Discover the English festivals which are famous for their creativity, forming one of the most saturated festival markets in the world. Since Secret Garden Party was unfortunately not organized anymore and Glastonbury took a break in 2018, they left the place for other great and equally amazing music festivals to be in the spotlight this year. So here are the top music festivals, with the ability to snatch the coolest artists of the moment, in no particular order.
Find out which are the biggest UK festivals and take a look at the latest lineup info in order to find out which are the best for the festival goers and which have the most fans attending.
- Lovebox, London
With Childish Gambino as their main artist, it’s designed especially for beat lovers and hipsters. This annual party brings on a colorful mix with rock kings and exclusive bars in a whirlwind of creativity. Lovebox, created by Groove Armada, will take place in July 2019 and features, as well, artists for the freaks such as NERD, Skepta or SZA. Hint: try the roller disco. Best for its big-name performers, Lovebox has gained a reputation of rightfully attracting London revelry. If you are alone we suggest that you might request the services of a pleasant London escort, as there are plenty of beautiful ones in London. It is really a pity to embark alone on such a fabulous adventure and taking a girl to keep you company will surely make it so much more enjoyable.
- Curious Yellow, Essex
With its quirky and mysterious ways, this festival was held in a sculpture garden and promised a weekend in the wilderness while acoustic listening to unplugged sets and DJs. You were able to wander to the gorgeous setting with a castle that has an intimate vibe, thus bringing a touch of the unknown in your life.
- Wireless, Finsbury Park
Featuring artists such as Who J Cole, DJ Khaled, Migos, Giggs, Lil Uzi Vert, Wireless has become hip-hop’s big weekend out, where grime rules the roost. With one of the youngest crowds, the energy levels were up high at all moments of the massive three-day festival.
- Detonate, Nottingham
Having become over the years a most reputable music brand in the UK, the one-day festival is set in idyllic surroundings. This year lineup included Shy FX, Bad Company UK, Kings of The Rollers, Hype b2b Hazard, Sub Focus, Dimension and Benny L. Nottingham’s oldest country park housed the ultimate bass powerhouse that has cemented its name in the Midlands.
- Guy Fawkes Day (‘Bonfire Night’)
On 5 November the bonfires will be lighted in British back gardens or at organized events, commemorating the Guy Fawkes’ attempt to blow up the Protestant Houses of Parliament, failed on 5 November 1605. Although fireworks are set off all over the UK in public parks, the most spectacular place is the town of Lewes, where they burn the effigies and roll barrels of flaming tar down the streets which are filled with thousands of spectators. therefore, make sure you don’t miss the ”Bonfire Night”.