Festival business magnete Vince Power has been told by London's High Court that he will no longer be able to stage live music after they found him found guilty of hosting events without a proper licence.
Vince Power has released a press statement today responding to the decision of London's High Court to ban him from staging live music events.
Kentish music festival, Hop Farm, looks set to make another comeback attempt in 2014 as new owners try to revive the ailing festival brand.
The Hop Farm Music Festival will return this year with My Bloody Valentine and Rodriguez headlining the two day event in Kent.
Kent on Sunday newspaper has claimed Kent Festivals Ltd, owners of Hop Farm Festival, owed £4.6 million when they went into administration last year.
The future of Hop Farm and Benicassim hangs in the balance today as Vince Power's Music Festivals company looks to appoint an administrator.
An uncertain future hangs over the Kent festival after an unfortunate turn of events.
Everyone's favourite alt-folk dandy King Charles has launched his bid to become the King Of Festivals.