Glastonbury organisers have applied for a licence to hold an event on the Worthy Farm site this year.
Back in January, after confirming that they would update Glasto lovers with news following cancellation speculation, Glastonbury festival's co-organisers Emily Eavis and Michael Eavis confirmed that 2021 will be another forced fallow year for the Somerset festival's flagship event.
Terminal V has announced the full line-up for its first ever two-day event this year.
After launching in 2017 as a one-day, two-stage event, Terminal V are heading back to Edinburgh this year for a two-day Halloween event on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st August.
There’s a festival with raves in a cave in Vietnam next month.
Club Savage, in Vietnam's capital city of Hanoi, has announced plans for a three-day festival in April in a town called Mai Chau.
With the club currently shuttered due to the pandemic, Savage (Re)treat aims to move the club's ethos and spirit to "another location outside of Hanoi, to blend art, music, people and nature together as a whole experience."
Primavera Sound has officially cancelled its 2021 edition.
After being forced to cancel the 2020 instalment of Primavera Sound in Barcelona, the team behind the festival have shared the news that this year's event will also be unable to go ahead due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The full line-up for this year's Hospitality in the Woods festival has been announced.
Serving as a brand new festival for 2021, London drum & bass staples Hospitality have announced its in the Woods festival, heading to Beckenham Place Park later this year.
Taking place across the weekend of the 18th and 19th of September, subject to government resrictions, the festival is part of Hospital Records’ 25TH anniversary celebrations, and has recruited a host of regulars and new faces to mark the occasion.
Glastonbury organisers have denied that the festival could go bankrupt.
After announcing another forced fallow year for Glastonbury amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, festival co-organiser Emily Eavis spoke with The Guardian about the future of Glastonbury, denying that the annual Somerset pilgrimage will go bankrupt.
Thousands of festival go-ers attended live music events in New Zealand over the new year.
While most of the globe remains on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, festivals and events during the festive period took place across New Zealand, with 20,000 people attending Gisborne's Rhythm and Vine Festival alone.
The country closed its borders and adhered to strict lockdown measures early on in the pandemic, and currently have fewer than 100 active cases of COVID-19 nationwide.
A sold-out art and music festival which took place from November 11th -15th in Tulum, Mexico, has been linked to a rising number of COVID-19 cases in New York, a report from the Daily Beast reveals.
Art With Me is a Burning Man-style beach festival, with a programme of art and wellness workshops during the day, and a line-up of electronic music acts at night.
A new festival, One Out, is scheduled to take place in Surrey in June 2021.
The house and disco festival is set to take place on 19th June 2021 at Apps Court Farm in Surrey, and will feature sets from the likes of Roger Sanchez, Artwork, Paul Woolford, Hannah Wants, Sam Divine, Krystal Klear and many more.
More names locked for the festival include Low Steppa, WEISS and LA LA, as well as residents Ben Read, Chris Thomas, Dale Castell, DEZ and LUCiD. You can see the full line-up so far here.
Glastonbury festival will reportedly go ahead in 2021.
In March, along with most events and festivals that were set to take place during 2020, legendary Somerset festival Glastonbury made the tough decision to cancel this year’s edition, sharing in a statement that it would be an “enforced fallow year" for the festival's 50th anniversary.