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No plans' for festival to return in 2013 The festival has been staged at Eastnor Castle, in Herefordshire, since 1994 The organisers of The Big Chill music festival have confirmed that there are "no plans" for the event to be staged in 2013.
These ones were at Glastonbury last year, but they give the Leeds idea too. Photograph: PA Last week the Guardian Northerner brought you news of the startling number of tents abandoned at last year's Leeds Festival over 700 and the imaginative
Beth Gwinn/Redferns Festival organisers are blaming a combination of bad weather, the Olympics, the economy and the absence of Glastonbury this year for a summer of poor ticket sales and cancelled events. Festival Republic, the company behind this
Festival Republic, led by Melvin Benn, runs other music events such as Reading and Leeds and has been co-organiser of Glastonbury since 2001. Since then, the Somerset festival has attracted 177,500 people a year. Benn said Glastonbury boss Michael
At Glastonbury it was the year Lily Allen won people's hearts. Bjork, dressed as a sci-fi sprite, returned after a 13-year absence and The Who closed proceedings with a classic Sunday night set. Latitude, Bestival and Port Eliot were all bathed in
The lineup will include major stars in rock, hip-hop andcountry music...Video: Ashton Kutcher gets comfortable with co-stars On Nov. 13, Seger will perform on a lineup with Kid Rock, country star Blake Shelton, the Doobie Brothers , Dwight Yoakam ,
Power and the glory of music festivals Former Mean Fiddler boss Vince Power prepares return to stock market with new venture that promotes Hop Farm and Benicassim events Vince Power: 'I sold Mean Fiddler too early. If I had know then what I know now..
In June, Ralph Broadbent will complete his final university exams. And like many fellow students, he knows that after all the revision and preparation, there is, at least, a summer music festival awaiting him. But rather than being one of the
As Bestival and End of the Road rounded off the summer festival season over the weekend, the music industry has being counting the profits from its most successful summer ever. So successful, in fact, that the show will go on for a little while yet.
Festival Republic, which runs Latitude, is staging the Reading, Leeds and Big Chill events in August. Managing director Melvin Benn told BBC News: "We will provide additional information, guidelines [and] support, particularly for young women under