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Summer festivals you can still buy tickets for this July

It’s not too late for you and your friends to get your festival game on this summer. Here are the festivals which still have tickets available.


Henley Festival


Picture this: a sophisticated, glamorous festival where everyone is sipping bubbly under the stars whilst enjoying performances from the likes of Boy George, Jessie J and Tom Odell. To top it all off, you’re feasting on some gorgeous food prepared by Michelin star-rated chef, Angela Hartnett MBE. Henley Festival also works with charities that help nurture creativity and educate young people in the importance of staying mentally well.


When: 10 – 14 July

Where: Various venues in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

Price: £235 (+BF) Evening Weekend Grandstand Package

Website: henley-festival.co.uk



2000Trees Festival

Many different reviewers cite 2000trees as the UK’s coolest independent festival and it’s also a multi-award winning festival. It was crowned 2018’s ‘Best Medium-sized Festival’ by UK Festival Awards. The headlining acts include Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls (Thursday) and You Me At Six (Friday).


When: 11 – 13 July

Where: Upcote Farm, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Price: £129.50 (+BF) 3-day ticket including camping;
£116.55 (+BF) 3-day student/emergency services/NHS/armed services
ticket including camping

Website: twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk



Nass Festival


Nass isn’t your standard festival, instead, it mixes music with skateboarding, BMX and street art. Top competitors in each field come from all over the world to perform to a live audience and gain international acclaim. Headliners at this year’s festival are Giggs (Friday), Rudimental (Saturday) and Cypress Hill (Sunday). Across the seven stages are Pendulum, Hannah Wants, Akala, IAMDDB and many more talented performers.

When: 11 – 14 July

Where: The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, near Bristol

Price: £159 (+BF + £5 refundable Litter Bond) tier 3 weekend ticket
including camping

Website: nassfestival.com



Noisily


Noisily prides itself on being a one of a kind, alternative festival for underground music and its many fans. Their mantra is all about using music and art to promote inclusivity, self-expression and all-round wellness. In the Leicestershire woods, this venue offers a unique festival experience spread across three different stages with completely different atmospheres to enjoy. The 2019 line-up includes Alex Stein, Captain Hook, Icicle, Beth Lydi, Gaudium and Kyrist.


When: 11 – 15 July

Where: Noseley Hall, Leicester

Price: £175 (+BF) weekend ticket including camping

Website: noisilyfestival.com



Lovebox


The conception of Lovebox started in 2002 and it has come a long way since
then. This is the second year in their new home at Gunnersbury Park where Lovebox festival continues to expand festival-goers’ expectations with a line-up of several different genres. This year has some big headliners, with Solange headlining on Friday night and Chance The Rapper headlining on Saturday. You can also look forward to performances from Giggs, 2 Chainz, Cypress Hill, Brockhampton and Loyle Carner.

When: 12 – 13 July

Where: Gunnersbury Park, London

Price: £132.26 (+BF) 2-day ticket

Website: loveboxfestival.com


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Trnsmt


TRNSMT is one of Scotland’s biggest festivals and is host to a variety of music: from big names in the industry to the very best local talent. The 2019 headliners are Stormzy (Friday), Catfish and the Bottlemen (Saturday) and George Ezra (Sunday). Other big stars joining them across the two stages are Gerry Cinnamon, Years & Years, Bastille, Example, Richard Ashcroft, Snow Patrol, Jess Glynne, Sigrid, Mabel, The Kooks, The Wombats, Circa Waves and Tom Grennan.


When: 12 – 14 July

Where: Glasgow Green

Price: £105 (+BF) 2-day pass

Website: trnsmt.com



Barclaycard Presents BST Hyde Park


British Summer Time Hyde Park is one of the most popular UK festivals. It has an ability to bring music legend after music legend to the stage each year. Right now there are still tickets available for you to catch shows from Florence + The Machine, The National and Robbie William.


