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Field Day

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Pixies, Metronomy, Jamie XX, The Horrors, Temples, Pond, Drenge, Neneh Cherry, Danny Brown, Jagwar Ma, James Holden, Teleman, Jessy Lanza, John Wizards, Jon Hopkins, Todd Terje, Blood Orange, Thurston Moore, Future Islands, SBTRKT, FunkinEven, Simian Mobile Disco, Courtney Barnett, Omar Souleyman, Oneohtrix Point Never, Fat White Family, Seun Kuti And Fela's Egypt 80, Sky Ferreira, The Temper Trap, Warpaint, East India Youth, Erol Alkan/Daniel Avery + more. The leftfield festival

  1. Victoria Park Victoria Park Rd, E3 5SN
  2. Sat Jun 7 - Sun Jun 8
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Arcade Fire, Blondie, Dolly Parton, Elbow, Disclosure, Kasabian, Jack White, Rudimental, The 1975, Kelis, Warpaint, James Blake, Little Dragon, The Black Keys, Robert Plant, Lily Allen, Metronomy, London Grammar, Jurassic 5, De La Soul, Chvrches, Jagwar Ma, Lana Del Rey, Skrillex, Pixies, Massive Attack, MIA, Angel Haze, Four Tet, MGMT, Jake Bugg + more After all tickets sold out in record time (under two hours) last year, the Big Daddy of UK festivals lands once again in 2014,

  1. Worthy Farm Pilton, Shepton Mallett, BA4 4BY
  2. Wed Jun 25 - Mon Jun 30
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Live Jazz At The Rabbit

  • Free

Jazz music sessions in the cocktail bar featuring a variety of instrumentalists every week.

  1. The White Rabbit 125 Stoke Newington Church St, N16 0UH
  2. Thu Apr 24 - Thu Dec 18
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Jazz Skool

  • Free

The Jazz Skool quintet play hard bop, cool and soul jazz classics every Thursday night.

  1. Oui Madame 182 Stoke Newington Rd, N16 7UY
  2. Thu Apr 24 - Thu Jun 19
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Arcade Fire

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The world-conquering Montreal indie rockers play a big London show in support of their new album 'Reflektor'. They've added a dose of disco and an even bigger dollop of weird to the large-scale, layered and thrillingly uplifting orchestral pop of their early albums, and they'll be showing it off tonight with what should be another dramatic, euphoric live spectacle. Arcade Fire have requested fans wear 'formal attire' or a costume, as at the band's disco-inspired shows as The

  1. Earls Court Hammersmith Rd, W14 8UX
  2. Fri Jun 6 - Sat Jun 7
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Found Festival

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Damian Lazarus, DJ Sneak, Moodymann, Magda, Cassy, Heidi, Anja Schneider, Bicep, Ben Pearce, Noir, Darius Syrossian, San Soda, Citizen, Ejeca, Matt Tolfrey, Darius Syrossian, Jay Shepheard + more. This daytime dance party in Haggerston Park is organised by forward-thinking London club night Found, who have put on some great nights over the past few years. 11am is an early start for your average London clubber, but those who stagger down there after Friday's partying will be

  1. Haggerston Park Audrey Street, off Goldsmith's Row, E2 8QH
  2. Sat Jun 14
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Isle Of Wight

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kins of Leon, Suede, Calvin Harris, Biffy Clyro, Boy George, Clean Bandit, Anna Calvi, The Polyphonic Spree, Alison Moyet, Katy B, Fall Out Boy, Inspiral Carpets, Duke Dumont, The Specials, Tom Odell, Rudimental, Starsailor, Suede, John Newman, Gorgon City, The 1975, The Horrors, The Strypes, The Vamps, Travis. A distant descendant of the enormous festival which brought around 600,000 people (almost six times the island's population) to the Isle of Wight in

  1. Seaclose Park Fairlee Road, PO30 2EA
  2. Thu Jun 12 - Mon Jun 16
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Calling Festival

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Aerosmith, Stevie Wonder, Richie Sambora, Joe Bonamassa, Thunder, Walking Papers + more tba. Hard Rock Calling is no more. Long live… Calling Festival. Not quite as rock 'n' roll in title (it sounds like a telesales conference, no?), but still packing a hefty musical punch, the renamed festival has also relocated again, this time moving from the Olympic Park to Clapham Common. Chucking powerchords around Clapham with scant regard for health and safety are US stadium rock kings

