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Y Not Festival 1st Aug / 09:23am
For one weekend a year, the gorgeous Peak District countryside becomes home to the Y Not Festival. Y Not is the Small, Fresh & Loud music festival, with a fantastic atmosphere and a history of amazing live acts. There has been steady, organic growth since it began life as a gathering of young people attending an overspilling house party in deepest, darkest, Derbyshirest, Derbyshire. But it does retain the carefree, good-time atmosphere of those original, dawning years. The festival is still run by the same small team of passionate enthusiasts it was all those years ago (albeit a little older and a little wiser), but with the same ethos at heart – great people having a great time makes a great festival. Stunning panoramic views of the countryside, a fully stocked bar of local ales and ciders, a mouth-watering selection of food and more live music than you could ever possibly take in. All you need to provide is the memories (and a killer fancy dress outfit).
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Tramlines 25th Jul / 03:00pm
Sheffield’s inner-city music festival is back for its sixth year, with our biggest lineup to date and loads of massive new developments for 2014. We’ll be taking over Sheffield city centre once more from 25th – 27th July, with Sister Sledge, Public Enemy, The Cribs, Katy B, Toddla T Sound’s full live set (featuring Shola Ama and Serocee), The Wedding Present, Deap Vally, Gold Panda, The Gaslamp Killer, Benji B, Lone, jonwayne, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Slow Club, Tiga, TOY and Bo Ningen all amongst the acts announced so far.
Brownstock 29th Aug / 02:00pm
For three days every September we, the Brown family, invite you to our overgrown house party – Brownstock Music Festival. Well, seriously overgrown in fact. Definitely in comparison to the early days, when the farm gates opened for 100 friends, 10 straw bales, 2 BBQs and 1 trailer for a stage.
What are you doing this summer?
Zazus Kitchen is about people, food and fun. A local place to meet, eat, drink, debate, sit peacefully with a good book, send an email, catch up with friends, or enjoy a cocktail or glass of wine on the terrace and just be. All day long. We are open for breakfasts, lunches and suppers. Or you can just pop in for a quick bite and a drink.
220 North Street,
Bristol, United Kingdom