May 20th, 2013
Every day needs some Love!
One of the great festivals, Love Saves the Day, gives you all the best music you can pack into the weekend.
Team Love has worked hard to deliver international acts as well as the best of Bristol’s thriving local electronic scene.
Bonobo, aka British composer and DJ Simon Green uses samples from the outside world to create melody and rhythm. Eats Everything defines a new genre of forward-thinking underground house music, and Joy Orbison rounds things out with infectious dubstep.
If you just can’t make it on the Saturday day of Love, you get another chance for LSTD on Sunday with a whole new line-up.
Go get some Love!
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May 13th, 2013
Our festival world is electronic!
Set deep in a wooded valley in the Leicestershire countryside, Noisily Festival embarks on a second year of electronic music, art installations and revelry.
Headlining this year is Israeli progressive trance artist Perfect Stranger. Also featured is Psy trance star Avalon who makes one of many summer festival appearances. New to this year’s festival is a comedy stage hosted by Tickled Pig. Electro Comedy!
And don’t miss German electro-house duo Electrixx. They will keep you on your feet all night long. After all, isn’t that the goal of Electronic Music Festivals?!?
Go dance. Go have fun. Go Noisily!
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May 6th, 2013
Festivals are everywhere; Now, there’s one that’s anywhere!
At the Anywhere Theatre Festival you’ll find live performance pretty much anywhere except in a traditional theater setting.
As festival artistic director Paul Osuch notes, “story telling began as something we did around camp fires and over time it has been ghettoed inside traditional theatre venues and the structures that go with them”.
So break out of the mold and enjoy productions including The Nightingale & The Rose, Oscar Wilde’s classic parable of love versus knowledge amongst the ruins of the Brisbane Powerhouse.
2013 – When We Were Idiots is a walking tour one hundred years in the future that reflects on the peak days of rampant consumerism and ignorance. And don’t miss New York cabaret star Lady Rizo who combines vintage arrangements and songs from every decade.
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April 29th, 2013
In the midst of London, the Make Believe Festival transports audiences to an alternate universe where you’ll be immersed in a world of your own making.
Get ready for the festival at the Make Believe Market where traders of the steampunk variety show and sell their wares.
At The Goblin King’s Masquerade Ball there will be mischief, revelry and amazing live music including PerKelt, billed as “medieval celtic speed folk”, and gypsy vaudeville from The Bohemianauts.
Clockwork Underworld’s immersive theatre experience explores the underbelly of the Victorian era through theatre, graphic novels and film.
Go experience London and make believe!
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April 22nd, 2013
If you love jazz, you love New Orleans. And New Orleans loves you!
This year, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival headliners include artists who have stood the test of time, such as Billy Joel and Fleetwood Mac, as well as newer stars such as Maroon 5.
As you go through the jam-packed cubes, heed festival producer Quint Davis’ advice to “dig deep into the schedule to find the nuggets and gems”. These include Amanda Shaw and Papa Grows Funk.
This year the festival shines a special light on Native American culture, music, crafts and food, so don’t miss the Native Nations tent, or talent such as that of the flute player Robert Mirabal.
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