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Bank Holiday, Sunshine & Greenfields, Yes The Summer Festival Season is Here

Posted on Tue 24th May 2016

The festival season kicks off in anger this weekend, with festivals taking place over the length and breadth of the country, here are a selection:

Bearded Theory

Date: 26th – 29th May
Where: Catton Park, Walton Upon Tent, Derbyshire
Tickets: Sold Out

Bearded Theory is a great family festival, it has that winning combination of great music, reasonably priced good food and drink plus a great vibe. Line Up includes Public Image Ltd, Levellers and Asian Dub Foundation.


Date: 28th – 29th May
Where: Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminister
Tickets: Day £69.50, Weekend £119.50 plus VIP options

We Are FSTVL is the biggest dance festival in the South East. The organisers certainly don’t scrimp when it comes to production with huge stages, great sound, pyro’s and lasers. Line up includes Fatboy Slim, Steve Angelo and Sven Vath.

Common People Oxford / Southampton

Date: 28th – 29th May
Where: South Park, Oxford and Southampton Common
Tickets: Day £29.50, Weekend £55.00 plus VIP options

Common People brings the joys of Bestival to Southampton and Oxford. Common People is a festival for the whole family, with plenty to keep both adults and kids amused. Line up includes Duran Duran, Primal Scream and Craig David.

Knockengorroch World Ceilidh

Date: 27th – 29th May
Where: Knockengorroch Farm, Castle Douglas, Dumfries & Galloway
Tickets: £108.00

Knockengorroch is a small perfectly formed family friendly festival. The festival is a true celebration of world music and ethnic diversity. Line up includes Black Uhuru, Family Atlantica, and Skerryvore.

Elderflower Field Festival

Date: 27th – 30th May
Where: Pippingford Park, Ashdown Forest, East Sussex
Tickets: Sold Out

Elderflower Field is a festival with an emphasis on the family. The festival hosts activities for kids of all ages, great locally sourced food and two stages of live music. Line up includes London Afrobeat Collective, Shlomo and Resonators.

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