Latitude Festival will be bursting into life this summer as Snow Patrol are set to make a triumphant return after they were forced to cancel their headline slot in 2019.
Jools Holland, king of the boogie piano, is not only bringing his celebrated Rhythm & Blues Orchestra back to the Ipswich Regent this autumn but, for the first-time, is teaming up with 70s superstar Leo Sayer to make audiences "feel like dancing".
Felixstowe's Spa Pavilion Theatre, on the seafront, is offering audiences the opportunity to see some powerful theatre.
A series of events is planned between Ipswich Cornhill and Waterfront.
Pop superstars The Pussycat Dolls will complete the line-up for this year's Newmarket Nights with a live peformance in July, it has been announced.
From Strictly stars, to comedians and some of the biggest singers in the world - here is a list of all the famous faces you can see in Suffolk in 2020.
The popular beer festival will return to Milsoms Kesgrave Hall this spring offering guests unlimited craft ales, beers and prosecco paired with live music.
Arts Council England has announced fresh support for independent music venues at Ipswich's Smokehouse.
A popular pub in Ipswich is throwing a Brexit-themed party on Friday night.
Nine-year-old Ipswich drumming sensation Nandi Bushell has proved her talent yet again - playing at a London music venue in a David Bowie tribute concert.
Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran could win a Grammy tonight - adding yet another top award to his long list of honours.
Legendary country-rock group Asleep at the Wheel will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary with an exclusive live UK festival appearance at Red Rooster 2020.
The Apex enjoys being an integral part of the cultural landscape of West Suffolk and what better way to celebrate local talent than hosting a showcase dedicated to up-coming bands and performers.