Don’t worry if you’ve not had a chance to hit up one of the many summer festivals that have already come and gone in a flash.
There are still SO many left to go – summer isn’t going anywhere just yet!
Check out these five amazing UK music festivals that haven’t yet sold out.
No matter what you’re into – at least one of these is going to be your cup of tea.
Boardmasters (9th – 13th August 2017)
If you fancy a chilled weekend by the beach in Newquay, coupled with surfing and some great music – Boardmasters festival was made for you.
Acts including Two Door Cinema Club, Alt-J and Jamiroquai make up this year’s fabulous line-up.
You can also enjoy morning yoga sessions, plenty of great food and drink, plus intimate acoustic evening gigs by the beach!
V festival (19th – 20th August 2017)
V Fest takes place in two locations across the two days:
Hylands Park in Chelmsford and Weston Park in South Staffordshire.
This year’s line-up includes Jay-Z, Pink, Craig David and Ellie Goulding.
Word on the street is that the UK is due an Indian summer style heatwave just in time for this glorious weekend – leave your pack-a-mac at home!
Creamfields (24th – 27th August 2017)
Creamfields is one of Britain’s biggest dance festivals featuring a host of DJ’s as well as live acts, and takes place in Daresbury, Cheshire (just between Liverpool and Manchester) across the bank holiday weekend.
2017 features a string of big names including Alesso, The Chainsmokers, Sagala, and Chase & Status.
Various camping and day ticket packages are available right now on their official website.
These rock festivals both take place across the same August bank holiday weekend every year, in the cities of Reading and Leeds. Reading is where this festival originally took place, and is in fact the world’s oldest popular music festival still in existence today!
Headliners this year include Kasabian, Eminem and Muse, and both weekend and day tickets are still available.
South West Four (26th – 27th August 2017)
South West Four (SW4) is a slightly smaller electronic music festival which takes place in Clapham Common, London.
Acts this year include Pendulum, Tinie Tempah, Sigma, Knife Party and Sub Focus.
Tickets for Saturday are all sold out – there are still spots left for Sunday but be quick!