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Download Festival

June, Donnington Castle, Leicestershire Rock and metal is what it’s all about at Download Festival as the iconic Download Dog brings all the biggest and loudest names in the business to Castle Donnington. Our review – and your chance to write your own

End of the Road

September, Larmer Tree Gardens, Wiltshire The End of the Road festival line-up is it’s primary strength – a list of bands booked by music lovers, for music lovers – at a festival created by, festival lovers for festival lovers. Our review – and your chance to write your own [rwp_box id=”0″]

Deer Shed

July/August, Baldersby Park, Topcliffe, North Yorkshire Definitely one for families, Deer Shed puts on more than just music. Look out for comedy, shows, science, sports, spoken word, literature, theatre, workshops, wild woods, wellbeing, arts, cinema, walkabout fun, food, and more. Our review – and your chance to write your own [rwp_box id=”0″]

Camp Bestival

July/August, Lulworth Castle, Dorset It’s all about families at Camp Bestival, and whilst the music rocks the emphasis is squarely on kids activities and making sure that the next generation of festival goers gets their first taste of festival life in a safe and fun environment. Our review – and your chance to write your…
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Creamfields

August, Daresbury, Cheshire Creamfields lays claim to being the ‘worlds’ leading dance festival’ – and they may well be right on that score. Creamfields has been raising the roof since 1998 and shows no sign of growing stale. Our review – and your chance to write your own [rwp_box id=”0″]

BST Hyde Park

July, Hyde Park, London Consistently delivering some o the biggest nams on the planet, BST Hyde Park is a fantastic festival experience for anyone who just doesn’t get the whole camping thing but wants to experience the festival vibe in the heart of the city. Our review – and your chance to write your own…
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Boomtown

August – Matterley Estate, Winchester, Hampshire The story continues as Boomtown’s latest chapter is set to be unveiled. This immersive event brings huge names to quirky stages that bring the glorious Hampshire landscape to life with the sights and sounds of the Boomtown brew. Our review – and your chance to write your own [rwp_box…
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NASS

September – Shepton Mallet, Somerset Skate and BMX culture combine with some of the coolerst bands around to deliver a great festival experience… Our review – and your chance to write your own

Bloodstock

August – Catton Park, Derbyshire Consistently rated as the best metal festival in the UK featuring over 120 international acts over four stages. Our review – and your chance to write your own [rwp_box id=”0″]

Big Feastival

August – Kingham, Oxfordshire Food and music come crashing together in one glorious explosion of taste and sound on Alex James’ beautiful Cotswolds farm. Our review – and your chance to write your own [rwp_box id=”0″]

Camp Wildfire

Festival name Camp Wildfire (August) Address: Heritage Pine Forest, Kemsing, Kent, TN15 6AH Date(s): 4th-7th September 2020 Website URL Camp Wildfire Facebook page URL https://www.facebook.com/campwildfire Ticketed or free? Ticketed Ticket prices (from – to) 245-495 Tickets available from: Camp Wildfire Included at the event: Rock/indie bandsFolk / acousticDJ / EDMComedyTheatrePoetry / literatureSpecialist talks Camping Yes…
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STONEHENGE Summer Solstice Festival

JUNE – Stonehenge Campsite, Berwick Rd, Winterbourne Stoke, Salisbury SP3 4TQ   The four-day live music event at Stonehenge Campsite includes daily yoga, healing, wellbeing, and is child-friendly with a kids programme of entertainment, and have-a-go workshops for you to try your hand at something new. There is an on-site bar and plenty of food…
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Isle of Wight Festival

September, Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight Park Always the biggest names – the Isle of Wight Festival flies the flag for the island’s historic connection to one of the biggest (and messiest) festivals of all time. However, the current incarnation has cleaned up its act and yoiu can expect all the mod-cons of a…
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Beautiful Days Festival

August, Escot Park, near Exeter, Devon This family-friendly festival is hosted by the ultimate festival band. Levellers have decades of live shows under their belts, and probaby hold the record for the largest ever Glastonbury main stage audience. Now their annual party is itself the stuff of legend, and yoiu can expect to see the…
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LATITUDE FESTIVAL

