Download Pilot Have Confirmed Their Set Times

With the upcoming Download Pilot just a few days away now, the organisers have now confirmed the set times for the event.

All of the set times across the weekend are detailed below.

FRIDAY – JUNE 18TH:
21:50 | Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes (Main Stage)
20:50 | Sleep Token (Second Stage)
20:00 | Neck Deep (Main Stage)
19:20 | Holding Absence (Second Stage)
18:35 | Boston Manor (Main Stage)
18:00 | Malevolence (Second Stage)
17:30 | Hot Milk (Main Stage)
17:00 | Death Blooms (Second Stage)

SATURDAY – JUNE 19TH:
21:35 | Enter Shikari (Main Stage)
20:15 | Creeper (Second Stage)
19:05 | While She Sleeps (Main Stage)
18:15 | Stone Broken (Second Stage)
17:30 | Twin Atlantic (Main Stage)
16:50 | Those Damn Crows (Second Stage)
16:10 | Yonaka (Main Stage)
15:35 | Vukovi (Second Stage)
15:00 | A (Main Stage)
14:30 | Tigercub (Second Stage)
14:00 | Wargasm (Main Stage)
13:30 | The Hara (Second Stage)
13:00 | Bleed From Within (Main Stage)
12:30 | As Everything Unfolds (Second Stage)
12:00 | Conjurer (Main Stage)
11:30 | Lotus Eater (Second Stage)

SUNDAY – JUNE 20TH:
21:35 | Bullet For My Valentine (Main Stage)
20:15 | Frank Turner (Second Stage)
19:05 | Skindred (Main Stage)
18:15 | Trash Boat (Second Stage)
17:30 | The Wildhearts (Main Stage)
16:50 | Massive Wagons (Second Stage)
16:10 | Elvana (Main Stage)
15:35 | Jamie Lenman (Second Stage)
15:00 | Lonely The Brave (Main Stage)
14:30 | Higher Power (Second Stage)
14:00 | Loathe (Main Stage)
13:30 | Chubby & The Gang (Second Stage)
13:00 | Employed To Serve (Main Stage)
12:30 | Cassyette (Second Stage)
12:00 | Saint Agnes (Main Stage)
11:30 | Static Dress (Second Stage)

Tickets are now SOLD OUT for Download Festival Pilot and will take place on June 18th -20th 2021 at Donington Park, Donington

Cradle Of Filth Are Replacing Dimmu Borgir For Bloodstock Festival 2021

Bloodstock Open Air Festival have confirmed a few changes coming to their 2021 line-up, with extreme metallers Cradle Of Filth replacing Dimmu Borgir.

Dimmu Borgir whom are unable to make the festival due to restrictions surrounding the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have released the following statement.

“Due to restrictions and uncertainties regarding international travel and logistics, we have to postpone Dimmu Borgir’s performance at Bloodstock until next year. The band is absolutely gutted about this, having to cancel Bloodstock again, but we have already confirmed with Vicky and the Bloodstock team that the band will be back in the UK for the 2022 edition. Stay safe!”

In addition, the festival organisers have announced the additional Wednesday date is set to consist of a headline set from Onslaught, with additional support from Beholder, Ward XVI, Raised By Owls, and Anakim.

Check out the full line-up for the festival below.

Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2021 is set to take place on August 11th – 15th 2021 at Catton Park, Derbyshire.

Tickets for the festival are on sale now via the official website.

2021 UK Tech-Fest Cancelled, Postponed Until 2022

It has been announced, ue to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this year’siteration of UK’s Tech-Fest has unfortunately been cancelled and postponed to go ahead in 2022.

At the time of writing it’s uncertain which bands from the 2021 line-up will be confirmed for 2022, but the organisers have released a statement which you can read below.

“It breaks our hearts to bring you this news that UK Tech-Fest 2021 is cancelled. UK Tech-Fest will now take place Thursday 30 June – Monday 4 July 2022. We’ve been exploring all options to make the festival happen this year, but plain and simply there’s just too much stacked against us.

We’re not the first to cancel and sadly we won’t be the last, as the main factor for us all is insurance. We really wish we had a crystal ball and could see what will happen in June. Going by the roadmap, in theory we should be fine, but the fact that the Government haven’t put their money where their mouth is and cough up a Government-backed insurance scheme for the festival and live events industry, says it all. As a small, independent festival we can’t afford to take the financial risk without the security and protection from such a scheme.

And then there’s the bands, many of our international artists have had to cancel their shows and can’t travel to the UK. We’ve explored booking a UK line-up but (while that would be awesome) there’s still the big risk without insurance.

