Legendary DJs will be playing sets this bank holiday weekend to coincide with a traditional ride out to the Kent coast.
The composer of the specially-commissioned Leeds Castle 900 Fanfare, to be premiered this summer, says it will be a gift to the people of Kent.
Wet Wet Wet, whose debut album Popped In Souled Out was released more than 30 years ago, bring their tour and new lead singer to Kent this weekend.
In line with Mental Health Awareness Week, a song has been created using words of those who have considered taking their own life.
The cheese-fest that is the Eurovision Song Contest is back this week: here's our look at some of the food and drink to cheer along the entries with.
Hit maker Example will play a DJ set in the county this summer.
Fans of pop kings Westlife will be able to watch the band at their sell-out final tour date when it is broadcast live in Kent.
The country's top country music act, The Shires, have joined the star-studded line-up for an Americana music festival being held this summer.
Pop superstar Justin Bieber retweeted kmfm as the station gets ready to play his new single.
A host of top performers are being lined up for a Pride LGBT+ celebration.
Status Quo star Francis Rossi is bringing his latest tour to Kent - but it's not just music.
A ska and reggae artists who founded a beloved nine-piece band is returning to the town he busked in for two special shows.
Singers are performing songs from nine Gilbert and Sullivan operas non-stop for 12 hours.
Brit Award-winning band Bastille have announced they will play a date in Kent later this year.
An international award-winning singer is set to perform at a pub in the county this weekend.
Musician Funke and the Two Tone Baby is stopping off at a Kent music festival on his way up and up.
Local bands and big name acts will bring live music to a town centre music festival this weekend.
Eighties stars Musical Youth will perform at a county music festival more than 30 years after their worldwide hit.
A sleepy village is set to transform into a mini Glastonbury later this year.
From raising Disney executives' eyebrows to working with prog rockers Pink Floyd: we take a look at the work of cartoonist Gerald Scarfe on show.