Two nights of open-air live music have been announced for the late summer bank holiday at a Kent attraction.
A drive-in festival series that was due to kick off in Kent later this month has been cancelled.
A rock music festival which had to cancel in Kent this summer, has already announced its first acts ready for the event when it returns next year.
Safety measures at pubs when they reopen mean there is unlikely to be a return for live music any time soon, both pub owners and musicians fear.
Thousands of tributes have been left online in memory of a Kent musician's girlfriend who died of cancer.
A series of drive-in experiences have been promised at a Kent park this summer, with dates yet to be announced.
Cancelled events due to take place at Dreamland this summer have been pushed back until next year.
Organisers of a folk festival, which attracts morris sides from across the country, say they have reluctantly decided to postpone until next year.
Boyband supergroup Boyzlife have announced two dates in the county, celebrating the release of their latest album, due out this summer.
The UK's biggest one-day retro music festival which had been due to come to Kent this summer, has set new dates to play next year.
A schoolgirl used her experience of losing a grandparent to write an emotive song which has now been listened to by thousands.
A popular music festival has been cancelled this summer, but people who use their tickets next year will get an extra, free night, organisers say.
The man behind hits for Take That and the Spice Girls is producing a new all-girl 'super group' in coronavirus lockdown featuring a Kent singer.
From national treasures to bankrupt boybands, we look back at some of the county's memorable contributions to the song contest through the years.
This year's Eurovision is, like many other things, very different, but we can all still revel in the glam, the cheese and the music. Here's how:
Sir Tom Jones, who was to play an 80th birthday celebration date in the county this summer, has announced he is postponing.
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to save seven Kent music venues which have played host to the likes of Oasis and Adele over the years.
A bid to increase a stadium's concert capacity by 5,000 has sparked opposition from police on safety grounds.
A new festival is being planned which will thank key workers for their efforts, but no date has been set for when it can be held.
A music festival, which should have been celebrating its 10th year this weekend, will instead become a virtual event with performances live streamed.
A cult music venue is releasing a live recording by an award-winning band to help it survive the ongoing pandemic.
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