Madness are offering public sector staff free tickets for their music festival later this month to celebrate the work they do.
A music festival has been cancelled after a backlash over a change of venue left fans requesting refunds.
Entering the post-Brexit referendum UK for the Womad world music festival has become so “difficult and humiliating” that performers are giving up, the organiser has said.
A record number of venues will take part in Dundee’s Almost Blue 2018 live music festival in just over a week’s time.
Almost Blue, Dundee’s live music festival, is back for another year this summer.
The line up for this year's Rewind Festival has been announced.
Efforts are under way to entice T in the Park bosses back to Perthshire.
Dundee could become home to an annual music festival, the man behind Carnival Fifty Six said — but only if the event is financially viable.
With only a few hours remaining until Dundee's biggest music festival in over a decade draws to a close party-goers are making the most of it.
Dundee's biggest music festival in 11 years, Carnival Fifty Six, is over.
Organisers of Dundee's Carnival Fifty Six have warned revellers that tickets downloaded tickets for free will be rejected at the gate.
City traders say they’re hoping for an economic boost when Carnival Fifty Six arrives in Dundee.
The second day of music festival Hope and Glory was cancelled after overcrowding marred day one.
The organisers of music festival Carnival Fifty Six today said they expect a surge of ticket sales in the next few weeks.
The organiser of Scotland's newest and biggest music festival, TRNSMT, says it was a great event for folk living in this country.
Two young Dundee bands were enjoying the biggest gigging experiences of their careers so far today with appearances at Scotland’s newest live music festival TRNSMT.
We have a pair of tickets to give away for the brand new TRNSMT music festival in Glasgow this summer.
People heading to Dundee’s biggest open-air free gala day, Westfest’s Big Sunday, will this year will be faced with two-metre-high fencing.
An independent music festival raising funds for charity is set to go ahead this weekend.
Dundee’s biggest one-day free music event is set to take over the city again, bringing an estimated £1 million into the local economy.