“The benchmark for festivals across the world”: Why Scottish music fans are choosing Primavera Sound to kick off their summer

By Tony Inglis Imagine this day: you wake up, saunter down the sunny street to a cortado and a freshly baked pastry. Refreshed, you spend the day sightseeing in a city teeming with exuberance, shaded by beautiful buildings, and stepping in and out of some of the best museums and galleries Europe has to offer. … Continue reading “The benchmark for festivals across the world”: Why Scottish music fans are choosing Primavera Sound to kick off their summer

In a post-T in the Park world, how are Scottish festivals going to fare?

By Niall Christie This week marks one year from what may have been the last T in the Park, an infamous institution born out of love of music. Unfortunately, it was not the want of music and festival spirit that supported the festival for 23 years. Instead, wave after wave of insubordinate teenagers intent on … Continue reading In a post-T in the Park world, how are Scottish festivals going to fare?