So with Bestival now just a memory for 2006, and many events already selling tickets for 2007, another summer of outdoor music has come to an end.

Room Thirteen has been covering festivals for three years now, and in 2006 we've made it to more than ever before. Even as far back as February, one of our writers had found himself in Thailand reviewing the Bangkok 100 Rock Festival, and since then we've been at multi-band events large and small, indoor and out, bringing you the action direct to your computer.

Each week throughout the summer we've been rounding up all the news from the festival world, and as autumn is virtually on us, we're giving you the opportunity to relive the summer, or refresh your memory of events you couldn't make it to. We're even taking you back to the start of the year and beyond for some of the events which happened through the winter months.

Click the name of the event below to find reviews and features for each.

All Tomorrow's Parties Pre-Xmas fun in the company of Cinematic Orchestra, Locust, Lydia Lunch and Mars Volta.
Bangkok 100 Ian Brown, Franz Ferdinand and Oasis went in search of some winter warmth, and so did we.
Bloodstock Open Air We were all over this metal festival like a rash and if it rocked or was rubbish, we told you about it anyway.
Camden Crawl The one night manic music event showcased many of the new acts who would dominate the summer: Automatic, Dirty Pretty Things, Fratellis, Morning Runner, Young Knives and around forty five others across twelve venues.
Carling Weekend, Leeds Festival Including Pearl Jam, Muse, Maximo Park, Arctic Monkeys, Feeder plus comprehensive coverage of the Lock Up Stage.
Download Headlined by Tool, Metallica and G n'R, but as ever we've so much more from across all stages.
Electric Gardens Making its debut in the Kent countryside, it featured Charlatans, Morning Runner, Automatic and Fratellis amongst others.
Guilfest Growing to become one not to be missed, read reviews of Embrace, Breed 77, Bring Me The Horizon, Kosheen, Winnebago Deal and the last festival performance from the Lightning Seeds.
Indian Summer Antony and the Johnsons, Fall, Gang of Four, Hot Chip and Yeah Yeah Yeahs played this intimate Glasgow event.
Noise and Confusion Oasis, Foo Fighters, Razorlight and more in Cardiff.
O2 Wireless Headliners included Strokes and Massive Attack, plus Raconteurs, Gogol Bordello, Flaming Lips and Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly.
Oxegen Ireland's leading music event returned for another hugely successful year.
Prog Power UK Room Thirteen will be working with Prog Power UK in 2007, check out reviews from its debut event last March.
Rock and Blues The annual biker festival this year featured Damned, Quireboys, UFO and more.
Summercase Forum Primal Scream, Daft Punk, Belle and Sebastian, New Order and a Room Thirteen writer in the Spanish sunshine.
Stockton Fringe Read reviews of King Eskimo, McQueen and Mike Park.
T in the Park Check out reviews from amongst others Arctic Monkeys, Primal Scream, Franz Ferdinand and Sigur Ros.
T on the Fringe Radiohead, Raconteurs and Be Your Own Pet.
TDK Cross Central An August Bank Holiday dance event with a difference held in central London.
V Festival That headline set from Radiohead, plus Kasabian, Beck, Hard-Fi, Faithless, Ordinary Boys, Lily Allen and more.

For further coverage read the features below:

Bloodstock Open Air
Electric Gardens
Leeds Festival
Noise and Confusion
Summercase Forum
T in the Park
V (Chelmsford)

Still to come in 2006:

Room Thirteen is returning to Derby at the end of September for Bloodstock Indoor, an event expected to be just as strong as its outdoor brother in July. If it's rock on the heavier side you're after and can't make it to the Midlands; Manchester and Scotland have events you'll like in the form of Damnation and Ragnorok. Then there's the annual trip to a holiday camp for the ATP Nightmare Before Xmas weekend.

The weekly Festival Round Up will return early in 2007, as we plan to build on our coverage in 2006. Thanks for reading and let's hope next summer is as varied and exciting as the one we've just enjoyed.