The end of festival season 2018 is sadly upon us. I think we can all agree it has been one to remember; we’ve partied hard in the unpredictable British weather, seen too many quality acts to list and made enough memories to keep us just about ticking until next summer…
After a long hot summer, the south coast’s highly anticipated Victorious Festival made its annual August bank holiday weekend appearance. Revelling onto Southsea common, (in the unsurprisingly heavy rain) came thousands of punters looking forward to the eclectic lineup of: Kaiser Chiefs, The Libertines, the ‘mod-father’ Paul Weller, and last
2018 saw Boomtown celebrate a big milestone; its tenth anniversary. One of the UK’s most exciting spectacles on the festival scene, Boomtown Fair is truly the type of festival that you’ll be attending until you’re eighty. A decade in the making, the event has captured the hearts and minds of
2018 marked the second year that Bestival has spent at its new home at Lulworth Castle in Dorset. This year also saw the festival move dates for the first time in its history, from the second weekend in September, to the weekend after the festival’s family-friendly sister event Camp Bestival.
With the addition of an extra day, Farr Festival hooked its claws into the festival season with its return this year. The boutique festival boasts a beautiful site with views of rolling countryside hills and a meandering forest to wander and party in throughout the night. This year the festival
Now in its sixth year, and set in the grounds of Glyde Place in lovely East Sussex, Love Supreme Festival brought out another unbelievable lineup of world rebound artists with the likes of Earth, Wind & Fire, Elvis Costello and Steve Winwood taking us back to the good old genres
With Bestival no longer on the island, the annual festival pilgrimage taken by thousands of people to the Isle of Wight must continue with this iconic British event. The Isle of Wight Festival is one of the oldest in the world, and this year celebrated its 50th anniversary! Since it’s
Proving its popularity since its inception in 2013, the UK’s first camping jazz festival is back with more soul and blues! This ambitious revival of classical live jazz music infused with British camping culture is yet another reason to get hardcore jazz fanatics and avid festival goers excited this summer.
Set in the woodlands surrounding the Carreglwyd Estate in the far north-west of the Isle of Anglesey, Wales, Gottwood Festival took place from the 7th-10th of June. Now in its ninth year, the award-winning boutique electronic dance music festival did not fail to meet its high expectations. It should be
Bestival’s mini festival, Common People, returned this year with even more expectation than previously. Over the two days we were set to see big acts such as pop superstar Lily Allen and The Jackson’s; the weekend was bound to be a hit. The two-day event was held simultaneously in Southampton