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Ultimate list of themed music cruises

As promised last month, here is our monster list of music cruises. These events are much more than just concert cruises; they are interactive events where everyone has a backstage pass. Whether you're a goth, metal-head, rocker, raver or jazz enthusiast, there is a music cruise for you in this list.... Read more

Up Coming Music Festivals on the Alps

As Easter break draws closer, travel savvy skiers/snowboarders are looking for more than just powdery white slopes when deciding on their final ski trip of the season. And in an effort to tempt visitors, ski areas around Europe are organizing an array of endless body rocking festivities to mark the ... Read more

10 of the best Summer Music Festivals from Around the World

Now that summer has finally arrived it's time to dig out the flip flops, slap on the factor 30 and make your way to the highlight of the summer; music festivals. These can be found across the globe and are the ultimate feel good summer events, and today we look at the first 8 festivals you can enjoy... Read more

The ultimate guide to 2015's best festivals

The word 'festival' almost invariably brings to mind images of welly-clad punters squelching through the mud 'somewhere, somewhere in a field in Hampshire' (as Pulp so memorably put it). Just thinking that festivals start and end with the likes of Glastonbury is to do the others a disservice. After... Read more

The cruise ship features you’ve got to see to believe

When we decided to look into the world of decadent cruising, we decided to chat to a blogger who loves taking to the high seas as much as we do. That’s where the editor of Cruise Hive, Emrys Thakkar, comes in. He’s been exploring the world for many years, and he’s travelled on some truly incredible ... Read more

Don't cruise, you lose: Why cruising's where it's at

Cruising used to be the domain of the elderly and infirm, people who didn’t like flying, and people who liked to take their travel at a slower pace. These days, it’s way cooler than stuffing yourself on a plane and not leaving your resort for two weeks. Here’s why. Danielle Fear from Cruise Miss ... Read more

Ten reasons why you should avoid Glastonbury and book a last-minute break

The UK's biggest music festival kicks off this Wednesday, and if you're not going, prepare yourself for the onslaught of social media updates. There'll be pictures of sepia-toned cans of cider. They'll be grainy, fuzzy videos of a late-night rave in a dodgy-looking tent. People will wear flowery hea... Read more

Top tips to ensure you stay safe this festival season

Festival season's almost here - but the fun isn't just limited to the UK. There's so much going on in other countries - and we want to make sure you're always safe, and ready to have fun. We've put together some guidelines which cover the best practices for avoiding theft, injury and illness while ... Read more

The Dark Adrenaline Winter Sports Playlist 2015 - 2016

Whether you're a pop fan (we're not judging you) or you prefer something with a slightly harder edge, we thought some of you could do with a new playlist for your winter holiday.  So, we approached Dark Adrenaline and asked them about their favourite songs to ski and snowboard to. They were only to... Read more

What's touring the world with a band like? We talk to ex-Cradle of Filth bass player Dave Pybus

He’s probably best known for his time playing bass in Cradle of Filth, but bass guitarist Dave Pybus has been in several touring bands, including Anathema, and the US band Prong. He started touring around 1995 and came off the road in 2012, after playing well over 1,000 shows abroad. We've always b... Read more

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