The NP Guide To 2017’s Summer Festivals

Want to make the most of your summer this year? Not sure what festivals are hitting the UK? Look no further as we have done the work for you. See below for your festival line-up, dates and artists…

 

6th-8thJuly

2,000 Trees takes place at Upcote Farm in Withington, Cheltenham for the Rock and Indie lovers. This is a family friendly festival and you have the choice of camping. Line-up includes, Slaves, Nothing But Thieves and Deaf Havana. For more information or tickets you can visit: http://www.twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk/

7th-9th July

Wireless is taking place in Finsbury Park in London. Line-up includes Chance the Rapper headlining the Friday, Skepta headlining Saturday and The Weekend headlining on Sunday. No camping available and tickets are currently all sold out for the event but for more information you can visit: http://www.wirelessfestival.co.uk/

13th-16th July

Child friendly, camping optional festival with family camping weekend tickets available. Latitude is taking place in Henham Park in Suffolk. Artists include, Mumford and Sons, The 1975 and Goldfrapp. For more information go to their website: http://www.latitudefestival.com/

14th-15th July

Taking place in Victoria Park in London LoveBox has a mix of artist from Frank Ocean, Chase & Status and Annie Mac. Friday tickets are unfortunately sold out but you can still grab Saturday tickets from: http://loveboxfestival.com/

20th-23rd July

The Secret Garden Party is taken place in a beautiful landscaped garden near Huntington in Cambridgeshire. Artists attending are Metronomy, Crystal Fighters and Toots and the Maytals. For more information on the line-up and tickets please visit: http://www.secretgardenparty.com/home/

27th-30th July

The sister festival of Bestival, perfect for families and camping experiences, set in the grounds of Lulworth Castle in Dorset. You can expect to see Mark Ronson, X Factor winner Louisa Johnson and Kate Nash. For more information, please visit: http://www.campbestival.net/

9th-13th August

Enjoy a mix of music and surfing with Board Masters, located on the Cornish coast. Watergate Bay holds the arena for the music lovers and Fistral Bay hold the competitions for the water sporting lovers. Some artists from the line-up include Jamiroquai, Stormzy and Gorgan City. To find out more about this unique festival then head on over to: http://www.boardmasters.co.uk/

10th-13th August

Boomtown is held in the Matterley Estate near Winchester. You can explore the city that is spread across four areas. Line-up includes Redlight, Astrix and Paradox. Unfortunately tickets are sold out but if you want to read up to be prepared for next year then go to: http://www.boomtownfair.co.uk/

19th-20th August

V Festival has two locations, either Highlands Park in Chelmsford or Weston Park in Staffordshire, camping isn’t available and artists attending include Jason Derulo, Pink and Jay-Z. Tickets are still available here: http://www.vfestival.com/

24th-27th August

Creamfields is being held between Liverpool and Manchester in Daresby, Cheshire. Artists you can expect to see are Sigala, The Chainsmokers and Danny Howard. A 4 day weekend packed full of your favourite artists and you can also enjoy luxury camping. For tickets and more info visit: http://www.creamfields.com/

25th-27th August

The Reading festival is obviously held in the one and only Reading, at Little John’s Farm. This year’s line-up will see Eminem, Kasabian and You Me At Six. Weekend tickets are available, for more information please visit: http://www.readingfestival.com/

26th-27th August

If you love cider and music, why not go to the Witcombe Cider Festival, located in Brockworth in Gloucester. Witcombe has grown into a popular festival and this year sees artists such as Wiley and Example. Tickets are still available here: http://witcombeciderfestival.co.uk/

7th-10th September

Like Camp Bestival, Bestival is housed at the Lulworth Estate in Dorset since moving from its original home in the Isle of Wight. This year it has The Pet Shop Boys, Dizzee Rascal and Rag’N’Bone Man attending. Don’t miss out, get your tickets now: http://www.bestival.net/

23rd-24th September

End your festival season with a bang! Tokyo World is held at Eastville Park in Bristol. It doesn’t cater for campers but you can be sure to enjoy great music from Basement Jaxx, Krept & Konan and Wilkinson. All details can be found: https://www.tokyoworld.org/

 

So that’s a list of all the up and coming festivals of 2017. Be sure to pick your favourites and go get your tickets! Make your summer the best ever!!

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