.

 Music by the Sea summer festival Aldeburgh Saturday 30th June

Music by the Sea

Enjoy some great music and get your feet tapping at the free Music by the Sea open air charity concert, which returns to Aldeburgh on Saturday, 30th June. With a fantastic line-up of local and national artists performing live in the King’s Field from 4pm until dark, children’s entertainment, a food market and bars there’s something for everyone.

‘Queen’ set to rock Darlington

THIS May will see some of the greatest acts of all time grace Darlington’s Market Square for a night of music, dancing and fun with The Summer Sound Tribute Music Festival.

The Summer Sound Tribute Music Festival will see the biggest and best artists of our generation impersonated by international professionals coming together to play their artist’s all-time classics

Festival goers will get the chance to see performances from ‘Ed Sheeran’, ‘The Beatles’, ‘Queen’, ‘Pink’, ‘Oasis’ and many more.

The party starts on Saturday 5th May from 3pm-10:30pm and will be part of the May Bank Holiday fun at Darlington’s All Square Festival.

Bristol and the South West 2018 Festivals

Bristol Festivals

Below is the list of Bristol Festivals in Bristol and the South West for throughout this year.

Bristol New Musi, 20th - April 22nd

Various venues across Bristol

The third instalment of Bristol New Music, featuring its boldest programme to date, will bring some of the world’s most innovative musical pioneers to the city in April, playing at the Colston Hall, Arnolfini, St George’s Bristol, Spike Island and the University of Bristol. Audiences will get the chance to walk among a live orchestra during a performance, hear synthesised sound pioneer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith perform in the former Bristol IMAX Cinema and plenty more one-off events.