Reviews Of The Best Music Festivals UK
CREAMFIELDS has just celebrated its 20th year as the biggest dance music festival in the UK and is located in leafy green Daresbury just outside of Warrington with an attendance of around 70,000 across its four days across multiple stunning venues.
Now in its seventh year on the festival calendar Victorious, held on Southsea seafront near Portsmouth has to go some to compete with the likes of Reading and Leeds who share the bank holiday roster.
Once again the weather wasn't ideal, however none of that seemed to matter as the Beautiful Days crowd proved to be resilient and up for it.
The one thing I did not want to hear at Boomtown Fair 2017 was the ‘Oh, Jeremy Corbyn’ chant. A rally cry for a wealth of indigent students, it typified most...
Camp Bestival is the family friendly festival from Rob Da Bank and team; Younger brother of the fantastic Bestival built around creating an enriching variety of experiences for all of the family to enjoy.
I have to say, I had such a good, fun weekend, and was genuinely impressed with Ramblin man’s pretty much unique position in the festival calendar, you get the best of your old school rock hero’s mixed with some outstanding new bands, amid the friendliest atmosphere
The word Balter means 'to dance artlessly without any real skill or grace but in enjoyment' and that is certainly a fitting name for this event...
You can always count on Brits to defy the weather and put on a brave face on wintry summer days, and this spirit was out in full force at Ynot this year.
Beat-Herder is a non-stop field of friendship and excitement from the second you walk in to the gut wrenching moment you have to leave.
Dorset Volksfest Show Review 2017 Friday 14th July – Sunday 16th July 2017 The Worgret Road Showground – Wareham – Dorset
Mid July is hotly contested ground among the many festivals vying for your business in the so called high summer, so why, of all the big players touting their wares on this weekend, would you want to come to little old Chagstock...
This independent festival comes from humble beginnings, as laid out in the personal story written in this years festival programme by organiser Josh.
Is it possible to enjoy a jazz festival without liking jazz? Indeed it is, and believe me I know – I’m just back from Love Supreme and it was a hoot…
Download Festival - 2017 reviewed
One of this festivals main strengths is variety, and as the festival has got bigger, the extremes of that variety seem to get further apart, from the relative normality of the mainstage acts to the Something Else tea tent,
ROB DA BANK’s COMMON PEOPLE is now in its 3rd Year and is located at the beautifully leafy Southampton Common in the heart of the city centre.
A Man in a Balloon, Artsy-Fartsy Fashion and an Alcoholic’s Karaoke. Written by Joshua Perrett, photography by Laurence McManus
Grinagog Festival, 7-9 April 2017 held in the seaside town of Torquay, Devon. A sunny weekend by the sea, consisting of over 200 acts across 15 stages as well as plenty of fun-filled activities and kids entertainment.
BESTIVAL now in its 13th year is one the UK’s most well-known and anticipated events on the UK festival calendar and is located at the stunning robins hill country park on the isle of wight.
Bucolic heaven delivers wholesome festival weekend despite rain and gales