The UK is without a doubt a nation of music lovers, and what better way to experience live music than in a muddy field with all your friends.
We want to showcase our round up of the best festivals for 2020 to get you prepared for festival season.
First up is the vibrant melting pot that is Boomtown festival. It has grown year upon year and is now one of the biggest names in the UK festival scene. Set in Winchester, Boomtown has something for everyone, but mainly leans towards dub, reggae and drum and bass as its musical emphasis, although it has plenty of other acts to cater to everyone.
The infamous dance festival is renowned for its legendary parties all over the world, all stemming from its conception in Liverpool’s Cream nightclub. Creamfields showcases some of the biggest names in the dance scene, alongside spectacular visuals and pyrotechnics.
No festival line up would be complete without a mention from this standout festival. Glastonbury sets the bar for festivals all over the globe and continues to attract some of the biggest names in the music industry. Now spanning 4 days, the festival some iconic stages and dance areas that aim to be inclusive for all music genres.
Lovebox was created by Groove Armada, and attracts London’s beat lovers in this electric mix of rock, dance and everything in between. It has been hailed for its creativity and vibrant selection of traders in their bars, markets and fairground rides.
Isle of Wight Festival
This is one of the UK’s oldest festivals that continues to pull in some of the biggest names in music. It first kicked off in 1968, and 50 years later it is still going strong, managing to stay relevant and insanely popular.