There is no doubt that for many, the pinnacle of music festivals is Glastonbury. However, it is expensive and very difficult to get tickets.
Many events have been cancelled in the last two years, due to Covid.
So, if you would like to know what is on offer in the UK during July – then read on:
24th June – 10th July – BST – Hyde Park
Who can you see: Adele (sold out), Duran Duran, Eagles, Elton John, Pearl Jam and the Rolling Stones to name a few.
8th – 10th July – ALSO – Warwick
There is something for everyone – from talks, comedy, woodlands, food trucks galore and London Afrobeat Collective, Nuha Ruby Ra and Pynch.
8th – 10th July – TRNSMT – Glasgow
What to expect: Glasgow’s flagship festival features many top Indie Rock performers. You can see: Foals, Fontaines D.C, Lewis Capaldi, Paolo Nutini, Sam Fender, The Strokes and Wolf Alice.
21st – 24th July – Latitude – Suffolk
Henham Park, makes Latitude one of the prettiest festivals. Featuring this year are: Little Simz, Modest Mouse and Snow Patrol.
21st – 24th July – Bluedot – Cheshire
Bluedot is unusual, in that it combines culture, music and science! Expect: Björk, Groove Armada and Metronomy.
21st – 24th July – Standon Calling – Hertfordshire
This is one for all of the family, with Horrible Histories and Dick & Dom, as well as Anne-Marie, Craig David and Dry Cleaning!
21st – 24th July – Nozstock – Herefordshire
This even is family founded, and offers a nature filled adventure. Expect Bill Bailey, Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club and Sister Sledge.
28th – 31st July – Kendal Calling – The Lake District
Many Indie legends will take to the stage at Lowther Deer Park, like Supergrass, Stereophonics, The Streets and The Wombats.
28th – 31st July – WOMAD – Wiltshire
One of the longest standing festivals – WOMAD celebrates 40 years in 2022. The line-up includes: Fatoumata Diawara, Kae Tempest and The Flaming Lips.
28th – 31st July – Camp Bestival – Dorset
If you have kids that are still into face painting and CBeebies – then this is the festival for you! Held at Lulworth Castle, you should expect sets from Becky Hill, Fatboy Slim, Horrible Histories, and Mr Tumble.Tweet