Current ticket holders – your tickets will automatically be valid for 2022 and refunds will be available to those who wish. Thank you to those who rolled their tickets over last year or donated their tickets, if you are able to do so again this year we would be extremely grateful.

For all ticket enquiries check out our FAQs or email tickets@uktechfest.com

Tickets for 2022 – we’re delighted to announce we have instalment tickets available so you can pay for your ticket monthly from now to June 2022. It’s been a hard year so we hope this helps spread the cost.

If you can support us further we would love you to check out our new merch store – lots of discounts and bundles available!

Stay safe and we’ll see you in Newark next year. Much love, the Tech-Fest Team”

UK Tech-Fest 2022 is set to take place on June 30th to July 4th 2022 at Newark Showground, Newark.

Tickets for the event are on sale now and can be purchased online from the festival’s official website.

Tickets purchased for this year’s event will remain valid for 2022.

Waterparks Join Slam Dunk Festival 2021

Waterparks have joined the bill for Slam Dunk 2021.

In addition to the announcement ticket holders who pre-order the band’s new album ‘Greatest Hits’ from Crash Records  will get exclusive access to an acoustic session right at the festival.

Headline sets at this year’s iteration of the 2021 festival will come from Sum 41 and Don Broco, with Crown The Empire, While She Sleeps, Comeback Kid, The Story So Far, We Are The In Crowd, NOFX and more also on the bill.

Download Festival Add Over 70 Names To Their 2022 Lineup

After confirming that the 2021 iteration of Download festival will not be taking place this year, the festival have revealed some more of the names who will be playing Donington Park in 2022. 

Joining the already announced headliners KISS, Iron Maiden and Biffy Clyro will be…

Deftones
Korn
The Pretty Reckless
Rise Against
Black Label Society
Theory
Monster Truck
Power Wolf
Wayward Sons
Those Damn Crows
The Raven Age
Megadeth
Steel Panther
The Distillers
The Darkness
Airbourne
Daughtry
Skillet
Lacuna Coil
Bush
Of Mice & Men
Wednesday 13
Ayron Jones
Massive Wagons
The Last Internationale
Control The Storm
The Ghost Inside
Funeral For A Friend
Descendents
Boston Manor
Sleep Token
The Faim
grandson
Trash Boat
Holding Absence
Marianas Trench
Wargasm
Loathe
Jamie Lenman
The Hara
Press Club
Salem
Cemetery Sun
Blackout Problems
Dead Posey
Static Dress
Electric Wizard
Sepultura
Blues Pills
Dying Fetus
British Lion
Bleed From Within
Twin Temple
Bokassa
Venom Prison
Spiritbox
Tempt
Fire From The Gods
A.A. Williams
Higher Power
Kill The Lights
Dead Poet Society
Joyous Wolf
Modern Error
Cellar Door Moon Crew
Lotus Eater
The Scratch
Dead Label
Phoxjaw
JJ Wilde
Anchor Lane
Temples On Mars
As Everything Unfolds
Injester

That’s a lot to get excited for.

Download Festival will take place at Donington Park on June 10-12 2022. 

Tickets are available via the following link.

Creeper, Boston Manor, Spiritbox & More Announced For Leeds And Reading 2021

OVer ninety plus acts have been announced for the upcoming 2021 iteration of the Leeds And Reading Festival.

Yungblud, Neck Deep and Fever 333 will be joined by Boston Manor, Creeper, Machine Gun Kelly, Spiritbox and more!

Also, I’m going to throw in a guess that MGK and Yungblud will pop in and out for each others sets? Only because they have made some huge tracks together and they’re right next to each other on the lineup!

Yonaka, Nova Twins, Wargasm, The Hunna and loads more are on the lineup!

Check it out in full below.

Ghost Road Festival Announces Lineup

Live music is coming back! We’ve got everything crossed but we have one festival you are going to want to be at this year!

Commencing in November (6th-7th 2021) Ghost Road Fest is a multi city two fay festival with a mission to offer opportunity for the UK’s most exciting up and coming bands, provide mentoring programmes and paid work experience for young people who are interested in a career within the music industry.

The festivals ethos strongly supports inclusivity, creativity, gender equality and opportunities for the young.

The festival will have proportional representation with a hope to stimulate the underground music scene post Covid-19. The two shows will help smaller bands gain a further reach with their music, with a chance to play to a larger and difference audience outside of their hometown, along with national and regional DJ’s performing at the events opening doors for networking for artists, interns and audience members alike.

