'There are small-looking "indie" events popping up all over, which are anything but "indie" or run by small companies,' The End Festival founder Howard Monk on DIY in live music...
Bristol five-piece IDLES have snatched the Live Act of the Year gong at the Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) Awards.
‘I don’t think you get anywhere without quotas but this can’t be tokenistic,’ says Association of Independent Festival (AIF) general manager Paul Reed.
The collecting society has applied to the Copyright Tribunal to vary the terms of its live music tariff, which covers the licensing of 30,000 events across the UK.
The Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) has said it 'should ring alarm bells' that the events company controls around 23 percent of the UK festival market.
The Green Man Festival is once again calling for new bands and artists to apply for an exclusive opening spot as part of its Green Man Rising competition.
We were up to our necks in music and mud in what was one of the wettest Glastonbury’s for years. Amid Brexit and European football chaos, we pick through a particularly emotive festival...
The cultural, social and economic impact of Britain’s festival season reaches far beyond the summer months and event locations, according to a new report.
British holiday institution Butlin's will host 58 music festivals this year, attracting nearly half a million punters to its resorts in Bognor Regis, Minehead and Skegness.
The Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) is launching a series of live music conferences in association with the British and Irish Modern Music Institute (BIMM).