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Back to Live: UK Festivals to Look Forward to in 2021
Back to Live: UK Festivals to Look Forward to in 2021
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The roadmap has been set and – crosses fingers – we're on our way to enjoying in-person events again. To whet your appetite for what's to come when restrictions are due to be lifted in the UK on June 21, we've picked out the open-air events our editors are most looking forward to attending. From parties on the beach to heavy metal in the Cotswolds, our guide to festival season 2021 has it all. Bring. It. On.
Back to Live: UK Festivals to Look Forward to in 2021
Back to Live: UK Festivals to Look Forward to in 2021
Back to Live: UK Festivals to Look Forward to in 2021
Back to Live: UK Festivals to Look Forward to in 2021
Collectie van Eventbrite
The roadmap has been set and – crosses fingers – we're on our way to enjoying in-person events again. To whet your appetite for what's to come when restrictions are due to be lifted in the UK on June 21, we've picked out the open-air events our editors are most looking forward to attending. From parties on the beach to heavy metal in the Cotswolds, our guide to festival season 2021 has it all. Bring. It. On.
The roadmap has been set and – crosses fingers – we're on our way to enjoying in-person events again. To whet your appetite for what's to come when restrictions are due to be lifted in the UK on June 21, we've picked out the open-air events our editors are most looking forward to attending. From parties on the beach to heavy metal in the Cotswolds, our guide to festival season 2021 has it all. Bring. It. On.

This small but mighty grassroots festival celebrates Caribbean culture through performances, food & drink and screenings. Head to South London's Crystal Palace Park to join in the festivities.

The iconic Bristol club comes back to life and makes its first foray into festivals. Organisers promise nine hours of genre-bending bops at a secret location in the South West.

The first weekend of July sees Kubix resurrect in the beautiful surrounds of Sunderland's Herrington Country Park. International artists such as Ash, The Futureheads and Levellers will be performing across two stages.

Get some sea air while enjoying an eclectic line-up of live music from the likes of Shola Ama and The Real Thing. As for the location, Sandbanks on the south coast is within easy reach of London.

Go west for a grassroots festival that likes to keep it simple: local food, bands and entertainment in the gorgeous Cornwall countryside.

In July, North London will once again come alive with the sounds, flavours and people that make Mauritian culture so intoxicating. No matter your roots, head down to Trent Park to soak up the atmos.

Tropicana Nights – an 80s club night turned festival – is coming to Southend-on-Sea. Dust off your shoulder pads, backcomb your hair into oblivion and get ready to party the night away with Pat Sharp.

Deer Shed's combination of genuine headline acts, thoughtful programming and immersive elements make it one of the best family friendly festivals out there. They've had almost two years to plot 2021's edition, so you can bank on it being extra special.

Described as "a mischievous melting pot of music, arts, party and people" FarmFest has grown to become one of the South West's most popular festivals. Despite its success, it retains a fierce independent spirit and has a canny knack for catching the wave on new artists.

If you're in the East Midlands area, don't miss out on the last ever Barefoot Festival. With live performances, wellness sessions and arts & crafts activities, it's a proper day out for all the family.

Bristolians, we hope you're thirsty. This drinks festival promises to be one hell of a party, bringing tastings, talks and street food to the city centre.

Noughties indie takes centre-stage at Garon Park in Essex, with the recently reformed McFly topping a bill that also includes Scouting for Girls and Eliza and the Bear.

Following on from their successful live events, Klub Kids are putting on a drag festival in August complete with live performances, meet and greets and innuendos aplenty.

You don't have to be a sports fan to enjoy the so-called "Sporting Glastonbury" (the programme includes live music and experiences, too) but if you are then you are pretty much guaranteed a winning Bank Holiday weekend.

This free to enter festival presents an ideal day out for families, with children's zones, artisan food and art up for grabs.

Two days. Three Stages. Dozens of incredible experimental rock bands, including Bossk, Hiroshima and We Lost the Sea. We know where we want to be on the second weekend of September...

It's Boundary's fifth birthday and they'll be celebrating in the only way they know how: with an all-day feast of EDM in Stanmer Park.

You've got a little more time to wait for this one but we're confident it will be worth it. Expect all the usual Bavarian favourites, from oompah bands to steins of beer as big as your head.

The multi-award winning 2000trees Festival in Cheltenham returns for three days of shenanigans and hard-hitting live music from the likes of Dinosaur, Creeper and Jimmy Eat World.

As if the Cheddar Road address isn't appetising enough, ArcTanGent have lined up 90 of the hard rock's scene's biggest acts for a three-day shebang in the South West. Consistently voted one of the best independent festivals out there, 2021 sees Opeth and Cult of Luna headline.