As an Algerian it is possible that I may be somewhat biased in telling you to visit Algeria, but hear me out, because it really is the hidden gem you’ve been looking for.Read More »
*ARTICLE BY THOMAS LYONS*
For any signature artist, the pinnacle of performing at a headline-topping festival full of chart-dominating acts such as Dua Lipa, AJ Tracey, Jax Jones and many more highlights the importance of the diversity in music to portray different musicians, bands and solos with different ambitions to deliver for their fans.
90,000 plus spectators packed into the iconic Richfield Avenue campsite to start a weekend of crazy antics and enjoy the wealth of talent on show on the Main Stage that saw Kendrick Lamar, The Courteeners, Jhus and other top names deliver electrifying sets whilst the smaller setup on the BBC Radio 1Xtra and BBC Radio One Music stages certainly made up for the gaps in the daily lineup and anticipation for the very best under Festival Republic.» >Read More »
After a long and crazy weekend at Reading Festival 2018 this weekend, we finally have time to sit down and reflect on some of the many highlights which took place. It was an honour to attend the festival on behalf of The Spark where we met other great members of the media and watched so many amazing performances from both prominent and rising artists…
Our first highlight is Rex Orange County; at the age of just twenty years old it was crazy how huge the crowd of dedicated fans singing along to his songs such as Loving is Easy and Best Friend was.» >Read More »
(ARTICLE BY FIONA PATERSON)
You are looking to book your next holiday, but which way do you go:culture or chill? Perhaps you are tired from the daily grind and fancy a holiday where you don’t have to do much but you still experience another country’s culture. Maybe you are a student who just wants to chill but feels pressured to travel gap year style and soak in the sights?» >Read More »
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Reading Festival is undoubtedly a must-attend summer event for all young Southerners and with this year’s rock meets indie meets electronic line-up it is definitely not one to be missed. Stretching across the August bank holiday weekend (26th – 28th), it is situated perfectly in the middle of every student’s summer holidays.
Reading and Leeds are sibling festivals and so share the same acts, nevertheless Reading holds the original site for the festival at Richfield Avenue.» >Read More »