Although fairly quiet at the start of the week, big names are live-streaming in the latter half. We have you covered here at The Edge for all things live-streaming!
Live editor, Jo Lisney, brings her experience of the day she saw BMTH live in 2015 through memes. Do you agree with her choice?
Our FEPS officer, Charlotte Brennan, was lucky to attend the last Vans Warped Tour in the US in 2018. As Charlotte reflects on this, she also compares it to UK festivals to answer the ultimate question: are UK festivals better?
Our live editor, Jo Lisney, has this weeks’ music live-streams that you should check out.
Edge Editor, Morgan McMillan, lays down how you can beat the blues this coming COVID Freshers’. Who needs a club when you can have your own at home?!
Georgie Holmes focuses on how Live shows have adapted and will need to adapt for the future. After the first socially distanced gig in August 2020, Georgie also reflects on the positives of such layout.
Records Editor, Alice Fortt, takes on the mighty topic of UK and US festivals to compare not only why they are different, but also why one is superior to the other. From the music to the atmosphere, Alice leaves no stone untouched!
This week, Jo Lisney give you a run down of what to tune into. With a online concert featuring big names to up and coming British talent, we have you covered.
News Editor, Sam Pegg, takes a spin on the one and only infamous Jesters.
As the cold weather hits, why not see what is going on in the world of live-streams with us at The Edge?
From folk rock to jazz, our Live editor gives you the run down of what you should be live streaming this coming week.
As a performer, Erfan Najimi talks about why they got involved with Latin and Ballroom. By giving it a go, Erfan discovered their passion for dance and discusses why they love to perform.
Louise Chase writes about why clubs should stay closed as we approach 2020 Freshers. Louise highlights other experiences that returning and new students can do in the city other than clubbing.