  1. Clapham Common Windmill Drive, SW4 9DE
  2. Sat Jun 28 - Sun Jun 29
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Justin Timberlake

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From Disney Channel star to *NSync, from 'Justified' to 'Suit and Tie', JT is an irrepressible performer who was responsible for some of the most impressive R&B – and dance moves – of the noughties. Even if parts of his new album 'The 20:20 Experience' were a tad bloated, Trousersnake has enough huge, falsettoed pop hits to keep an audience grooving all night. And despite his frequent hilarious appearances on Jimmy Fallon's show in the US, don't count on any April

  1. The O2 Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX
  2. Tue Jun 10
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Demi Lovato

From childhood actor starring alongside a giant purple dinosaur to double platinum-selling recording artist. It's a well-trodden route and one that former 'Barney & Friends' star Demi Lovato has nailed pretty well. Tonight, she brings her brand of sugary electro-pop and chart-focused R&B ballads to north London for a rare UK date, belting out hits such as 'Let It Go' and 'Heart Attack'.

  1. Koko 1a Camden High St, NW1 7JE
  2. Sun Jun 1
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Aerosmith, Avenged Sevenfold, Linkin Park, Aerosmith, Rob Zombie, Fall Out Boy, Alter Bridge, Status Quo, Steel Panther, Trivium, The Offspring + more. There might be more metal festivals now than ever before but this is the UK's premier gig for the heavy stuff. Drawing in every kind of hard-riffing band, whether it's rock behemoths or the latest thrash, screamo and emo acts, there's still no finer festival for dedicated headbangers. US rock kings Aerosmith are the big-draw

  1. Donington Park Castle Donington, Derby, DE74 2RP
  2. Fri Jun 13 - Sun Jun 15
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The Big Noise Festival

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Set up to raise money for The Big Issue Foundation and awareness of homelessness in Britain, this one-day music festival runs all day and well into the night. The line-up is still to be announced, but if it's anything like last year there'll be a solide music line-up alongside enough theatre, spoken word, visual and performance art, films and circus performers to fill up every nook and cranny of the Bussey Building.

  1. The Bussey Building/CLF Art Cafe Rye Lane, SE15 4ST
  2. Sat Jun 14 - Sun Jun 15
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London Grammar

Formed at Nottingham University in 2011, London Grammar burst onto the blogs and the radio in early 2013 on the back of their 'Metal & Dust' EP. They're led by Hannah Reid's mannered, Florence-ish vocals, and have picked up plenty of comparisons to The XX for their downbeat instrumentals. We didn't think much at all of their 'incurably samey and skin-deep' debut album 'If You Wait', but it was a favourite for the Mercury Prize shortlist and has certainly picked them up a shedload

  1. O2 Academy Brixton 211 Stockwell Rd, SW9 9SL
  2. Tue Jun 3 - Wed Jun 4
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The Orwells

‘Sounding real raunchy and shit,’ say The Orwells of themselves, and they’re not wrong. Fans of early Black Lips and general extreme lo-fi garage rock will approve of this energetic Illinois five-piece. Fans of the author born Eric Blair may not, though.

  1. Dingwalls (Lock 17) Camden Lock, Chalk Farm Road, Camden Town, NW1 8AB
  2. Thu Jun 5
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CC14 (The Camden Crawl)

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Of Montreal, ABC, The Field, Yuck, Atari Teenage Riot, Mouse On Mars, Steve Mason, Alexis Taylor, Au Revoir Simone, Dirty Beaches, Ghetts, Girls Names, The KVB, Crushed Beaks, The Fauns, Gaps, Gnarwolves, Novella, Rachel Dadd, Thought Forms + more. After relocating to Dublin last summer, the Camden Crawl is back in north London for 2014 – but the times, they are a-changin': goodbye 'Camden Crawl', hello CC14. Apart from the name sounding a bit like a motivational seminar, CC14

  1. Various Camden venues
  2. Fri Jun 20 - Sun Jun 22
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