Thousands of tickets go on sale this morning for the Downs Festival in Bristol.
Last year's event on Durdham Downs sold out in just a couple of hours, with 27,000 people watching Massive Atttack play in their home city.
2 September will see Elbow, Seasick Steve, De La Soul and Groove Amanda take to the stage.
Video shows the last bricks of the 1970s Bristol Old Vic frontage being removed to make way for the theatre's brand new look.Read the full story ›
Bristol boy Henry Garrett has shot to fame in Hollywood but says he hasn't forgotten his Bristol rootsRead the full story ›
The UK's biggest selling singles artist of the 1980s - Shakin Stevens - is playing in Bath tonight as part of a new UK tour.Read the full story ›
8.7 million people watched the final ever Broadchurch - the show's biggest audience to date.Read the full story ›
Returning judge Paul Hollywood is joined by Prue Leith, Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig.Read the full story ›
Europe's largest live street art festival partner with Aardman to celebrate Morph's 40th Birthday with a portrait of iconic character.Read the full story ›
The 2017 TV Bafta nominations have been announced, with The Crown leading the way, appearing in five different categories.Read the full story ›
Co-Founder of the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, is to bring Pet Sounds and other hits to the festival.Read the full story ›
This week there will be another chance to get tickets for the festival held at Worthy Farm in June.
Glastonbury Festival organisers have announced details of their ticket resale.
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