Lily Melrose - UK Style and Fashion Blog. Festival time is almost upon us and I'm already getting in the mood for my favourite season of them all.
I love the feeling of standing in a field with a bunch of mates, feeling liberated and listening to awesome music. I’ve been going to music festivals since I was 14, I have countless stories to share about festivals. Wander With Wolves. Keeping EDM Festivals Fresh in 2015: A Chat with the Top Curators. Welcome to Festival Outlook, a supplemental column that provides more in-depth analysis for the rumors found on Consequence of Sound’s Festival Outlook.
In this installment, CoS staffer Derek Staples enlists the support of talent buyers, artist coordinators, marketing managers, and curators from several of the nation’s top electronic-minded festivals to discuss keeping lineups fresh when EDM is blowing up across festivals worldwide. Go figure: an infographic guide to UK music festivals. Ever wondered how much loo roll gets used across a whole festival weekend?
How many speakers there are blasting out on a main stage? Or how much it would cost to get a taxi home from Glastonbury? We’ve crunched the numbers on dozens of this year’s UK music festivals and dug up the most interesting facts and figures from across the festival calendar. Read on for the vital statistics on burgers, sheep and Lionel Richie’s massive head. Sign in. Smaller vs Bigger Music Festivals - Professional Fans. It’s not a secret that music festivals have become the “it” thing of the past few years.
And while major production companies like Goldenvoice and Another Planet Entertainment have created regional dominating festivals like Outsidelands and Coachella, smaller companies have been successfully trying their hands at curating their own festivals for a more boutique fan base. To name a few, there is the upcoming Treasure Island Festival, the collaboration between Noise Pop and Another Planet Entertainment has been successfully taking over the island since 2007.
How to Make Music Festivals More Fun. Key Drivers. Research. Historical Content. AIF Six Year Report 2014. The 26 Types Of People You See At Music Festivals. The 50 best music festivals in the world. 50.
The Great Escape Brighton, UK May 14-16 2015 Festival heaven for: Know-it-all music journalists, A&R people (if there are any of those left?) , likers of bands no one else has heard of’s early stuff, the musically tolerant. © The Great Escape 2015 highlights: Skepta, Mumdance & Novelist, Alabama Shakes, Kate Tempest, Ibeyi… Kicking off our critics’ definitive list of the world’s best music festivals is this seaside gem on England’s south coast… As much a recruitment drive for the music industry as raucous entertainment for the masses, The Great Escape is Brighton’s last remaining concession to its glorious mods-and-rockers past. 49.
Paris, France May 27-31, June 4-7 2015 Festival heaven for: Boar-hunting ravers. © Jacob Khrist 2015 highlights: Apollonia, Ben Klock, Cassy, Derrick May, Four Tet & Floating Points… Forget the cold steel trappings of a Berlin Warehouse; these days, serious techno heads do their raving in a hunting forest in Paris. 48. 47. . © Jakob N. 46. 45. 44. . © Bob Stuart 9.
Facts and Figures. Why do people attend? Woodstock. Rock star Shaun Ryder is happy to drop the sex and drugs from rock ‘n’ roll – after becoming an older dad on the school gates. Shaun Ryder freely admits to using a range of drugs to help to capture and develop his band’s music, sound and style through its formative years in the 1980s.
Now the Happy Mondays' frontman has a completely different way of getting his kicks... by taking his six and seven-year-old daughters on the school run. “I’m 53 now and it doesn’t bother me one bit being an older dad at the school gates,” says Shaun, who lives in the Worsley part of Salford where neighbours include Coronation Street stars and Manchester United footballers. “I am often on the school run. Watch No Cameras Allowed Online Free Putlocker. Burning Man Festival. The Burning Man Festival has grown from a small group of people gathering spontaneously to a community of over 48,000 people.
There are no rules about how one must behave or express oneself at this event rather, it is up to each participant to decide how they will contribute and what they will give to this community. The event takes place on an ancient lake-bed in the desert of Nevada, known as the playa. By the time the event is completed and the volunteers leave, sometimes nearly a month after the event has ended, there will be no trace of the city that was, for a short time, the most populous town in the entire county. Art is an unavoidable part of this experience, and in fact, is such a part of the experience that Larry Harvey, founder of the Burning Man project, gives a theme to each year, to encourage a common bond to help tie each individual’s contribution together in a meaningful way.
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