This weekend sees the team behind Bestival bring Common People to Southampton Common for the third year running. Headlining Saturday night is critically acclaimed DJ Pete Tong, with the Heritage Orchestra who’s talents were highlighted at the Royal Albert Hall a few years ago. Pete Tong brought the whole orchestra
Bestival organiser Rob da Bank made his new day festival brand, Common People, return to Southampton for a second instalment. The new event began last year with Grace Jones and Fatboy Slim headlining. 2016 saw the same festival begin in Oxford with a second year playing out at Southampton Common.
Bestival’s Common People is just around the corner for its second instalment. The festival, curated by Bestival founder Rob da Bank, returns to Southampton Common on the upcoming May bank holiday weekend. As well as a host of major acts including Duran Duran, Craig David and David Rodigan taking to
With Common People Southampton fast approaching its second year, we got the chance to have a chat with legendary DJ Zinc ahead of his performance with David Rodigan’s Ram Jam. Read the interview below: Hi Zinc, Your playing at Common People festival, what is your take on Rob da Bank
The new day festival from the Bestival family is back. Common People will return to Southampton Common for a second year. Rob da Bank and co have been super-busy creating a bank holiday weekend extravaganza for all the family to enjoy. Common People embodies Bestival’s young, energetic vibe, and after
2008 saw Rob da Bank’s Bestival turn to a muddy hellhole, and reduced the festival to an event planners nightmare. Ever since, though, a series of British Indian summers have seen Bestival propel itself to the top of the festival tree; one of the best in the UK. The Bestival
Bestival, on the Isle of Wight, is now one of the biggest and best festivals in the UK, and this year Rob da Bank and his team are sailing to the mainland to bring us Common People; a two-day metropolitan jamboree set in the verdant surrounds of Southampton Common. For