LeeFest rebrands as Neverworld

Lee Denny, who started LeeFest as a back garden event in 2006, has announced that the festival will

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“Blurring genres drives growth”

Pop-up Michelin star restaurants, art installation and sporting events are being included in festival programmes to enhance visitor experience and broaden revenue stream, David Lindsay, senior consultant at AMR International explains

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Lumiere London 2018: sneak preview

Artichoke, the outdoor art events company that produces Lumiere London, has revealed ten of the artworks coming to the UK capital in January 2018

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Tall Ships Races Sunderland offers business opportunities

The organiser has announced offers for catering and bar concessions at sites across the city for the event next July. Companies are also invited to bid for spaces available to exhibit and trade goods and services

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Boomtown gets Gorillaz headline show

Gorillaz has signed up for a one-off UK exclusive performance at the Lion’s Den stage next year

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Tramlines relocates

Sarah Nulty, festival director of Tramlines, has received the council’s approval to host the event in Hillsborough Park, Sheffield, in 2018

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Simplyhealth run returns to Aberdeen

The second outing of the event will take place on Sunday 26 August 2018 with the 10k, half marathon and Family Run all returning

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Catfest London launches in 2018

New event is the brainchild of music journalist and author, Britt Collins, who hopes to turn the festival into a roadshow across Europe

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Artwork announces music festival in London

New event to be held on 11 August 2018 heralds Artwork’s vision to expand its business in the festival industry

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Event Production Show 2018 opens visitor registration

Leading event for the UK’s live event sector will take place from 28 February to 1 March 2018 at Olympia London

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Lovebox and Citadel confirm move to Brockwell Park

Bold statement on the websites of London’s Lovebox and Citadel confirm the move to south of the river in 2018

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NTIA teams up with Thekla

Bristol venue Thekla has joined forces with the Night Time Industries Association to host an event that will explore how the night-time economy can co-exist with urban development

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Mutiny under pressure over security

Following allegations of violent crime involving youngsters, the organiser has committed to making the event safer for under-18s

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Live events: no-go for mobile phones?

A new survey of 1,200 people between the ages of 16-30 shed lights on the use of mobile phones at gigs and festivals

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Glasgow 2018 gains momentum

The host city of the first European Championships has appointed Aggreko as the official temporary power supporter

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Loughborough University to host UEFA/FA tournament

Imago Venues, Loughborough University’s commercial venue provider, will provide event management support to host the UEFA European Under-17 Championship final tournament

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