The UK government has said that data from its live pilot events will be shared "shortly" following backlash surrounding the delay in publishing its findings.
The residencies for Sheffield's Hope Works club and No Bounds festival have been announced.
A new documentary exploring the history of the UK’s Free Party Movement is in the works.
Free Party: A Folk History is a chronicle of the movement, in which a new wave of underground and outdoor rave parties swept the nation from the late 1980s to the early-to-mid 1990s.
Photo: DiY / Free Party People (C/O Michelle Miles)
Festival cancellations are inevitable without coronavirus insurance, the Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) has said.
Following the announcement of the UK government's "roadmap" to reopening the hospitality and live entertainment industries in June, the AIF warned that a number of festivals could be forced to cancel their 2021 events if they did not receive Government-backed insurance and VAT intervention before the end of March.
6,000 clubbers will return to the dancefloor in Liverpool this month, to participate in a covid-secure event trial.
In February, it was announced that the government's Events Research Programme (ERP) — which is trialling events at nightclubs, stadiums, theatres and concerts with volunteers — would pilot several events in Liverpool to collect evidence and better understand best practice amid easing coronavirus restrictions.
Ministry of Sound has announced a series of reopening parties taking place this summer.
Glastonbury Festival has teased a new event.
Late yesterday afternoon (25th), the official Glastonbury Festival Twitter account shared a mysterious teaser video with the hashtag #LiveAtWorthyFarm, featuring the festival's iconic Stone Circle.
The video, which was also retweeted by the festival's co-organiser Emily Eavis, comes exactly a week after news broke that Glastonbury had applied for a licence to hold an event on the Worthy Farm site this year.
Amaarae has announced a 10-date tour of the UK and Europe.
Bronx-born Ghanaian rapper, singer, songwriter and producer Amaarae has revealed plans of a 10-date tour for November this year, where she'll make stops in cities like Amsterdam, Barcelona, London, Paris, Stockholm and more.
Kicking off on the 1st November at Manchester's YES, Amaarae will head to Colours in London's East End on the 3rd, before a run of dates in Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Paris and Barcelona. At the end of the month, Amaarae will make stops in Prague, Copenhagen and Stockholm.
Glastonbury organisers have applied for a licence to hold an event on the Worthy Farm site this year.
Back in January, after confirming that they would update Glasto lovers with news following cancellation speculation, Glastonbury festival's co-organisers Emily Eavis and Michael Eavis confirmed that 2021 will be another forced fallow year for the Somerset festival's flagship event.