Hi Gigantic gang,
It’s here! Summer is finally here and so it’s time to start enjoying the great outdoors with the best selection of festivals and open-air events. If you want to make the most of the hot weather, take a look through our essential guide and get booking to enjoy the most out of the blissful season.
Let’s Rock brings you the biggest names of the 80’s for a huge one-day outdoor festival celebrating all aspects of the most decadent of all decades. Fun for all the family.
Hosting a series of remarkable day events at the beautiful wooded valley in North Cornwall; you can see Fatboy Slim, Paul Weller and Jess Glynne at Live In The Wyldes.
Celebrating the many tastes of ales, beers and ciders; Nottingham Craft Beer Festival invites you to sample the very best refreshments from both the local region and further afield.
When you think of rock, the name Bon Jovi comes straight to mind. True fans of guitar music will make sure they are at the This House Is Not For Sale tour.
When the sound the songs are this big, then only a stadium can hold them. Metallica now announce gigs at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium plus Twickenham Stadium in London during June.
Searching to get more soul in your life? Then look no further than Badu x Aiko. The pair take over the vast stage of The O2 Arena in London on Sunday 9th of June.
Bristol Sounds channels the cities deep rooted reputation for a fantastic diverse music scene and presents a whole host of exciting outdoor events topped by vital headline acts.
Westlife first appeared on stage and our screens in the latter years of the 90’s and grew to become one of Ireland’s biggest ever boybands. Bid them a fond farewell on their last ever tour.
It doesn’t come any smoother than Craig David. The undisputed leader of UK Garage kids off his summer tour at the start of June. Tickets on sale right now!
Having already become an icon of British rock with Oasis, Noelly G has split from his loudmouth brother to form Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. He has massive summer shows just for you.
High energy obnoxious punk rock doesn’t come any better than the fresh sound of Millie Mander and The Shutup. The London based band are a shout of resistance against sexism, racism, inequality and those who would seek to divide and conquer.