Summer Festivals 2018 Not To Be Missed

The U.K is enriched with a wonderfully diverse music scene. Our music culture is gripping, and we are continually pushing out world renowned artists. Summer brings us an opportunity like no other, seeing the best and all your favourite artists in one space. With the creative producers that take us to another world through the experiences they create, our festival scene is one to be proud of and creates a world of escapism that we all need now and again. We have put together a list of our favourite festivals taking place this summer based on the immersive experiences and of course, the killer line-ups.


Kaleidoscope, is a new one-day music and arts festival and it’s promised to be a good one. The experiential day festival will transport guests into a ‘world where music, performance, theatre and comedy embrace in a collision of beautiful noise, brilliant ideas and brazen colour’. Revellers will be able to wander around hidden nooks and crannies and generally have a good old explore. It’s the first time in 30 years that the park and palace have been open for a festival, and there’ll also be spaces opened up that haven’t been available to the public before.

Line-up includes The Flaming Lips, Ghostpoet, Mystery Jets, The Go! Team, Beth Orton, Dr John Cooper Clarke, Katherine Ryan, Mark Watson and many more!

Tickets: £50.75 | Date: July 21


Bestival never seems to let us down. Year after year we see an exciting line-up, enchanting themes and a magical atmosphere. You can expect to indulge in to world-leading music acts, ranging from EDM to pop and grime, and nights filled with parades and an abundance of after-parties. There are many psychedelic, space-themed installations like the Love-Bot. Time after time the ambient forest never fails to amaze. Don’t forget to check out the world’s largest disco ball which is present at the site, not that you would miss it!

Line-up includes London Grammar, M.I.A, Plan B, Jorja Smith, Mabel Silk City, M.I.A., Plan B, Chaka Khan and many more!

Tickets from: £180 | Date: August 2-5


Premier dance festival Eastern Electrics returns to Morden Park in 2018 for a bigger than ever line up. This year’s line-up should is jam packed with an array of must see djs, urban acts. There are seven stages hosted by renowned clubbing institutions, guaranteeing a killer show. There will be quality production, global stars and underground hero’s selecting the hottest sounds. This is a festival for hard core house and techno heads and one not to be missed.

Line-up includes AJ Tracey, David Rodigan, Skream, Jamie Jones, Reggie Roast and many more!

Tickets from: £59.95 | Date: Aug 4 + 5


Festival No.6 is one of the UK’s most unique experiences. A multi award-winning music, arts and culture festival, located on the coast of Portmeirion in Wales, with an eclectic mix of iconic and the best new artists. The main stage is a Mediterranean-inspired, Grade II-listed fantasy village, surrounded by estuary, mountains and woodlands. During the festival, the village and surrounding woodlands come alive as a unique series of surreal and inspiring venues. This festival will take you into a new and exciting world.

Line-up includes Franz Ferdinand, Friendly Fires, Jessie Ware, Everything Everything, Django Django, Gaz Coombes, Manchester Camerata Orchestra and many more!

Tickets from: £180 | Date: Sep 6-9

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