Festivals to attend in 2016
Summer is coming and some summer festivals are already selling out fast. Here are some choices on what festivals to attend this year.
It comes back to us in Heaton Park Manchester on June 11-12th. This year sees some big headliners coming to the stage. Years and Years, Jess Glyne, Sigma and more more to name just a few. There are different stages at Parklife for each weekend, both nights consist of 8 stages, with plenty of talent and it will be hard to choose the best stage each day. Now there is plenty more to do at the festival then see your favourite artists, plenty of extra acrobatic performers and some up and coming DJs and club brands to keep you entertained. Lets not forget the glorious food you can enjoy during the whole weekend. Tickets are available still and full weekend tickets are available. Prices for day tickets are £54.50 but then festivals are always better when you camp out and camping prices are £95.00.
Wireless Festival lies on July 8-10th, it’s a great festival in London. Great if your local in London and its at Finsbury Park. Awesome headliners The 1975, Calvin Harris and Chase and Status and many greater acts. It’s a fun and great atmosphere, and since its in London which is rare for other great festivals will make the summer that more exciting. Plenty of acts on to keep you going, not much being said on what the stages are like and what else to expect online. If you want to go then prices for day tickets are £62.50 plus booking fee and then multi day tickets, which only lets you do two days of the festival as a bundle are ranging from £106.50 to £109.50. If you want the full weekend, then it costs £155.50. Don’t forget the booking fee on them to.
T in the Park
It starts in July 8-10th, same as Wireless festival. Some brilliant headliners include, The 1975, Tom Odell, disclosure and many more acts. It’s going to be held at Strathallan Castle, Perthshire, Scotland. Let’s hope we don’t get a Scottish summer, and hope for sunny weather. They improved the location of everything this year, which means more things to explore, they moved the main stage and the Radio 1 stage to and a few other smaller stages. They have a great area for amazing food, since food really has improved at festivals to offer really tasty options. If you are still interested in going, you can either camp or not, so if you’re not fan of sharing a small tent then you opt for No camping tickets which cost £82.50. If you want to go for camping, then you can get them at £194. It’s a pricier festival but its got some great acts.
Reading and Leeds
Reading and Leeds is on August 26th -28th. Another big year for the festival, Headliners include Fall Out Boy, A$AP Rocky, Twenty One Pilots and many more. So many great stages for this year 11 to be exact. Luckily tickets are still available for this fantastic festival that is so popular year after year. Day tickets cost £66.50, weekend tickets now are very steep, £213 so buy your tickets wisely. There is always so much to do at Reading and Leeds, great food stands and plenty of new talent to seek on smaller stages.
We wanted to feature the famous Glastonbury festival but they just sell out way too fast before we could even write anything about them. Not long left till the summer so we hope this helped you make your mind up. What festivals are you planning to go to let us know on Facebook and Twitter