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Cleaning up their act? How music festivals are becoming sustainable

According to a study conducted by the University of Brighton, festivals are predominantly attended by environmentally-conscious 18-24 year olds. Of the interviewed group, 72.9% believed they were already “doing their…

Musings from quarantine: the best concerts I’ve ever seen and why live music is so special to me

There are a lot of places I miss going to right now. Clubs, bars, restaurants, cities, friends’ homes, the world outside my room in suburban New Jersey, etc. But while…

Festival Review: Terminal V offers something for everyone in a day full of great electronic

The latest rendition of Nightvision’s Terminal V festival should be remembered as one of the most enjoyable yet. An audience of 13,000 ravers came down upon the Royal Highland Centre…

10 student-friendly Fringe vacancies that are open now

Working at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival is a brilliant opportunity for students to make money and experience the world’s largest arts festival. Getting a job at the festival can often…

PRS Foundation’s Keychange initiative offers a solution to gender disparity in festival line-ups

Back in January, Lily Allen spoke out on Twitter in response to Wireless Festival’s first announcement of acts for its July event: “The struggle is real.” She wasn’t referring to…