When: 13 – 14 July

Where: Hyde Park, London

Price: Varies per event

Website: bst-hydepark.com


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Citadel


Citadel is known as Lovebox’s laidback little sibling as it shares the same location and picks up where Lovebox finishes the day before. This one-day festival is back again to bring festival-goers more of what the love, top quality music and memories. There will be a range of successful artists performing, including Catfish and The Bottlemen, Rag’N’Bone Man, Friendly Fires, Bear’s Den, Matt Corby and DMA’s. There’s also a huge variety of gorgeous street food to dig your teeth into, plus yoga classes and creative workshops for anyone who is keen in that kind of thing.


When: 14 July

Where: Gunnersbury Park, London

Price: £39.50 (+BF) General Admissions Ticket

Website: citadelfestival.com



Bluedot


Bluedot is only a toddler of a festival as it comes up to its fourth year, but don’t let its youthfulness fool you. The celebrations this year are going to be huge as they mark the 50th anniversary since the first manned moon landing! Bluedot encompasses all things music, science and cosmic culture— whilst underneath the iconic Lovell Telescope! Headliners at this year’s festival are Kraftwerk 3-D, New Order and Hot Chip.


When: 18 – 21 July

Where: Jodrell Bank Observatory, Cheshire

Price: £38.50 Thursday; £65.70 Saturday/Sunday

Website: discoverthebluedot.com



Latitude


Awarded ‘Best Family Festival’ in 2018 and ‘Best Major Festival’ in 2017 by the UK Festival Awards, Latitude has gained much global recognition. This summer, they will be welcoming big stars to headline George Ezra (Friday), Snow Patrol (Saturday) and Lana Del Rey (Sunday) will be at the Obelisk Arena. Alongside great music, Latitude also provides great comedy, and this year they’ll have stand-up comedians Russell Kane, Michelle Wolf and Jason Manford ready to leave the crowd in fits of laughter.


When: 18 – 21 July

Where: Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk

Price: £202.50 (+BF) weekend ticket including camping

Website: latitudefestival.com


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Nozstock the Hidden Valley


After 20 years of success, Nozstock is returning once again to Herefordshire. The festival prides itself on catering for everyone with a range of music genres and several different events—many being specially tailored to entertain kids, teens, students, seasoned festival-goers and even the elderly. During this year’s line-up, you can catch shows from Rudimental (DJ set), Soul II Soul, The Skatalites, David Rodigan and many more.


When: 18 – 21 July

Where: Rowden Paddocks, Bromyard, Herefordshire

Price: £150 (+BF + £5 refundable Eco Bond) tier 5
4-day ticket including camping

Website: nozstock.com



Tramlines


Tramlines call itself ‘Sheffield’s biggest ever party’ and they don’t intend to calm it down this year with a line-up of more than 70 artists across four stages. There will also be live comedy, a pop-up cinema and a big family-friendly area. The headliners this summer are Two Door Cinema Club, Courteeners and Nile Rodgers & Chic. Tramlines also provide a platform for local talent to perform as a way to celebrate Sheffield’s homegrown creativity—so there will be plenty of up-and-coming acts to discover.


When: 19 – 21 July

Where: Hillsborough Park, Sheffield

Price: £85 (+BF) tier 7 weekend ticket

Website: tramlines.org.uk



Liverpool International Music Festival


Are you ready for the city’s biggest and best party? The stage is set once again to bring global household names alongside the most exciting emerging new talent that LIMF is renowned for. Heading to Sefton Park this year is an eclectic and unmissable line-up including Sigma, Disco Classical with special guest Sister Sledge feat. Kathy Sledge, De La Soul, Ella Eyre, Yxng Bane, Nao, Maverick Sabre, M-22, Kenny Dope, Jazzie B, Norman Jay MBE and many more.


When: 20 – 21 July

Where: Sefton Park, Liverpool

Price: £11 day ticket

Website: limfestival.com



Splendour


Chart-topping acts, Manic Street Preachers and The Specials are this year’s headliners at Splendour and with over 20 combined UK top 10 hits, it’s not a show you will want to miss out on. At Splendour it’s not just about the music, there is a lot else going on to make the day a memorable experience for everyone. This includes independent market stalls, gem anthems silent disco and many kid-friendly activities including a funfair!


