Let’s Rock Norwich in Earlham Park has been postponed until 2021 due to coronavirus, but fans can still rock out in their living rooms this summer at an online 80s festival.

Epic Studios in Norwich is broadcasting a live music fundraiser showcasing local talent to raise money for the ‘Save Our Venues’ national campaign.

A popular Norfolk jazz band is considering a name change amid concerns over its links to America’s southern former slave states.

The Norfolk five-piece push the boundaries brilliantly on their latest album, says ADAM AIKEN.

The boss of Latitude Festival, which was cancelled this summer due to coronavirus, has outlined a plan of how the entertainment industry could reopen fully by November.

A theatre in Great Yarmouth could be among the first in the country to re-open .

EDP online debate will cover the future of live venues in the region.

Michael Buble, who was due to perform at Blickling Hall this July, has rescheduled his tour to summer 2021.

Let’s Rock Norwich, due to take place over the May bank holiday weekend, has been rescheduled for a second time due to coronavirus.

Let’s Rock Norwich may have been postponed until September, but in the meantime fans can still enjoy an eighties party at home as the event goes online.

A record-breaking Norfolk singer songwriter is supporting self-isolating elderly and vulnerable people in his community, by hosting ‘Dial-a-Song’ open-air concerts from the back of his adapted milk float.

Frontman of pop-rock band The 1975 Matty Healy is spending lockdown away from the spotlight in rural Norfolk, where he is using the time to make music.

A popular dance music festival held at Houghton Hall has been postponed for a year due to coronavirus.

Fans of Tom Jones will now need to wait a little longer to see him in Norwich as the show has been postponed until 2021 due to coronavirus.

The Walnut Tree Shades in Norwich has been a live music venue for the last 35 years, but mounting debts caused by coronavirus lockdown mean it could be forced to close.

The cast of hit 80s show Rock for Heroes is going live this weekend for a 24-hour fundraiser to raise money for the NHS.

A campaign has been launched to save The Brickmakers pub and live music venue as the coronavirus pandemic looks set to leave them with no funds by the end of June.

What was your best-ever gig or festival? Live music might be on hold at the moment because of the coronavirus crisis, but our readers and staff have been sharing their top musical moments.

The Killers have today confirmed a new date for their gig at Norwich City’s Carrow Road stadium.

The organisers of Red Rooster Festival are giving away free tickets to NHS staff and other frontline workers to thank them for their heroic work fighting coronavirus.

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