Residents say they are being forced to leave their homes every year during a popular music festival - and have called for the event to be relocated.
Scottish music festival TRNSMT is to “hand over” the announcement of its latest line-up to fans online.
Chvrches and Royal Blood are among a second wave of acts added to the line-ups for the Reading and Leeds festivals.
Nile Rodgers and Chic have been added to the line-up for the Hampton Court Palace Festival.
The Northern Irish frontman of Snow Patrol has expressed despair at the risk of a hard border as a result of Brexit – adding that it would be the “worst thing possible” for his country’s people.
Irish band Snow Patrol will return to headline Latitude Festival this year, more than a decade after headlining the inaugural event in 2006.
Attendees of this weekend's first ever Pride event in Dundee are being warned of searches ahead of the event in the City Square.
Music lovers looking to see out the festival season in style have gathered in their thousands for this year’s End Of The Road festival.
More people than ever have attended shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, according to organisers.
Questions have arisen over the future of a major Tayside music event after its producers announced they would no longer be involved after this year.
Scottish rock band Primal Scream will headline a festival to celebrate the opening of the V&A Dundee.
Eight people were arrested for minor public order offences on the first day of the TRNSMT music festival.
Hundreds of people turned out for a mix of sun, music and culinary delights at the annual Newport Festival.
Thousands of festival-goers helped make sure the city’s eighth WestFest festival was one of the most successful yet.
The xx star Romy Madley Croft spoke of how emotional she felt as the band performed a homecoming gig in London’s Victoria Park.
Incredible kindness as £40k raised in just eight days to send Tracey to Germany for cancer treatment
A fundraising drive to send a Dundee woman to Germany for cancer treatment has raised almost £40,000 in just eight days.
American rapper Travis Scott, singer Kate Nash and rock bands Slaves, The Vaccines, The Kooks and The Horrors have been added to the Reading and Leeds festivals line-up.
Sir Tom Jones, Rag’n’Bone Man and Kasabian will be among the headliners at a new festival in Scotland’s capital.
Dundee's first major music festival looks poised to return next year —despite its founder and boss quitting after just one year.
Thousands of people turned out for Carnival Fifty Six at Camperdown Park at the weekend to enjoy acts including Mark Ronson, Rudimental and The Charlatans.