Saturday Sessions with Amelia Stephanides and Jøra The Førtuneteller for Enjoy Music More.
Lockdown has been extremely frustrating for all of us, to say the least.
A local music label is set to bring some new events to Norwich along with a great new studio deal for up and coming musicians.
Summer normally sees thousands of British holidaymakers flocking to Ibiza to sunbathe by day and dance the nights away.
While The Brickmakers in Norwich remains closed, music lovers will still be able to enjoy Brickfest this year as it will take place at the Norfolk Showground instead.
Norwich-based band HOOK have released a brand new single.
Alternative pop project Even Fred’s Happy have recently released a brand new single.
Organisers of the local Wild Paths festival have launched a fundraising campaign to help raise awareness around the effects COVID-19 has had on the music industry.
Local promoters BFR have returned to once again put on live music at the Bowling House in Norwich.
Singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi and indie-pop band Bastille have been announced as headliners for Latitude Festival 2021.
Live entertainment looks to be heading back to the region this summer, with the organisers of Red Rooster Festival confirming they will be staging a socially distanced event this September.
Latitude Festival is set to return bigger and better in 2021, after it was cancelled due to coronavirus this summer, and the date has now been revealed.
Local musicians will still get the chance to perform this week as Access Creative College broadcasts a virtual Latitude Festival Inbetweeners Stage via Twitch.
Norwich Cathedral has teamed up with more than 250 choristers to create a special lockdown recording to raise funds for an appeal for choirs unable to perform.
Pop Idol star Gareth Gates will take The Long and Winding Road up to Norfolk this summer for a new event The Drive-in Experience.
The landlords of The Brickmakers say despite pubs being allowed to open they fear they will be forced to remain shut, until live music - a key part of their income - is able to return.
There may not be much to look forward to at the moment, but look to the future and the ultimate festive party awaits as Slade are heading to Norwich.
Big Brother winner turned actor Pete Bennett is set to star in the latest music video for award-winning artist Rednek and it will be shot across Norfolk.
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.
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