All Festivals Tickets
Every year from May to September the UK festival season comes around. Come rain or shine (more often rain) the festivals bring together music lovers, families, friends, hen and stag parties. Festival goers from all over the UK will flock to remote fields and farms for that "authentic" festival experience.
Bring your tents, sleeping bags, camping stoves and your wellies (you will need them). UK festivals really do have some of the most thrilling lineups. In the last 10 years the festivals have boomed to well over 500 taking place in UK a year. Some are smaller affairs, some much larger. The behemoth of the festival scene is the world famous Glastonbury festival. With its iconic Pyramid Stage and its mystical location on Pilton Farm with it's mythical location. With attendances pushing over 150,000 people the lineup is filled with the great and the good of world music.
Other large festivals include the V festival, Isle of Wight Festival, Reading and Leeds and T and the Park. All of these offer cutting edge festival experiences and the lineups are again some of the best in the World. Of late their have been a rise in festivals which also cater to the arts. Latitude, Bestival, Green Man, Secret Garden Festival all offer a family friendly experience and tend to focus less on the big headline acts to bring in the masses and more on atmosphere, surroundings, crafts and art. Festivals usually last 3 days starting on a Friday and finishing up Sunday evening. Festival tickets tend to range in price between 50 and 200, this all depends on what type of ticket you are after. You can buy one day festival tickets, camping tickets, 3 day tickets without camping. We have listed many festivals below. If you don't see it you may want to use the search box above or use our event finder on the concert page.
Festivals in the UK first began around 40 years ago, they remain the cheapest option to see a multitude of bands and artists who may only tour in stadium arenas and good seats within these venues may be too expensive for most pockets. Festivals continue to grow as organisers vie for the best lineups, facilities and offer you a unique experience.