T In The Park 2009 Features
Now in it's fifth year, The Greener Festival Awards is the internationally recognised scheme that recognises and rewards festivals who have made significant steps in reducing their environmental impact.
Here, we take a look at the 15 things that happened at festivals in 2009 that may never happen again.
Phew! What another impressive festival year. At the turn of the season, the big event bookings had vamped it up like Britpop Groundhog Day: Blur Vs Oasis Part II - the beef is back - just with bigger bellies and balding heads.
With the UK Festival Awards nominations now open, we need your help to shape the Most Memorable Moment category.
We look ahead to this week's biggest festival draw T In The Park...
We're all aware of environmental issues and what we can do to minimize the effect of modern day living on the planet and keep it beautiful for future generations.
We've teamed up with the good folks at www.agreenerfestival.com to look at the role of music festivals in promoting environmentally friendly practices, reducing the impact of festivals and combating climate change.
Whilst media sensationalists have been almost gleefully proclaiming the imminent cancellation of the festival season, we don't think that's very likely and here's why...
With January well and truly behind us, it's time to hook out the wellies, shake down the tent and think about that first gulp of warm cardboard lager, as we give you the low-down on who we think will play where this summer.
In our final festival forecast feature we look at the names in folk music ready to set the fields alight this summer.
We've still got the crystal ball out at VF Towers; so let's take a peek inside to see the new bands likely to be hitting the circuit this summer...
In the latest edition of our summer predictions series, we look at the bands you're likely to catch at more than one event this season - the festival fillers.
With some old favourites, reunions and first timers. It's Virtual Festivals' predictive peek at the bill-topping bands of next summer...