Britain’s Best Music Festivals

If you’re in Britain and you’re a music fan then if there’s one place to be its Glastonbury Festival. It’s considered to be one of the largest performing arts festivals world-wide and has featured artists from Beyonce to Dance Village. However don’t just stop there, if you have the time check out all five of Britain’s best music festivals which include V Festival, T in the Park, Reading Festival and The Secret Garden Party. You may think some of the names are a tad on the strange side but once you’re in the crowd cheering with everyone else you won’t have time to do anything but have a great time.

People say that Glastonbury Festival is like going to another country, there’s a lot of travel required and lot of queuing but once you’re through you’re in a whole different world. It’s a city of tents and everyone around you is there to have fun and wild time so rest assured you’re in good company. Glastonbury is home to the iconic Pyramid stage where more than just a few great artists have graced its steps and if you’re lucky you might just be in the right season at the right place for your favourite artist on tour. Apart from great performances from talented artists there are also night time cinemas so if that is your thing don’t forget to stock up on popcorn!

The V Festival is an annual festival held during August at two locations simultaneously. It’s one of the popular choices amongst music lovers and artists shuffle between locations on the Saturday and the Sunday. The great thing about that is if you’ve missed out on your favourite artist on Saturday then just opt for the Sunday performance. Admittedly, it’s mostly a rock scene with famous past performances given by Foo Fighters and Kings of Leon so if rock music is you’re thing then V Festival might the place to be.

One of the most well known and popular festivals in Britain (Scotland to be precise) held in July; T in the Park is not only a great music venue but a superb entertainment one too. There’s fairground rides for those who like to be thrown around in the air screaming their lungs out from the exhilaration and the classic Ferris wheel of course. Or if you’re someone who prefers to chill, there’s always a spot to be grabbed on the grass and drink from one of the stores. T in the Park also has a Thursday cinema night with the films voted highest the ones that air. Needless to say there is something for everyone at T in the Park so it really is no surprise that it’s one of the most popular festivals in Britain.

If you’re someone who enjoys a bit of the strange and the unique, then Bestival might be a good festival to check out. It’s a boutique music festival boasting several music awards and showcases some of the most eclectic music out there such as Pendulum and The Prodigy. What’s more you also get to dress up in fancy clothes so check it out if that’s your thing.

Finally there’s the Secret Garden Party if you’re really in for an unusual festival experience. It’s held annually and has more than 15 stages for alternative music artists and alternative music lovers. Some of the artists featured last year include Leftfield and Cosmos Jarvis and the acts confirmed this year are Rob Da Band and Warehouse Republic.
So if you’re in Britain and you’re a music lover or someone with time to spare, pencil in these five of Britain’s best music festivals. You’ll be sure to have an unforgettable experience a great time. Plus you meet like-minded people and get chatty with strangers who can turn out to be great friends. You never know!

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