As the weather is beginning to get warmer, as the sky is getting brighter, it can only indicate one thing… Summer is imminent. What comes with Summer? Music festivals of course! Here is your guide to some of the biggest music festivals this Summer, get planning!
Parklife – 7th/8th June at Heaton Park, Manchester
Snoop Dogg is set to headline the Parklife Weekender alongside Foals. Expect performances from stars such as: Bastille, Rudimental, Disclosure, Sam Smith and DJ sets from: BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac, Gorgon City, B-Traits, Redlight, Wilkinson and many more.
Isle of Wight Festival – 13th/14th/15th June at Newport, Isle of Wight
What a long weekend of music perfection. On Friday Biffy Cylro is set to headline as well as a set from Calvin Harris, On Saturday the Red Hot Chilli Peppers are headlining and on Sunday Kings Of Leon are headlining.
Download Festival – 13th/14th/15th June at Donington Park, East Midlands
Avenged Sevenfold, Linkin Park and Aerosmith are topping the bill at Download, the UK’s biggest metal and heavy-rock festival. You can still buy tickets for this event if you fancy the chance to see Fall Out Boy, Bring Me The Horizon and The Pretty Reckless live.
Glastonbury – 26th/27th/28th/29th June at Glastonbury
The fact that the whole Glastonbury line-up hasn’t been revealed yet didn’t stop over 100,000 festival-goers snapping up all the tickets in October 2013. Don’t worry if you missed out though a small amount of tickets will be up for grabs in a resale in April 2014 (THIS MONTH). The line-up so far features: Dolly Parton, Disclosure and Blondie
Wireless – 4th/5th/6th July at London’s Finsbury Park and Perry Park, Birmingham
Now extended to a 3 day extravaganza, the line-up for Wireless 2014 is looking better than ever with Kayne West, Drake and Bruno Mars headlining and performances from: Pharrell Williams, Tinie Tempah, Outkast , Knife Party and many more.
T in the Park – 11th/12th/13th July at Kincross, Scotland
Headliners of Biffy Clyro, Calvin Harris and Multiple Brit Award winners Arctic Monkeys. With sets from: Imagine Dragons, Steve Angello, Kaiser Chiefs and Alesso.