The easing of restrictions has been pushed back until July 19th, but festivals are still announcing that they are going ahead, or creating mini day festivals! We are super excited and we know you are all too!!! We can wait to dust off our fringe playsuits and frolic in a field with our besties!!!
Shambino (26th - 29th Aug)
From the creators of Shambala, they are bringing a dinky version with all the workshops, music, talk and installations you would expect from Shambala but in a more intimate setting.
Boomtown Village (12th - 15th Aug)
A mini version of the mega festival, with hundreds of musicians, characters, sideshows and acts. I expect it will have the same weird and wonderful impact as the main festival, but with a much smaller crowd.
Green Man (19 - 22nd Aug)
Green Man is still planning to go ahead in its full capacity this year, restrictions permitting. Although the Welsh government have been quicker to put restrictions in place, the organisers feel confident that the beautiful backdrop of the Brecon Beacons will host the festival this year.
Camp Bestival (29th July - 1st Aug)
The family friendly party is still going ahead with its full capacity with a host of safety measures put in place. The line-up is set to be a dancey one… perfect for those mini L.O.M. Lovers.
Creamfields (26th - 29th Aug)
The Dance festival is still set to go ahead this year and the line up is bigger than ever! Those who have been missing the clubs will be set to get their fill of dance music over the bank holiday weekend!
End of the road festival (2nd - 5th Sept)
One of the last festival of the season, the organisers have scaled back but tried to keep the most of their original line up for one hell of a closing party.
Latitude (22nd - 25th July)
Latitude is part of the government test events, meaning that with a positive lateral flow test you can attend and there is no socially distanced guidance needed. It means that they have security that the festival will 100% be going ahead this year!
The one in the woods (21st / 22nd Aug)
Set to still go ahead this year, this festival has just been pushed back to later in the year for more guarantee that they can still go ahead.
We Out Here Festival (19th - 22nd Aug)
This family friendly gathering is set to still go ahead in the heart of Cambridgeshire, bringing an eclectic line up.
Wilderness (5th - 8th Aug)
Wilderness is running a full festival line up and pulling out all the stops to make up for the missed year.
Sundown (3rd - 5th Sept)
Renowned for its star-studded line-ups spanning grime, R&B, pop, dance, electronica and more, Sundown Festival is bringing some of the best artists in the scene providing one last chance to party in the sunshine.
Lost Village (26th-29th Aug)
As a smaller event, they are hopeful to be able to go ahead, restrictions permitting. Set in the woods, it is an epic backdrop for a skank to dance music.
You can find information about other festivals here and buy tickets for upcoming festivals here.