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The annual fancy dress extravaganza with bespoke areas on the Isle Of Wight.
Fun and music on the farm in Hampshire at one of the best smaller festivals in Britain.
A special one day event at Clapham Common, featuring some of the world's biggest names.
A one-day event at London's Victoria Park with a stage curated by the Communion label.
Heavy rock's greatest festival held at metal's spiritual home, Donington Park.
Head down to Dorset for the perfect way to end the summer festival season.
A boutique festival set in the fake Italian village of Portmeirion in North Wales.
The East London cult indie festival, held over two eclectic days in Victoria Park.
The biggest and the best, Worthy Farm becomes a mini-village every June...
The veteran festival attracts some of the biggest names in the festival calendar.
Indie rock meets dance in the picturesque landscape of the Lake District.
Music, comedy, poetry readings and even ballet all set in the beautiful Suffolk countryside.
An eclectic two-day event on Blackheath Common in South East London.
Heaton Park in Manchester plays host to indie and R&B acts.
The original rock festival, with music and mayhem across two sites.
Four days of eclectic music set in a landscaped garden.
Scotland's premier festival attracts the biggest names in rock across a full-on weekend.
Huge acts and a party atmosphere across two sites, in Essex and Staffordshire.
Tagged "a celebration of art and nature", this is one of the smaller UK festivals.
The world's biggest bands make their way to Spain for a week of sun, sea and music.
Southern Holland's Best Kept Secret Festival boasts one of Europe’s strongest line-ups.
Ireland’s biggest festival has great poetry, comedy and healing as well as music.
Set in a Serbian fort alongside the Danube, this is one of Europe's best events.
Germany’s Hurricane Festival is now in its nineteenth year.
Croatia is famous for its festivals, but INMUSIC boasts a world-class line-up.
Set in an open air industrial museum, Melt! is one of the more unusual European festivals.
Situated on Lisbon’s seafront, NOS Alive is a stone’s throw from the city centre.
NOS Primavera brings the year’s most interesting artists to Portugal.
Denmark’s Northside is the perfect event for fans who are tired of the norm.
Polish festival that draws the world's biggest names in music from around the globe.
The beautiful Øya Festival attracts the world's biggest names to a Norwegian park.
In Southern Holland lies Pinkpop, one of Europe's oldest festivals.
Luxembourg’s Rock A Field Festival takes place in the scenic town of Roeser.
Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park
The world's most famous heavy music festivals.
Every year Rock Werchter has an epic line-up and this year is no exception.
Situated just outside Copenhagen, Roskilde is a festival legend.
Held in a German military base, Southside is a cultural melting pot.
A week-long non-stop event with 60 plus venues all on an island in Budapest.