Starry Skies

Starry Skies

Starry Skies wants to get kids back to nature and roaming free. Inspired by the great outdoors, we’ve found the perfect wilderness for families to come together and celebrate living out under the stars. With a working farm, miles of rolling meadows, rivers, streams,...
Boomtown

Boomtown

BoomTown Fair is a very different festival to the norm… growing from the roots of British and European subculture it is consistently buoyed by the strength and will of the community it creates. With 45,000 ‘citizens’ joining in on this other-worldly experience,...
Bestival

Bestival

Bestival is an award winning 4 day boutique music festival set at Robin Hill – a beautiful leafy country park (a veritable Garden of Eden!) in the heart of the Isle of Wight. From the most original boutique campsite experience, to the Bollywood Cocktail Bar, a Wishing...
Green Man Festival

Green Man Festival

Green Man is a music festival set in the heart of the beautiful Brecon Beacons in Wales. The river Usk flows around the perimeter and the Black Mountains stand impressively as the backdrop to the ‘Mountain Stage’. ”Of all the festivals in all the...
Two Moors Festival Exmoor & Dartmoor

Two Moors Festival Exmoor & Dartmoor

The Two Moors Festival, renowned as a leading chamber music festival in the UK, attracts esteemed artists from across the globe. In 2014 alone, Viktoria Mullova, Kate Royal, Angela Hewitt and Trevor Pinnock were among the glittering array of performers who relished...
Scottish International Storytelling Festival

Scottish International Storytelling Festival

The Scottish International Storytelling Festival (SISF) is a 10 day celebration of live storytelling, oral traditions and cultural diversity, bringing together a large number of Scottish and international storytellers and musicians. The Festival takes place in and...
Norfolk and Norwich Festival

Norfolk and Norwich Festival

Norfolk & Norwich Festival is a flagship arts organisation for the East of England with a reputation for innovative, inspirational programming and commissioning. In addition to staging one of the most significant arts festivals in the UK each May, Norfolk &...
Stockton International Riverside Festival

Stockton International Riverside Festival

SIRF15 has everything you would expect – four days packed with street theatre, circus, dance and music but this year it will also celebrate the imaginative and bold redevelopment of the town centre. Inspired by a story we commissioned from Sara Maitland about how...
Edinburgh International Festival

Edinburgh International Festival

Every August, the Edinburgh International Festival transforms one of the world’s most beautiful cities, presenting three exhilarating weeks of the finest creators and performers from the worlds of the arts – for everyone. Edinburgh’s six major...
Music at Paxton

Music at Paxton

Music at Paxton was formed in 2006 to present high quality performances of chamber music at Paxton House. Since then, the Festival has grown from a weekend of concerts to a ten-day event Bringing international artists to the Scottish Borders such as Alasdair Beatson,...
Mendelssohn on Mull

Mendelssohn on Mull

Mendelssohn on Mull provides young professional musicians with opportunities to develop their practical music skills in a place of outstanding natural beauty. Set in the outstanding natural beauty of the Inner Hebrides, the Mendelssohn on the Mull Festival promises an...
St Magnus International Festival

St Magnus International Festival

The St Magnus International Festival is Orkney’s annual celebration of the arts. Founded in 1977 by a group including Orkney’s distinguished resident composer Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, the Festival has grown from small beginnings into one of...
Wood Festival

Wood Festival

Wood Festival is a celebration of music and nature set at beautiful Braziers Park in the Chiltern Hills. Wood is a family festival powered by renewable energy & community spirit! Wood is a family friendly festival that runs on 100% renewable energy across 3 days...
We Love Green

We Love Green

Like it’s name, We Love Green is all about nature, known for being one of the most ‘disposable’ festivals in the world. From the 100% natural art pieces to recycling bins all over the site, don’t even think of dropping your discarded beercan on...
UBM Live

UBM Live

UBM is a global events-led marketing and communications services business. We help businesses do business by connecting them with a targeted, qualified audience, through live events, press releases and other digital and print media. We help professional people in more...
The Isle of Wight Festival

The Isle of Wight Festival

It’s widely known that The Isle of Wight Festival is the first major festival in the UK summer calendar every year. But the Festival’s heritage reaches back over an extraordinary 45 years, is incredibly rich and varied and some facts are better known than others. The...
Sunrise Festival

Sunrise Festival

SUNRISE IS CELEBRATING ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2015! The festival takes place, 21st – 24th May 2015 in an idyllic Welsh setting of tree filled parkland and rolling countryside.

Leading the way for sustainable events nationally and across Europe, Sunrise is renowned...
Shambala Festival

Shambala Festival

Pioneering, intimate and truly innovative, Shambala Festival has blended creativity and participation perfectly for well over a decade. Shambala is a truly special place where you play, revitalise, and return to the world full of joy. We see Shambala, as so much more...
Manchester International Festival

Manchester International Festival

Manchester International Festival is the world’s first festival of original, new work and special events, and takes place biennially in Manchester, UK. The Festival launched in 2007 as an artist-led, commissioning festival presenting new works from across the spectrum...
Larmer Tree Festival

Larmer Tree Festival

The first baby Larmer Tree was born on a really beautiful sunny Saturday in July 1990. Dick Heckstall-Smith headlined a bill of just six bands, it ran from midday ’till midnight and an audience of 150 turned up. The Gardens weren’t open to the public in those days and...