Festival Reviews

Festival : Winterstorm Festival 2018, Troon, Scotland

Winterstorm Festival in Troon, Scotland is now into its 3rd year and is going from strength to strength. From an

Festival Review: Rockest 80’s Festival at the Amphitheater at Miramar Regional Park in Miramar, FL November 2018

Miramar, Fl – This past weekend, fans relived their younger years jamming’, singing and head banging along to some the

Festival Review: The Sunshine Festival at Upton upon Severn in Worcestershire , August 2018

The Sunshine Festival 2018 The Sunshine Festival is located in Upton-upon-Severn which is the smallest town in the Malvern Hills

Festival Review: Troon Comes Alive To The Sound of Music – Live@Troon 2018

Live@Troon 2018 // Troon, Ayrshire, Scotland  Festival Review: Patchchord News correspondents Kevin McGinn and Kerrin Carr attended Ayrshire’s Live@Troon 2018 Saturday and Sunday

Photo Gallery: Electric Fields 2018 with Headliners – Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds,& Leftfield

Friday 31st August 2018- Day 2 at Electric Fields 2018. Electric Fields for many was going to be the big

Festival Review : Electric Fields 2018 kicks off in style first day of three. Thursday 30.08.2018

2018 was the fifth anniversary of Electric Fields and to help celebrate this year the festival became a three-day event

Festival Review: Rewind South- 80’s Festival – Sunday 19th August 2018

Day two of the fantastic 80’s Rewind Festival South, saw the sun shine brightly on Henley On Thames. While the early

Festival Review: Rewind South – 80’s Festival 10th Anniversary – Saturday 18th Aug 2018

The 80’s celebration festival circuit is celebrating its 10 year anniversary and the party mood is in full flow at Rewind

Festival Review: Rewind Festival Scone Palace Scotland 2018

Review and photography by Steve Perks “I can’t live without the rain” sang Headliners Status Quo – but they had

Festival Review: Be Prog! My Friend Festival 2018

A Review by: Rachit Gupta and photography: Tessy Troes For the fifth time Barcelona’s “Poble Espanyol” – which translates to ‘Spanish town’