September 17 2014 Latest news:
The nights are getting darker earlier, and it’s time to retreat from the beer garden into the warm. London24 brings you the best drinks festivals to keep you warmed up and topped up this autumn.
The first music festival to hit west London is fast approaching.
Ibiza is coming to east London with an awesome Balearic experience at RED Market, on Old Street.
Notting Hill Carnival is a massive street party that takes over Notting Hill every year with Caribbean culture, food and music.
Dan Blackledge, co-founder of Unknown Croatia, one of the summer’s breathtakingly scenic festivals, has shared his thoughts on this year’s highly anticipated project.
Laid back fun for the whole family is what festival goers can expect at Wickham this week
Another year and yet another stonkingly good Standon Calling!
Check out our five-minute guide to celebrating the end of Ramadan in London.
Standing among thousands overlooking a lake with an emerald island at its centre, jewel-like spires jutting up into the sky where fireworks break up the onsetting dusk in fits and starts, it’s clear this is no ordinary festival.
Antipodean rockers, Formidable Vegetable Sound System managed to “cultivate” a wildly dancing crowd at Lovebox on July 19.
While some artists spend thousands on special effects to add that wow factor to their sets, Damon Albarn it seems just has a quick word with the gods.
When the first day of a festival is also the hottest day of the year, spirits are going to be high.
Two Door Cinema Club has cancelled their headline performance at the Latitude Festival.
Summer music festivals are as popular as holiday camps for families these days – and after a weekend at Cornbury Festival, it’s easy to see why.
A band with a message to spread are coming to east London’s Lovebox Festival to entertain audiences with their unique sound.
We sent three reporters to review this year’s Wireless festival in Finsbury Park. This is what they said...
The giants of rock, metal and pop descended upon the Royal Park to put on some of the most anticipated shows of the year.
If you didn’t get a ticket to Arcade Fire’s gig at British Summer Time in Hyde Park last night then sate yourself with these amazing pictures which show the superstar band in action - just days after their headline performance at Glastonbury.
Calling Festival - the re-branded Hard Rock Calling event - takes place in Clapham this weekend, and the line-up includes Stevie Wonder, Aerosmith, Paloma Faith and Jack Johnson.
Dougie Poynter, of supergroup McBusted, says he can’t wait to hit the stage as the band prepares to perform at Barclay Card Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park.
Set in rainy Manchester it came as no surprise that it tipped it down for Parklife.
Field Day has always had something of a split personality; mixing as it does cutting edge music (and haircuts) with an atmosphere akin to that of a village fete.
Most recognisable for his playfully geeky glasses, Alexis Taylor cuts an unlikely figure among pop’s glossy major players.