After an 8-year hiatus, the legendary festival made a comeback in 2023 with last year’s headliners Sleep Token and Skindred.
The festival moved from its Southampton University roots to the larger Portsmouth Guildhall to become one of the biggest rock events in the festival calendar once again
Now, on Saturday 13th April 2024 and Sunday 14th April 2024, Takedown are thrilled to welcome a star-studded lineup that will be topped by horror punk icons, Creeper and alternative rock heavyweights Dinosaur Pile-Up, as well as the additions of Nu-gen star Cassyette, Hastings beat-punk reprobates Kid Kapichi, chart-topping Terrorvision, Australian rockers Trophy Eyes who will perform as special guests, Pupil Slicer who will be performing their new album ‘Blossom’ in full, ‘A’, Kid Bookie, Graphic Nature, Lake Malice, Mimi Barks, Dream State, Employed To Serve, ELVANA (Elvis fronted Nirvana tribute), Dead Pony, Snayx, Deijuvhs, URNE, Calva Louise, BVDLVD, Blackgold and many more.
Tickets are availible here
Slam Dunk - the UK’s biggest independent rock festival takes place across two sites: Hatfield Park (South, May 25), and Leeds Temple Newsam (North, 26 May).
For 18 years it/s been serving up a lineup packed with the biggest names in pop punk, rock, alt, metal and more. This year’s lineup includes You Me At Six (their final UK festival appearance), I Prevail, Waterparks, Mallory Knox, State Champs, The All-American Rejects, The Interrupters, The Wonder Years, and Funeral for a Friend amongst tons of others.
The full line-up is available here.
Kendal Calling returns from 01-04 August 2024 at Lowther Deer Park, nr. Penrith, Cumbria
One of the UK’s most beloved festivals set in one of the most picturesque locations in the Lake District, Kendal Calling is a must-attend on the festival calendar.
With a community which brings unrivalled energy year-on-year, Kendal ’24 will see headliners, Paolo Nutini, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Streets, Paul Heaton w’ Rianne Downey, Keane, as well as Sugababes, The Reytons, Pale Waves, Feeder, The Snuts, Dick & Dom, Shy FX, The K’s – and even a DJ set from Gary Neville B2B Tim Burgess.
Full line-up is available here.
Boardmasters - Cornwall’s own surf and music festival takes place across two stunning sites on the Cornish coast from 07-11 August 2024
Headlined by Sam Fender, Stormzy and Chase & Status plus other huge names including Courteeners, Bicep, Nia Archives, Declan McKenna, Bakar, Overmono, Andy C, Kenya Grace, Holly Humberstone, The Teskey Brothers, Hedex + more.
Plus, attendees can head to the home of UK surfing, Fistral Beach, where the Boardmasters OPEN Surf competition welcomes some of the most exciting names on the global surf scene to battle it out on the waves.
Full line-up is available here.
The Great Escape returns to Brighton on 15th-18th May, and we at the Student Music Network couldn't be more excited on how the line-up is shaping up this year.
The festival have just added 100 more new artists to the line-up including Student Music favourites. Fife rockers Shambolics join the line-up as they gear up to their debut album. Other artists we've recently supported that have joined include the bluesy indie of Humane The Moon, Scottish unique popstar Kaeto, and the next bedroom pop mega-star Mackenzy Mackay.
These 100 artists join an already stacked line-up which includes Student Radio Class Of's DellaXOZ, highly touted Picture Parlour and others we've long backed like Safesp8ce, Gia Ford and Lizzie Reid.
Tickets for The Great Escape 2024 are on sale now at HERE
Wireless Festival is coming home this year! Having visited Crystal Palace, Birmingham and all the way to Germany over the past years, fans have eagerly awaited it's return to Finsbury Park. For many Londoners, Wireless is a rite of passage festival and the first time many of the festival goers will get to pop on bucket hats and see their favourite American artists in the flesh.
Love Supreme, Europe's largest outdoor jazz festival, is back once again for 10th anniversary this summer from 30th June to 2nd July, promising to bring an explosive mix of soul, funk, R&B and the best of jazz to Britain’s beautiful countryside. Pitching up at its regular home in East Sussex, a diverse line-up of internationally renowned artists and incredible emerging talent will perform in the sun trap fields of Glynde Palace providing an unforgettable experience for jazz nuts and music lovers with supreme taste.
Parklife Festival returns to Manchester this summer for its 13th year running, with a staggering line up all electro-dance, pop, grime and hip hop fans will go crazy for! On the 10th and 11th June you can expect performances from headliners including The 1975, Aitch, The Prodigy, Fred Again and Little Simz.
But it doesn’t stop there! Fan favourites Rudimental, Wilkinson and Gorgon City (among many others) will also be emerging across one of eight stages during the weekend. Fans attending will be absolutely spoilt for choice!
With May just around the corner, music fans and the music industry from across the globe are gearing up for the biggest weekend of the year in new music, taking place on the beautiful beach of sunny Brighton.
The Great Escape returns for another year of hundreds of new artists from around the world on May 11th-13th. Taking place at a plethora of fantastic venues across Brighton be it pubs, clubs or even piers, there’s something for everyone at this festival.
Primavera Sound is lauded by many as Europe’s hottest festival. With the opportunity to see Kendrick Lamar and Depeche Mode in the same night, it is easy to see why it has been given this title; and that’s not even considering the great weather, food and environment!
If you’re a fan of indie or pop music, we’ve found the perfect festival for you…
Neighbourhood Weekender will be returning to Warrington’s Victoria Park on Saturday 27th May, 2023.
The Saturday headliners are The Kooks and Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott, and on Sunday, Britpop icons Pulp will be headlining.
Festival season is kicking off this April as the city of Liverpool will once again host Sound City, a three-day festival, showcasing a variety of established and emerging talent. This year’s headliners include indie Northern heroes, The Reytons and Maisie Peters, fresh from her UK headline tour. With its rich musical heritage and established live music scene, Liverpool is the perfect setting to discover new music and revel in the recognisable tracks that have already found themselves onto your summer playlists. This year’s line-up checks a number of the genre boxes exhibiting talent from the world of indie, rock and pop music.
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