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PREVIEW: MK, SONNY FODERA, LOW STEPPA, ELI BROWN & DJ SKT HEAD UP ‘BEACHJAM’ SUMMER FESTIVAL


BeachJam are pleased to announce the full line up for their inaugural summer festival  at Redcar’s stunning Majuba Beach on Saturday 3rd August, with internationally renowned DJ & chart-topping producer; MK is set to headline their debut event.


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PREVIEW: PRIDE FESTIVAL RETURNS BIGGER THAN EVER BEFORE


ONE OF the UK’s leading LGBT+ festivals returns to the North East this summer, with its most ambitious event to date.


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PREVIEW: This is Tomorrow


Organisers of This is Tomorrow Festival have confirmed that it will make a return in 2019 with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds being confirmed as the first of its heavyweight headliners on the billing!


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PREVIEW: HOMEGROWN TALENT HEADING TO HARDWICK LIVE


THREE OF THE North East’s top DJs will be returning to the region to entertain festival-goers this summer.


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PREVIEW: Hit the North Festival


Jake Bugg, Tom Grennan, The Blinders, Catherine McGrath, Blaenavon and Dylan Cartlidge have been confirmed as just some of the line up for this years Hit the North Festival in Newcastle.


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PREVIEW: HARDWICK LIVE 2018


THE North East’s biggest live music event has its line up for what will be this summer’s hottest festival – extended into two full days of sizzling entertainment for the first time.


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PREVIEW: BENTS PARK FINAL SUNDAY CONCERT…


MUSICAL stars Heather Small, Atomic Kitten and Rebecca Ferguson are setting sail for South Shields this weekend, with support from one of the region’s biggest businesses.


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REVIEW: Catfish and the Bottlemen @ Newcastle Spillers Wharf


The Welsh rock band known as Catfish and the Bottlemen visited Newcastle on Friday as part of the ‘This is Tomorrow’ festival....


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PREVIEW: Catfish and the Bottlemen @ This is Tomorrow Festival


Catfish And The Bottlemen have been revealed as the headliner of a new music festival, This is Tomorrow, set to launch on the banks of the River Tyne in May 2018


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PREVIEW: This is Tomorrow Huge Quayside Music Festival To Launch in Newcastle Spring 2018


Catfish And The Bottlemen have been revealed as the headliner of a new music festival, This is Tomorrow, set to launch on the banks of the River Tyne in May 2018


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