Tom Meighan from Kasabian - YUM!

Check Out These Unmissable Summer Festivals

Are you planning on attending a fab music fest this summer? If you haven’t already bought your Glastonbury tickets, I’m afraid you’re out of luck. However, don’t sob into your pillow just yet – here are some fantastic festivals lined up over the summer months especially for you. Make sure you don’t miss out on seeing your favourite bands, by checking out these unmissable festivals this summer.

1 British Summer Time – 20 -27th June

British Summer time festival
It’s time to dance!

What better way to kick off summer, than to bask in the glory of attending this festival in Hyde Park, London? Headlining celebs like Kylie, The Who and Taylor Swift, will make gigs like Glastonbury fade into insignificance. This is always an amazing event, and with VIP areas, comedy and no marshy bog in sight, you will be guaranteed to have an awesome time!

2.T in the Park – 10-12th July

Tom Meighan from Kasabian - YUM!
Tom Meighan from Kasabian – YUM!

Based at Strathallen castle, Perthshire, T in the Park has a fantastic line up to satisfy everyone’s’ music taste. Attend this event and you will be in store for two days of intense enjoyment, with bands like Kasabian, the Prodigy, Fat Boy Slim, Sam Smith and Noel Gallagher’s – to name a few!

3. Standon Calling – 31st July

Found playing in Hertfordshire, 40 miles north of London will be the Little Dragons, the Horrors, Basement Jaxx and The Dandy Warhols; amongst many others. It’s not too pricey and you will even find shower blocks for the campers.

4. Leeds festival – 28-30th Aug

Muse at Leed's fest!
Muse at Leed’s fest!

With bands headlining such as: Metallica, Bastille, the Libertines, Mumford and Sons, and Jamie T. Leeds festival is a mash up of Rock and pop, and is always huge fun.

5.Bestival 10-13th September

Just as you think the festival fun is coming to an end, you will find this little gem of a festival. Although you may have to travel a little further afield for some festival time, it will be well worth the trouble. Playing in the Isle of Wight will be: The Chemical brothers, Underworld, Jungle, and Duran Duran.

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