What better way to make the most of your summer than seeing your favourite band or artist live in concert? Better yet, why not take along your friends and enjoy an entire weekend of music, camping and plenty of laughs. Sounds fun, right?
Well you’re in luck: this year there are plenty of amazing music festivals for you to choose from. So many in fact, we know it can be a little confusing trying to figure out which festival you want to go to. To help you out, we’ve taken the best music festivals this summer to hopefully make the choice easier for you.
If you’re a fan of classic rock, metal and all-round head-banging, Download is the festival for you. Just like last year, this festival is crammed with amazing bands and artists to ensure music-filled sessions day and night! Check out the line-up on the official Download site today, and if it sounds ideal for you the tickets are now on sale.
T in the Park
Prefer a more indie, upbeat, alternative vibe? T in the Park have announced their line-up, which has some big names including Ellie Goulding, Ed Sheeran and Biffy Clyro. If you’ve seen that all your favourite artists are performing on the same day, to save you some money you can buy an all-day ticket instead of a weekend one. Check out the tickets options available now.
It’s back and it’s bigger than ever. As well as fantastic artists, a reason this music festival is so popular is because it’s on a bank holiday. Now what better way to celebrate your day off than dancing away with your friends alongside some awesome music? We’d recommend you grab tickets fast as you can, as last year’s tickets were in demand. Check them out at Creamfields.com.
Another bank holiday party is the Leeds Festival. If you want to stay for the whole weekend, tickets are over £200, but this year Leeds Festival have announced a £50 deposit scheme to secure your place and ticket. To find out more information, check out the Leeds Festival website for details.
Bringing the vibe to V festival this year and headlining is the one and only Justin Timberlake! The countdown is on, so if you want to be there enjoying Justin in his suit and tie, check out the tickets and dates now.
If it’s your first music festival, we want to make sure you look the part. Of course festivals are about the music but over the years we’ve come to realise your fashion choices are just as important as the artists you’re seeing.
Your first essential is wellies: being in a muddy field surrounded by people, you really don’t want to wear your best shoes. Now if you’re stuck for cash, check out the range of wellies at Brantano, which are at reasonable prices and come in a range of colours and patterns.