UK music festivals are renowned for their creativity in capturing the coolest acts, forming one of the most saturated markets, so we give to you the ultimate lowdown, including the Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds and Boomtown. We are proud to give you the guide for UK Music Festivals in 2019, as 2019 announces to be the best year ever for live music. There are some unmissable UK festivals for anyone of a techno, dubstep, garage or tech-house persuasion, such as the dance festival behemoths such as Creamfields or We Are FSTVL.
Club music isn’t just for the clubs, because whatever you like to do on a night out, but you get to do with a bit of sun on your back, so we present to you the UK festivals that demand your attention and have tickets on sale. Welcome to the greatest festival guide, where you’ll find all the news and information you were searching for in order to find your perfect music festival music festival ticket, if you’re wishing you were in a field listening to the soundtrack of summer.
- Glastonbury Festival, 26-30 June 2019, Pilton
The clear standout from this list, when it comes to worldwide music festivals, Glastonbury hosts the biggest names on its famous Pyramid Stage, so if you have the chance to take a stroll through Shangri-La you’ll be thrown into a themed world full of immersive shenanigans, featuring the finest names.
- Junction 2 Festival, June 2019, London
It has an A-list techno lineup each summer at a party held underneath a motorway junction.
- Belladrum tartan heart festival, 1-3 August 2019, Inverness
Belladrum Tartan Heart has a loyal following of fervent fans who simply love the fantastic music ranging across a variety of genres such as rock, celtic, blues, singer-songwriter, indie or folk, as well as a brilliant array of children’s entertainment, cabaret, alternative therapies and drink. The festival, which takes place in a beautiful Highland setting with mature trees and parkland, continues to excite with its mixture raw excitement cementing itself as a hidden gem of Belladrum Estate, Inverness-shire. An adult three day ticket at this mainstream grassroots festival costs around £148.
- Download Festival, 12-16 June 2019, Derby
This rock and metal fest features 2 outdoor stages with big names (last year’s ineup included names such as Marilyn Manson or Avenged Sevenfold) and plenty of beer, so if you want to hear those Marshall amps turned up to 11 we urge you to participate.
- 1. Lost Village, 22–25 August 2019, A secret woodland in Lincolnshire
Lost Village is a boutique festival set in the grounds of an abandoned chapel where, between lake swims you can get to enjoy live performances. Located in an abandoned forest, the Long Village is a place where the inexplicable occurs as nothing is what it seems. You’ll get to meet the most extraordinary people with kindred souls, eat the most exceptional food and have an experience that those on the outside will never understand, due to the intimate size of the festival.