Date: 01 Aug 2008 - 03 Aug 2008
Headliners: Leonard Cohen
Venue: Eastnor Castle, UK
London's indigO2 was packed to the rafters last night as the UK Festival Awards once again celebrated the best festivals, moments and bands of the summer.
Lovebox Weekender has finally picked up a UK Festival Award after coming close for the last few years.
A Greener Festival has commended 12 festivals for their hard work in promoting environmentally friendly events.
The shortlists for this month's UK Festival Awards have been announced and fans now have one week to make a difference in a second round of voting.
Voting is now open for the UK Festival Awards 2008, giving you the definitive say on another amazing festival year.
Virtual Festivals and Headphone Disco have teamed up for a special night of summer anthems to celebrate the launch of the UK Festival Awards.
The much anticipated comedy madness from The Mighty Boosh proved one of the biggest draws at this weekend's Big Chill festival in Herefordshire.
The Orb are set to replace Fat Freddy's Drop at this year's Big Chill as the latter pull out due to recording commitments.
El Guincho, Frightened Rabbit, Spiro and The Grid are among the latest acts confirmed for The Big Chill.
Sunrise Celebration have launched a unique partnership which will see the recently cancelled festival take place at The Big Chill.
Festival-goers wishing to attend The Big Chill and Lovebox Weekender have an chance to save money when they book both events together as part of an exclusive deal.
Mr Scruff, Martha Wainwright, The Heritage Orchestra and Matthew Herbert's Big Band are among the latest acts confirmed for The Big Chill.
The Big Chill have added a number of new acts and stages to the forthcoming festival. It all takes place in Eastnor Park, Herefordshire, from 1-3 August.
Hot Chip, Alabama 3 and Roisin Murphy are the latest additions to The Big Chill line up.
Roots Manuva, Trentemøller, Buzzcocks and Fat Freddy's Drop are among the latest acts confirmed for The Big Chill.
Leonard Cohen has announced details of his first tour in 15 years, which will take in dates at Glastonbury, The Big Chill and Sziget festival.
'80s dance pioneers Bomb The Bass have been confirmed for The Big Chill 2008.
Bill Bailey is among the latest batch of entertainers and artists confirmed for this year's Big Chill festival.
The Mighty Boosh will be performing at The Big Chill 2008 as the festival expands on its non-music program.
The Big Chill has announced details of four new partnerships aiming to broaden the artistic scope of the festival.
Fans of The Big Chill will be able to relive sets from this year's festival on a new radio station.