Plymouth's biggest music event of the year MTV Crashes kicks off tonight on the Hoe.
Tinie Tempah and Little Mix have both been confirmed for the first night of the two-day music festival - the second night is a Club MTV special.
35,000 people are expected on the Hoe for the sold-out event, which will be broadcast around the world.
MTV Crashes Plymouth is going to be awesome. It’s so beautiful down there. I can’t wait to get out there and perform by the sea this summertime.
It’s going to be a wicked show!
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The Glastonbury Festival might have to move in the future, says founder Michael Eavis.Read the full story ›
In an exclusive interview with ITV News, the founder of the Glastonbury Festival says he may have to move the event somewhere else - because landowners want an ever-increasing slice of money for renting their land.
Michael Eavis says it is becoming more and more difficult to negotiate terms and it would be hard for him to hit his target of raising £2 million for charity this year.
He also said that the planned break in the festival for 2017 had been scrapped.
You can watch David Woodland's report here:
In an exclusive interview with ITV News, Michael Eavis has revealed that the festival, which was due to take a year off in 2017 to allow the land to recover, will be taking place after all.
The fallow year has simply been postponed until 2018.
It's all to do with the negotiations with local farmers for the use of their land. So there will be a festival in 2016 and 2017 and then a break in 2018.
To find out more of what the festival founder told us, click here.
Sir Elton John has taken to the stage in front of thousands at the Eden Project, the first time he has performed in Cornwall for 30 yearsRead the full story ›
The excitement is building as Cornwall prepares to welcome one of the biggest names in rock to its biggest music venue, the Eden Project, tonight.
It will be the first time Sir Elton John has performed in Cornwall in 30 years, and it's no surprise the event's 6,000 tickets were snapped up in minutes when they went on sale last December.
He's at the Eden Project for two nights as part of the attraction's summer session of concerts. Last time it was the Cornwall Coliseum, which has since been demolished.
We'll be at Eden live tonight, bringing you all the excitement from what is set to be one of the highlights of the Eden Sessions' 13-year history.
Sir Elton joins an illustrious list of more than 70 acts who have performed here since they began in 2002.
Sir Elton John will be playing his first performance in Cornwall tonight for 30 years.
He is at the Eden Project for two nights as part of the attraction's summer session of concerts. Sir Elton last appeared at the Cornwall Coliseum which has now been demolished.
Devon runner Jo Pavey has been awarded an MBE for services to athletics.
The 41 year old mum-of-two won the 10,000m gold medal at the European Championships last year, and has competed in the Olympics four times.
1,163 people were honoured this year - 70% of those were recognised for their community work. Our reporter John Andrews went to meet some of the West Country's local heroes.
An actor from Devon who studied in Somerset has won a major award in the United States.
Alex Sharp from Sidmouth was presented with a Tony Award for 'Best Leading Actor' in New York last night.
The 25-year-old was recognised for his performance as boy with autism in 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time' on Broadway.
Alex attended Yeovil College and it was his first professional role.