Festival season is in full swing and we’re coming up to one of the biggest months in music…August!
One of my favourite parts about festivals is the road trip to get there, blasting out the tunes and getting hyped with your friends. If you’re still undecided which festival you’re going to hit up this Summer, gogirl.co.uk car insurance have cleverly created a Summer festival map which is super useful whether you’re looking for a festival closer to home or want to know where your favourite artists will be.
I’ve rounded up my top five festival picks for the upcoming Month, so you can be sure that your Summer goes out in Style!
Virgin V Festival
P!nk, Jay-Z, Stormzy, Jess Glynne Emeli Sande
Weston Park, Staffordshire
Hylands Park, Chelmsford
Why should you go? V fest will be Jay-Z’s only 2017 European show, P!nk has made a return after a couple of years out and there are plenty of other massive names to get excited about over the weekend!
The Chainsmokers, Duke Dumont, Martin Garrix, Chase and Status
Why you should go? Renowned for its friendly crowds, the Cheshire festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary with some of the hottest names in music. They over a range of packages, including the glam Dreamfields VIP experience.
Reading and Leeds
Eminem, Kasabian, Muse, Liam Gallagher
Richfield Avenue, Bramham Park
Why you should go? August Bank Holiday weekend always see some phenomenal headliners and this year is no different….a weekend spent with the likes Eminem is a weekend well spent.
Two Door Cinema Club, Grace Jones, Bonobo
Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire
Why you should go? The award winning festival is an oasis of music, theatre, food, drink, wellness and wellbeing. Expect great music, inspiring talks and some of THE best dance parties!
Alt-J, Two Door Cinema Club, Jamiroqui
Trebelsue Park, Newquay
Why you should go? Cornwall is the place to be this Summer, with music, surf lessons, an on-site eco spa and acoustic campfire sessions. It’s a jam-packed weekend that you’ll never forget.
Which festival are you looking forward to?