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5th – 6th: Glas-Denbury Music and Arts Festival – Denbury, Devon

Glas-Denbury is held in the depths of the Devon countryside. The festival is run by a group of friends from Devon and has a super friendly feel, great for families too.

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5th – 7th: Wireless – London

Wireless Festival is the UK’s largest and most famous urban music festival held at London’s Finsbury Park. This year’s line up sees an impressive US rap talent including Travis Scott, Cardi B and ASAP Rocky.

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11th – 13th: 2000 Trees – Cheltenham

The official website for 2000 Trees has teased that they have booked ‘a huge American band’ for 2018. We can’t wait to see who it is…

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18th – 21st: Latitude Festival – Suffolk

Latitude Festival is a large festival which has retained its friendly feel. It is a great place to discover some new music and also chill out and enjoy some well-known stuff too.

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TBC: Lovebox Festival

Lovebox festival is a 2 day festival held in Gunnersbury Park, London. Last year’s headliners included Childish Gambino, Skepta and Annie Mac

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25th – 28th: Y Not Festival – Derbyshire

This festival is set in the surroundings of the Peak District and is a festival for all. A large variety of music, including local bands too!

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26th – 28th: Truck Festival

Truck Festival is a small to medium size festival in Oxfordshire. Last year they had an awesome line-up with acts like The Libertines and The Wombats as well as DJs.

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Date TBA: Somersault Festival – North Devon

After 3 years off it is rumoured that Somersault is back and with previous headliners of Jack Johnson, Ben Howard and Half Moon Run we are excited to see what this year will bring.

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26th – 29th: WOMAD – Malmesbury

WOMAD is an international arts festival. The central aim of WOMAD is to celebrate the world’s many forms of music, arts and dance.

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25th – 28th: Standon Calling – Hertfordshire

Standon Calling is a family friendly festival which showcases some of the best pop artists on its line up. Each year also has a different theme and fancy dress is pretty much compulsory!

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25th – 28th: Kendal Calling – Lake District

Kendal Calling is an independent festival held in the Lake District which has grown year on year and now has 9 stages. Kendal Calling has a large variety of music on offer and really appeals to the whole family!

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26th – 28th: Leopallooza – The Wyldes

Leopallooza is like a giant house party, but in a field. It’s a family friendly festival which includes camping and aims to keep ticket prices as low as possible.

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26th – 28th: Farmfestival – Somerset

Farmfest is a bubbling blend of unfettered festival frolics and humming party vigour where music and people set the tempo and the curious venture.