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Check out our listings of all of the great festivals taking place in the UK each September.

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Underneath the Stars Festival

July – Cinderhill Farm, Cawthorne, Barnsley Underneath the Stars is an annual music and arts festival established in 2014 by the production company behind Kate Rusby and Pure Records. As a not-for-profit, Community Interest Company, all of their profit goes back into their music & arts programmes. The festival has been developed to support and…
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Tranzmission

September – Morden Park, London One of several festivals owned by Slammin’ Events, Tranzmission is by far the UK’s biggest and best rave festival, featuring the very best in Drum & Bass, Garage, Grime, Jungle, House and Old Skool and marrying the original spirit of UK rave culture with 21st century standards of production and…
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British Country Music Festival

September – Winter Gardens, Blackpool, Lancashire An annual, urban music festival primarily celebrating the best contemporary British Country and Americana artists at the Winter Gardens indoor entertainment complex in the centre of the UK’s leading seaside resort, Blackpool. Five stages in and around the Winter Gardens feature approximately 100 performers. Appropriately, there is a sub-theme…
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Love Saves The Day

September – Clifton Downs, Bristol Love Saves the Day is a Bristol festival that attracts great name bands and DJs every year.   OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

Kew the Music

Julky – Kew Gardens, Richmond, London KEW THE MUSIC, the glorious festival of Summer concerts in Kew Gardens, always features a truly fantastic line up of artists. These festival-style concerts, which are renowned for their magical and relaxed atmosphere, are set amongst the fantastic gardens of Kew, a UNESCO world heritage site. Guests are welcome…
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London ReMixed Festival

March – East London London Remixed is an amazing winter festival representing the cutting edge of bands that remix ancient music.   OUR REVIEW – and your chance to add your own

Kendall Calling Festival

July – Lowther Deer Park, Lake District, Cumbria Kendal Calling is an innovative, independent festival based in the Lake District. It features pioneering contemporary music and art alongside traditional rural entertainment. The fesival prides iyself on having fields full of activities and attractions for everyone, from families to stag parties! Kendall Calling a small capacity…
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Jack up the Summer Festival

September – Beckenham Place Park, Lewisham, London Jack Up The Summer is a fun-filled, family-friendly retro music festival and one of the South Coast’s most popular events. Centred around party hits and feel-good music from the 80s and 90s, attendees are guaranteed to be uplifted by the upbeat, hand-clapping music of yesteryear. The event provides…
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Hospitality Weekend in the Woods

September – Beckenham Place Park, Lewisham, London Embarking on their biggest UK venture to date, south London’s drum & bass authority Hospital Records and their world renowned events brand Hospitality proudly present Hospitality Weekend In The Woods. Expect immersive production, crystal clear sound design, a variety of carefully selected BBQ, street-food and craft beer treats,…
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Harrogate International Festivals

August – Boughton House, Kettering, Northamptonshire Established with a reputation for delivering the world’s most enthralling performers to our doorstep, Harrogate International Festivals creates distinctive cultural experiences through their year-round delivery of festivals and events, as well as nurturing local talent. Their diverse portfolio dramatically increases the cultural and tourism offer for Harrogate, revolutionising the…
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End of the Road Festival

September – Larmer Tree Gardens, Wiltshire ‘More than any other outdoor British festival, End Of The Road has its own kind of magic’ NME 10/10 Started by two friends, Simon Taffe and Sofia Hagberg, who continue to run it, End of the Road has four stages and a 15,000 capacity and attracts some real big…
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Down at the Abbey Festival

September – Reading Abbey Ruins, Abbey St, Reading, Berkshire The award-winning team behind Are You Listening? Festival in Sept ’19, launched a new independent music festival in the stunning Reading Abbey Ruins: Down at the Abbey. Down at the Abbey returns on this September. The team have curated two stages of stunning live music to…
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Dot to Dot

September – Bristol/Nottingham Dot To Dot Festival launched in 2005, starting life as a Nottingham only event across three venues. Since then they’ve launched across Bristol and Manchester, added a HUGE variety of venues into the mix and continued to promote the best in new music. Take a look at their history for some of…
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Detonate Festival

September, Colwick Country Park, Nottingham Detonate started 20 years ago in a small basement club in Nottingham, and has built into the biggest underground music festival in the Midlands. Still run by a small, independent team based in Nottingham, the festival’s ethos remains the same as it was when it started out.   OUR REVIEW…
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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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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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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

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

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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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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