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Yesterday, 12:00

As some tired festival-goers retired to their tents for the night, including myself, there were many more who stayed out dancing their way into the early hours. The music had stopped, but their enthusiasm hadn’t dropped at all. How has the excitement not tired these fans out?

Your entertainment for the rest of the year is sorted with our 2017 guide. From events for families to adults only, we have it covered with shows at The Regent, Corn Exchange, Dance East and Wolsey Theatre.

The sun is shining, tents are pitched and V Festival 2017 is now fully underway.

At Newmarket, the home of the king of sports, a prince of pop galloped across the stage and delivered a sterling performance fit for the historic Suffolk town.

One of the most popular folk festivals in the country got under way yesterday as people started to pour in for three days of relaxed fun and excellent music.

One of the Guardian’s top festival picks, FolkEast returns to Glemham Hall today. We sat down with organisers Becky and John Marshall-Potter.

Singer-songwriter Tony James Shevlin has just recorded a new album which details a three month tour of the back roads of the USA. Arts editor Andrew Clarke met up with the musician who has a taste for Americana

Don’t let travelling to the festival cause you stress, check out our how to get there guide so your journey goes smoothly.

Elisabeth Leonskaja first played in public at the age of eleven and was a protégé of the Russian pianist Svjatoslav Richter.

It has been almost 60 years since Sir Cliff Richard was signed to a music label. To celebrate, we have created a quiz that will test your knowledge of his lyrics.

Elvis Presley, one of the world’s great stars, died 40 years ago next week. Arts editor Andrew Clarke looks back at his remarkable career and seeks to shine a spotlight on his often overlooked musical legacy.

Youth was indeed the name of the game in this exhilarating concert - not just the immensely talented players but two of the compositions were written by composers around the age of thirty. In chronological terms conductor and composer Thomas Ades might no longer quite fit the youth category but his energy and drive were the foundation of the evening’s success.

The Nash Ensemble is one of Britain’s foremost chamber groups, not only in the established repertory but in their commissioning and promotion of work by contemporary composers. However, in this well attended concert they turned to three of the most accessible and polished compositions from three giants of the classical era.

The summer instalment of a biannual music festival returns to Woodbridge later this month with its ‘silent discos’ back by popular demand.

Not knowing an awful lot about James I wasn’t sure what to expect when I headed down to Newmarket Racecourse tonight.

Jim Glennie of James talks about the accidental evolution behind their hits and enjoying the fear of playing new songs

Framlingham’s Ed Sheeran has been bagged four nominations in this year’s prestigious Q Awards.

Truly authentic and stunningly realistic Bill Lennon captured the sounds and music of Nobel Peace Prize winner Bob Dylan.

A Suffolk singer has performed the role of Mozart’s mistress in a theatre where the great composer wrote one of his masterpieces for.

Ed Sheeran will compete against friend Stormzy for this year’s Mercury Prize.

Suffolk’s top music festival, Latitude, is in the top five best music festivals nationwide for value for money, according to a new survey.

Hundreds turned out for the Ipswich Jazz Festival’s three day event, which hosted both national names and local artists.

At times it’s easy for the Snape Proms to be overshadowed by its grander, older sibling The Aldeburgh Festival, but, whereas the Festival reaches out to an international audience, the Snape Proms is more about providing the people of Suffolk with a diverse programme of music created by some of the world’s leading musicians.

A music festival has been set up to celebrate the life of a “larger than life character” who died suddenly earlier this year.

Thousands of families and eager festival-goers braved the changeable weather this weekend to enjoy top bands, food and art at Jimmy’s Festival.

KT Tunstall, headlining Jimmy’s Festival tonight, talks to entertainment writer Wayne Savage about “breaking up” with making records and starting a new chapter in her life.

Imagine a music festival featuring Queen, Oasis, and The Jam in the heart of Ipswich’s Christchurch Park.

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