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Review: PennFest Friday

The first day of the seventh PennFest set the weekend up to be a great one, despite the unwelcome downpour. Noasis kicked off proceedings on the main stage and whilst there wasn’t much of crowd at that point of the day, those few who witnessed their set enjoyed belting along to “Rock n Roll Star” …Read More


PennFest Preview

PennFest returns for its seventh year and appears ready to rock our socks off with a diverse line-up offering something for everyone. Primal Scream are set to headline Friday night on the main stage, and appear to have shaken their setlist up since the release of their album ‘Chaosmosis’ last year, promising some fan favourites …Read More


ValeFest 2017 Review

ValeFest 2017’s record number of performers entertained several thousand punters on Saturday in what will have been a hugely satisfying day for the student organisers. The festival boasted five venues: the main stage, second stage, dance tent, acoustic tent and arts tents, as well as multiple food, merchandise and charity stalls, and over the course …Read More


ValeFest: The One’s To Watch Out For

ValeFest finally arrive’s on the Vale tomorrow, and with over 40 artists across 6 stages there’s plenty of talent to sample. Here are 6 of my favourite’s that shouldn’t be missed on Saturday. Sam Jackson & the Struggles Local hero Sam Jackson leads this folk-rock group with strong vocals and plenty of charisma (and a great …Read More


The ValeFest Build Up: Acoustic Stage Preview

The Build Up to ValeFest 2017 is covered here at Burn FM Music as we bring you day by day previews of each stage throughout the week leading up to ValeFest 2017 on Saturday 3rd June. Here we preview the acts performing on the Acoustic Stage this year:   Philippa:Zawe Kicking off this years acoustic …Read More


Slam Dunk Preview

Slam Dunk have announced the final line up poster with all the stage splits for this year’s festival and here is the low down on each of the headliners for all the 8 stages. Enter Shikari are tearing up the main Jägermeister stage, in celebrating their debut album ‘Take To The Skies’ turning ten years …Read More


Jagerhaus Returns To Bestival 2016

Jagerhaus, hosted by Jagermeister events have already stopped off at Kendall Calling, Beat-Herder, Field Day and Boomtown amongst others this summer, uncovering top new bands and DJs and they’ll be making their final stop at Bestival. With a venue like no other, fitting perfectly into the futuristic theme of this year’s festival and no doubt …Read More


Bestival Announces Even More Music

With Reading and Leeds having taken place last weekend we’re edging ever closer to one of the biggest and final festivals of the summer. This year’s theme at Bestival is ‘the future’, with futuristic vibes and organisers focused on promoting the best upcoming bands, essentially the music of the future. Having already unveiled The Cure, Major …Read More


The Best of The ‘Future’ Set To Take Bestival By Storm

One of the best bits of every festival season is finding new music. Whether its a new, upcoming band, or an established solo artist you haven’t yet discovered, there is always something exciting to stumble across. Luckily enough Bestival organisers have gone ahead an announced a stage dedicated to all the best rising acts, The …Read More


Bestival Announces Sunday Night Headliners

Following a similar format to that of Reading and Leeds, the Isle of Wight based festival will see joint headliners take to the main stage for the festival’s final night. Festival organiser Rob Da Bank has unveiled that Wiz Khalifa and Sean Paul have been booked as the final headliners of the event-taking place from September …Read More