Buried in the heart of the peak district is a music festival that's spiralled out of control in size and popularity. Y Not Festival may have some of the worst phone signal, be cut off from the rest of civilization, and have eluded Noel Gallagher before his headline booking, however
You've not managed to shower for 3-4 days, you're running on a lack of sleep, and you're craving that comfortable bed back home now more than ever. These feeling always make last days at festivals an interesting one. However that doesn't mean people are ready to pack it in. In
For all those who had gone a little too hard on Friday night, Mr Motivator was called in to spring people into action. Bringing some life to the festival in the late morning the exercise instructor pushed people to the max clearing away those crippling hangovers just in time for
Deep in the peak districts countryside, Y Not Festival prepared itself to be flooded by another wave of festival goers. Back in 2007, the festival attracted a total of just 1,000 people and it's been steadily building itself since. In 2012, Y Not won best small festival at the UK
Photos by Fi Carroll | @dirtyroknroller
Although I’m sitting here, looking out a window at inches of snow in my backyard, I’m daydreaming about the sunny skies of festival season. Luckily, it’s not too far away! While you wait, take some time to get familiar with 8 artists on the lineup of Firefly Festival taking place
Halifax; a small city nestled on the coast of Nova Scotia with a fantastic secret…The Halifax Pop Explosion (HPX). Well maybe it’s not so secret. Starting in 1993, briefly stopping in 2000 and returning again in 2001, Halifax Pop Explosion, (yes it’s a comically dark play on the Halifax Explosion),
Music festivals are exhilarating
experiences that often draw thousands of attendees. There’s nothing like the
high of watching your favorite acts perform with people who love them just as fervently
as you do.
However, things can take a dark turn
quickly at these events. Bad things and accidents can happen anywhere, even in
Photos by Joshua Guerra | @joshguerra13
The Austin City Limits Music Festival is fastly approaching its way back to Zilker Park.
Paul McCartney, Metallica, Childish Gambino, Travis Scott, Odesza, and Arctic Monkeys headline this star-studded line up. Other huge artists that are coming along with them include Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Khalid,
Photos by Joshua Guerra (@joshguerra13) | Review by Joshua Guerra and Catherine Marfin
The sixth annual JMBLYA Music Festival came back to Austin, Texas bigger than ever headlined by J. Cole. With a new addition of Houston, Texas and a second stage, it brought in 80,000 fans across three cities.
The initial lineup