Ghost Road Fest supports not only up and coming artists but the creatives within the industry to. By offering a mentoring programme and paid work experience, it opens opportunity to young people (aged 18-25) to work within a live music environment at a festival’s inagural year.

This sounds absolutely amazing not just for the music scene but for the creatives as well. It’s all about providing a safe space for music to return to and the inclusivity is definitely fantastic to see!

The plan for the festival is for it to grow every year with the first year offering a mentoring programme and further development for a number of young people who are wanting pursue a career within the music industry and

Here’s the lineup for Ghost Road Fest

6th November 2021 – Kolis, London

The Virginmarys

Riskee And The Ridicule

The Pearl Hearts

Moses

Salvation Jayne

Snayx

Sadness & Complete Disappointment

Charlie Ashcroft

Kelly Chard

7th November 2021 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds

Bang Bang Romeo

Sheafs

Salvation Jayne

Novustry

Snayx

Sadness & Complete Disappointment

Shell Zenner

Christian Carlisle

Tickets are available via the following link.

And via the following link you’ll find a Spotify playlist of the bands currently announced.

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Therapy?, Blood From Within, And More Join Bloodstock 2021 Lineup

Derby’s Bloodstock Festival 2021 lineup just got a little bigger with the announcement of five new additions.

Therapy?, Bleed From Within, Mother Vulture, Famyne, and Party Cannon have all been announced to play the festival.

In addition, Bloodstock has also announced that four overseas acts – The Black Dahlia Murder, Cattle Decapitation, Nekrogoblikon, and Toxic Holocaust – are unfortunately no longer able to make the 2021 event due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and vaccine constraints.

Check out the lineup below.

Bloodstock Open Air Festival will take place on August 11th – 15th 2021 at Catton Park, Derbyshire.

Tickets for the festival are on sale now via the following link.

Bloodstock Festival Confirm Their Revised 2021 Line-Up

The organisers of Bloodstock Festival have confirmed their revised line-up for their 2021 event, which is set to take place in August.

Due to ongoing restrictions with the pandemic, the festival organisers have stated that some overseas bands are unable to make the dates, with Mercyful Fate dropping from the line-up as Saturday main stage headliners, though they are set to return to headline the festival in 2022.

Kreator will now take the vacant Saturday slot to headline the festival for the first time. Also added to the line-up are Bloodshot Dawn, Seidrblot, and Evile.

The festival has also announced that Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Butcher Babies, Life Of Agony, Sacred Reich, Necrot, Exhumed, and Unto Others will unfortunately not be able to make the 2021 festival.

Slam Dunk Festival Announce Artists For September 2021

September 2021 is locked in for Slam Dunk Festival where we now have confirmation of the acts who will be playing this years iteration of the festival.

Along with confirming the acts who will still be playing from the originally scheduled May dates, the festival organisers have also announced that Crown The Empire, Escape The Fate, Malevolence, Hacktivist, and Snuff will also be joining the bill.

The acts who sadly are unable to confirm that they can make the rescheduled dates and are no longer part of the bill are 3OH!3, Billy Talent, Code Orange, Dance Gavin Dance, Grayscale, Hands Like Houses, I Am The Avalanche, Issues, Motion City Soundtrack, Sleep On It, The Wonder Years, Young Guns, and Yours Truly.

More acts are set to be announced in the coming weeks.

Check out the full list of bands below.

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The Baboon Show
Basement
Blood Youth
The Bottom Line
Bury Tomorrow
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!
Comeback Kid
Counterparts
Crown The Empire
Days N Daze
Deez Nuts
Doll Skin
Don Broco
Dream State
Escape The Fate
Face To Face
The Faim
Four Year Strong
Free Throw
Hacktivist
I Am The Avalanche
Ice Nine Kills
Knuckle Puck
Malevolence
Mayday Parade
Me First And The Gimme Gimmes
Movements
NOFX
Normandie
Pennywise
Popes Of Chillitown
Reel Big Fish
ROAM
Snuff
Spunge
State Champs
Static Dress
The Story So Far
Stray From The Path
Sum 41
This Wild Life
Trash Boat
The Vandals
Vukovi
Wargasm
We Are The In Crowd
While She Sleeps
With Confidence
Your Demise
Zebrahead

Slam Dunk Festival 2021 will take place on September 4th 2021 at Temple Newsam, Leeds and on September 5th 2021 at Hatfield Park, Hatfield.

Tickets from last years event will be honoured and remain valid for 2021.

Remaining tickets are on sale now with a range of payment plans, and can be purchased online from seetickets.com.