July, Henham Park, Suffolk Lazy days and crazy nights… Latitude is a beautiful festival location, centred around a large lake that allows for swimming and punting in the summer sunshine. Forests offer shade, but out in the daylight the main stage rocks with an eclectic series of headline acts. Elsewhere tents offer a variety of…
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ZENfest

September, Kelvedon Hall, Essex Since 2018, ZEN Fest has carefully yet confidently become a much talked about event for those who like personal vibes, intimate dancing and friendly crowds. That’s because it was a festival born in a garden, so has never lost that personal touch despite becoming a nationally recognised event. ZENfest is all…
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Neighbourhood Weekender

September, Victoria Park, Warrington, Cheshire Three days of top bands from the last thre decades – your favourite old faves mix with your latest new best things… OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

Parklife

September, Heaton Park, Manchester Parklife is the largest metropolitan music festival in the uk and takes place at Heaton Park in Manchester. The festival blends multiple music genres, including hip hop, grime, pop, rock, club, house and dance djs. The urban event is from the same team behind the Warehouse Project, and first began in…
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Reading and Leeds Festivals

August, Bramham Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire & Little John’s Farm, Reading, Berkshire The ultimate rite-of-passage, Reading and Leeds Festivals always deliver up thre goods when it comes to big-hitting mainstage acts and the best of the best of the best up-and-coming talent in secondary tents. expect a messy weekend of hedonistic musical carnage. OUR REVIEW…
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Slam Dunk Festival

September, Temple Nesham, Leeds, and Hatfield Park, Hertfordshire Slam Dunk is a North/South double-header festival that mimics the Reading/leeds moidel of doublinvg audiences by doubling sites. Slam Dunk started out as a pop-punk club night at The Cockpit, Leeds in the early 00’s.  Out of the success of the club night Slam Dunk started putting…
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Bingley Weekender

August, Bradford and Bingley Rugby Ground, West Yorkshire Three days of some of the truly great names in musical history – a real treat for fans of music that echoes down the years. OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

Standon Calling

July: Standon, Hertfordshire   Alex Trenchard’s birthday party has grown up into a beautifully curated boutique festival that attracts a great roster of talent from across the globe. It also welcomes dogs! As Tesco’s might say – every little helps…   OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

2000Trees

July: Withington, Gloucestershire The multi-award-winning 2000trees festival is a three-day extravaganza set in the stunning Cotswold Hills.   You’ll get three nights’ camping, a friendly, intimate atmosphere, plus amazing food and locally produced ciders, ales, and lagers.   Described as one of the friendliest festivals you’ll ever go to, it’s perfect to attend with a…
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Truck Festival

July: Steventon, Oxfordshire Truck Festival may have been named after the original flatbed trucks that formed its main stage – or possibly after a compilation album that featured songs from the film Convoy. Either way, it has had a rollercoaster past but always gets cited as a great example of a small festival withg big…
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Watchet Music Festival

August: Watchet, Somerset Held over the August Bank holiday weekend Friday/Sat/Sunday, West Somerset’s largest outdoor music event.   A family friendly festival with amazing views of the West Somerset coast and beyond, on site camping, 3 stages, Silent Disco, Open mic tent, Something Else Tea Tent, Food Court, Workshops, Real ale and Cider bar, Kids…
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Bearded Theory Festival

May: Catton Hall, Derbyshire Bearded Theory`s Spring Gathering is a multi-award winning creative and performing arts festival set in the beautiful grounds of Catton Hall in the heart of the National Forest. The festival borders 3 counties of West Midlands, South Derbyshire and Staffordshire and only 2 hours away for 50% of the UKs population.…
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110 Above Festival

August: Gopsall Hall Farm, Leicestershire A little gem of a festival – well-priced and intimate with a hand-curated selection of the best new indie bands on the circuit.   OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

Ampthill Festival

August: Ampthill Great Park, Bedfordshire Ampthill is a three-day event which changes focus each day. Friday is dance music, Saturday rocks out with the best in indie guitar, and Sunday shifts to more of a family vibe.   OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

