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  • Norwich Evening News

    You can download the Sundown Festival app on Android and IOS which will give you the set times direct to your phone and also will give you notifications fifteen minutes ahead of an artist starting.

  • ITV News

    Matthew Phillip is the new boss of the Notting Hill Carnival. What's his vision for Europe's biggest street party and can he change its reputation for crime?

  • Saddlewoth Independent

    HOT on the heels of their headline appearances at Vicar’s Picnic in Maidstone and Penn Festival in Buckinghamshire, Starsailor will be headlining the Cotton Clouds Festival on Saturday, August 18, writes Louis Stowe.

  • The Resident

    The competition is now in its 40th year, but this year, for the first time, it will be a ticketed event with all money raised split among the musicians equally. Plus there’ll be food, dancing and the chance to vote for your personal favourite on the Notting Hill Carnival app. 6-11pm.

  • Condé Nast Traveller

    The competition is now in its 40th year and this is the first time that it will be ticketed (all money raised will be split among the musicians equally). Plus there’ll be food, dancing and the chance to vote for your personal favourite on the NHC app.

  • Gigslutz

    Lined up on the same bill as The Chemical Brothers, Annie Mac, Lily Allen and Friendly Fires, McKenna is set to storm the Boardmasters Watergate stage on Sunday, August 12. Not only is the final day of the festival blessed with his presence, but Second Screen shall also see the 19-year-old singer/songwriter hijacking their official Boardmasters App for the day. Expect to be let in on backstage secrets, behind-the-scenes antics and who McKenna has tipped for stardom. He will post to the App via a verified account so you can follow his mayhem first-hand, as well as simultaneously keeping up-to-date with festival information, checking stage times and plotting your way around an interactive map. There is even the chance to curate your own bespoke festival schedule and receive push notifications before your favourite acts hit the stage!

  • Cornwall Live

    For tickets and more details head to the Boardmasters website for exact stage times for each act download the app.

  • Mayor Of London

    The Notting Hill Carnival, Europe's biggest street festival is organised by London Notting Hill Carnival Enterprises Trust.

  • Soca News

    The hall was hot and steamy and reverberating to the sound of steelpan. Round the sides, stalls offered cold beers, rum punch, doubles and patties, and in the garden moko jumbies strutted their stuff as more pan played. Mas glittered from the gallery and powerful but enigmatic African masks dominated the stage.

  • Mirror

    There's a Notting Hill Carnival app which is available on IOS and Google Play. Revellers can also access to pre event information on the new website and social channels giving those attending the opportunity to plan ahead.

  • WITH GUITARS

    Notting Hill Carnival Ltd (NHCL), the official organisers of the Notting Hill Carnival 2018, have launched a brand new app that will give carnival goers a simple way to stay in touch with everything that is happening at carnival before, during and after the weekend in real time. Available from Apple Store: http://bit.ly/iOS_NHC and Google Play: http://bit.ly/android_NHC

  • TimeOut

    Plan your day at Carnival now – here's all you need to know about travel, visiting with children and staying safe For the first time, Carnival organisers have produced a handy app, complete with GPS. Available from the Apple Store and Google Play.

  • Somerset Live

    The festival has introduced its own app for the first time ever, which can be downloaded here.

  • Pets Mag

    Pets Magazine is a monthly digital pet and pet owner lifestyle magazine featuring new and luxury products for you and your pet, pet pampering, dog friendly and pet friendly hotels & cottages, restaurants & pubs and activities as well as news, advice columns, health & wellbeing, fashion features, and much more.

  • Glasswerk

    Surf/music festival Boardmasters is returning this summer, and to go alongside another stellar line-up, it's re-booting its very own app.

  • I Love Manchester

    Neighbourhood Weekender took over Victoria Park in Warrington for two days, packed with talent across the musical spectrum and some of Manchester’s favourite bands.

  • Warrington Guardian

    Organisers have revealed a free Neighbourhood Weekender app to keep people up-to-date.

  • Live UK

    Second Screen is to be adopted by at least five more UK festivals this summer, Neighbourhood Weekender (cap. 25,000) in Warrington, NASS (15,000), Somerset, El Dorado (5,000), Herefordshire, and The Long Road (5,000) and Handmade (1,000), both in Leicestershire.

  • Cool as Leicester

    Festival season is coming and Leicester’s own star independent event, Handmade Festival, is soon to hit the O2 Academy on 5 & 6 May. A whole host of the best musical talent will be hitting the town and one of those talents will be Halifax wunderkinds Sidonie, Esme and Henry of The Orielles.

  • Manchester Evening News

    The Manchester Punk Festival returns for 2018 next week - with a bumper line up of music, film, food and drink. Propagandhi, Iron Chic, Lightyear, Culture Shock, Wonk Unit and Death By Stereo headline the music side of the three day event, from Thursday April 19 to Saturday April 21.

  • Gigslutz

    Niall Green, CEO of Second Screen and young veteran of music festivals, makes apps for the creative industries. He’s an entrepreneur with a business idea firmly rooted in tech: a future-proof area of the industry. His experience in music, at just 24, is unrivalled. Here are his tips on getting a foot in the door and how to keep it there!

  • Gigslutz

    Halifax trio The Orielles are confirmed to be taking over the official HandMade Festival app this May. The band, consisting of Esme (vocals, bass), Sidonie (drums) and Henry (guitar) will play the Leicester Festival at the O2 Academy Leicester, and will update the HandMade app whilst there.

  • IQ Magazine

    Fresh from showcasing their abilities at ILMCs tech panel, Second Screen is rolling out a number of new features this year..

  • The Monitors

    The development of apps within the music industry isn’t something that gets that much coverage. Surely though, it’s something that is happening more and more as technology progresses and people are on their phones constantly. Will we soon see the focus start to switch to the people who are making these apps? Will there soon be artists who’re designing their own apps alongside their own music? There are plenty of interesting conversations to be had...

  • GIGWISE

    We appreciate that the Gigwise editors are probably among the very few people who view the website on an actual computer. Therefore, to enhance your experience, you can now move swiftly and smoothly around our content via the brand new Gigwise App, available on iPhone and Android.

  • TECH ADDICTS

    A chat with Niall Green from Second Screen, producers of engaging applications for events, venues and festivals. Follow Second Screen on Twitter for more up to date information.

Press Releases

  • With brand new mobile apps provided by Second Screen London—August 6, 2018Europe’s largest street Carnival launches its official app with Second ScreenSecond Screen, the festival and live event app platform, is this year partnering with Notting Hill Carnival to produce the official Carnival app for 2018. Made in close collaboration with Carnival organisers and veterans, […]

  • London—June 19, 2018On the 25th May the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force, giving consumers more control over what personal data organisations can collect and move to other companies, even allowing them to demand that they delete their personal information altogether. Overnight, thousands of businesses woke up to find that the majority of […]

  • CAPITALISING UPON HIGHLY-ENGAGED FESTIVAL AUDIENCE London—June 14, 2018Second Screen kicks-off record festival season with big win for rock ‘n’ roll finery brand. New features just released now include the dedicated ‘sponsors’ tab.Second Screen, the free* live events app platform has today announced the sponsorship results from its Neighbourhood Weekender festival campaign. The remarkable results once […]

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