Festivals have been cemented within our culture for generations now. Whatever the music preference there is a festival for you. Here are a few events we are excited about.

Tiree Music Festival, Crossapol Bay, 14th-16th July

Held on the beautiful Hebridean island of Tiree (which has been nicknamed the ‘Hawaii of the North’) this sunny venue will be headlined by the popular British pop band Scouting for Girls. The festival has grown in popularity with last year being sold out with over 4,000 attendees hailing the picturesque setting. 18+ year olds can buy weekend tickets for £85, while students and under 18’s vary.



Deer Shed, North Yorkshire, 21st-23rd July

An unmissable family friendly festival in which providing a fun atmosphere for children is the priority. Music, comedy, sports and workshops are all on offer at this unique little festival. Tier 4 tickets are on offer now for 16+ for £145. Children’s tickets will vary based on their age.



GoldCoast Oceanfest, North Devon, 16th-18th June

My personal favourite, I always keep my date open for Oceanfest. This year the line-up will include greats such as Kaiser Chiefs, Sigma and Scouting for Girls. Every year thousands flood not just for the beautiful beach-side venue and outstanding performances but also the exhilarating surf, action packed sports, locally sourced food and family‑friendly fun.



Latitude Festival, Suffolk, 13th-16th July

Latitude is quite literally bursting with acts and takes over the countryside once every year bringing you the Great British culture surrounding great festivals. Unique features include hidden DJ’s in the woods and colourful roaming sheep. If that’s not enough then maybe the fact the 1975, Mumford & Sons and Fleet Foxes are all headlining. Adult weekend tickets are £197.50



Green Man, Brecon Beacons, 17th-20th August 

Explore the weird and wonderful world of the Green Man festival. Taking In the abundance of Indie music is quite the experience. The line-up includes excellent artists such as PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams, Julian Cope and many more. If exploring magical settings sounds interesting to you then this is the festival for you. Adult tickets are available for £180.



Festival Number 6, Gwynedd, 7th-10th September

‘A festival unlike any other’ is the tagline of festival number 6. It certainly rings true with the Mediterranean-inspired main stage, Grade II-listed fantasy village, surrounded by estuary, mountains and woodlands. This year the multi awarding winning event is being headlined by the Flaming lips and Bloc Party. Experience the whole event for £195.