ArcTanGent Festival

August: Compton Martin, Somerset ArcTanGent is a critically acclaimed, independent festival and since 2013 has been delivering line-ups you won’t find anywhere else on Earth. Here is a quick list of some things you might want to know about ArTanGent… The festival takes place in late August on the idyllic Fernhill Farm near Bristol, UK. …
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Barn on the Farm

July: Over Farm, Gloucester Best Grassroots Festival – UK Festival Awards 2018 Best Independent Festival – AIM Awards 2014 Barn on the Farm is your festival. Join the family. Barn on the Farm is an independent festival that focuses on finding the diamonds in the rough and giving them a place to shine. Ed Sheeran,…
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Beat Herder

July: Dockber Farm, Sawley Brow, Gisburn, Lancashire “Way back in 2006, the first Beat-Herder was hot. Hot like hotknives. The land was baked like a biscuit and 1,200 people came, enjoyed and partied really hard. There were fewer areas back then. Toil Trees was the epicentre of the throng. They had a tiny stage in…
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Are You Listening Festival

October: multiple venues, Reading, Berkshire Since launching in 2013, the one-day Festival has raised almost £70,000 for Reading Mencap, a local charity that supports people with Learning Disabilities and their families. The critically acclaimed Festival has won ‘Festival of the Year’ and ‘Partnership in the Arts’ at the Reading Cultural Awards, ‘Event of the Year’…
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Beer Bop a Lula Festival

July – Reigate, Surrey Beer Bop-a-Lula is a premier-league Boutique Music Festival set in the beautiful grounds of Priory Park in Reigate, Surrey. For three days in July Priory Park will be buzzing with big music, great performers, fantastic street food and over 100 real ales, craft lagers and ciders.   OUR REVIEW – and…
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Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival

August – Belladrum, Scotland Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival is homegrown in the Highlands, from only the finest ingredients. Staged in a beautiful Highland setting – terraced Italian gardens, mature trees, fields and parkland with the hills beyond A festival of fantastic music crossing all genres – indie, rock, Dance DJ, Celtic, Celtic rock, blues, roots,…
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Black Deer Festival

July, Tunbridge Wells, Kent Black Deer is an award-winning 3-day UK festival celebrating Americana, its music & the culture that surrounds it. Join them in July in their wild and spectacular deer park in the heart of Kent.   OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

Blue Dot Festival

July, Tunbridge Wells, Kent Blue Dot (a term coined by Carl Sagan fr earth seen from distant space) is an intergalactic festival of music, science, art, technology & the exploration of space – hosted at the iconic Jodrell Bank Observatory, Cheshire, UK   OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

Bloodstock Open Air

August, Catton Park, Derby Bloodstock Open Air is the UK’s biggest independent and multi-award winning outdoor Metal Festival catering for 15,000 fans per day across four days each August. Hosting some of the biggest names in metal from across the globe, Bloodstock has a legacy of over 19 years and continues to go from strength…
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Boundary Festival

September, Brighton, Sussex Taking the best of Brighton’s creative energy, lust for life and generosity of spirit, Boundary Brighton is a festival with three stages of music, a vintage fair, delicious local food and other unexpected treats, all nestled between the crest of the Downs and the City – with the sea below. Five+ years…
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Cheltenham Jazz Festival

May – Cheltenham, Gloucestershire With over 20,000 music-fans getting in the festival swing every year, Cheltenham has become one of the country’s best-loved jazz festivals. Their trade-mark mix of international jazz icons, up-and-coming new artists and unique festival performances has seen the event host some of the world’s greatest musicians over the May Bank Holiday…
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CRAFT Festival

August/September/November – Bovey Tracey/Bath/Cheltenham CRAFT FESTIVALS is a Non-Profit making company and their first Craft Festival started in Bovey Tracey in 2003. Since then, Craft Festival has become a collection of highly selective craft events in Bovey Tracey, Cheltenham and Bath. After a number of years, they are merging the brands of their Contemporary Craft…
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