When: 20 July

Where: Wollaton Park, Nottingham

Price: £56.65 General Admission Ticket; £45.65 Nottingham Resident Ticket

Website: splendourfestival.com



Kendall Calling


Kendal Calling is sticking to their tradition of welcoming both big and small names in the music industry to their stages. This year’s headliners are Courteeners, Doves, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Manic Street Preachers, Orbital, Years & Years plus a very special guest, the one and only, Tom Jones. With lots of different stages to explore, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to soak up a good mix of musical talent and make a truly memorable weekend!

When: 25 – 28 July

Where: Lowther Deer Park, Penrith, Lake District

Price: £154.25 (+BF) final release weekend ticket including camping + £33 Thursday entry upgrade

Website: kendalcalling.co.uk



Standon Calling


Standon Calling is bringing their A game this year with Rag’n’Bone Man, Wolf Alice and Nile Rodgers & Chic all headlining. If the classic muddy British festival isn’t your thing and you fancy a life of luxury then you can do some boutique camping with a little hot tub time at the Wild Wellbeing Camp. Side note, if you can’t bear to leave your furry friend behind then this is also a dog-friendly festival. You can even enter your dog into a dog show—how cute!


When: 25 – 28 July

Where: Standon Lordship, Standon, Hertfordshire

Price: £169 (+BF) tier 5 weekend ticket including camping

Website: standon-calling.com



WOMAD


World Of Music, Arts and Dance (WOMAD) is a travelling festival like no other. Since the first festival in 1982, WOMAD has visited over 27 countries and held over 250 festivals! So it’s safe to say they know what they’re doing. This year there are festivals in Australia, Cáceres, Chile, Las Palmas, New Zealand and thankfully, right here in the UK. The 2019 line-up includes Ziggy Marley, Macy Gray, Anna Calvi, Salif Keita and Orbital.


When: 25 – 28 July

Where: Charlton Park, Malmesbury, Wiltshire

Price: £225 4-day ticket including camping;
£145 4-day SN16 Resident ticket including camping

Website: womad.co.uk



Y Not Festival


Y Not Festival has made a home for itself in the beautiful Peak District where they give festival-goers a truly incredible experience. The chosen 2019 headliners are here to impress with Elbow, Two Door Cinema Club, Foals, Franz Ferdinand, You Me At Six and Wolf Alice all lined up to play. But even after the big acts of the day have left, you don’t have to, because there’s a late-night party to keep your spirits high all through the weekend!


When: 25 – 28 July

Where: Aston Hill Farm, Pikehall, Derbyshire

Price: £139.50 (+BF) tier 4 weekend ticket including camping + £30 (+BF) Thursday Upgrade

Website: ynotfestival.com


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Leopallooza


Hidden in the Cornish valleys, Leopallooza is a grassroots music festival that gives praise and attention to the very best up-and-coming bands, artists and DJs. There are over 100 great acts performing across multiple stages. Best of all, there’s also a fairly priced bar—what’s not to love? Plus, The Vaccines, Friendly Fires and Feeder will be the headliners at this year’s festival. Joining them are Bad Sounds, Ed Solo, Findlay, Kawala, The Pale White, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets and many more!


When: 26 – 28 July

Where: The Wyldes, Bude, Cornwall

Price: £129.85 weekend ticket including camping

Website: leopallooza.com



Made Festival


MADE showcases the best talent in house, drum and bass, grime and garage. MADE pays homage to Birmingham’s love for warehouse culture and invites several renowned brands to help them pick out the line-up that can deliver the best of the urban rave scene to all its attendees. This year, you can catch performances from Andy C, Annie Mac, Hardy Caprio, Holy Goof, Lethal Bizzle, Mall Grab, My Nu Leng, Solardo, Sonny Fodera, Sub Focus B2B Dimension and TQD.


When: 27 July

Where: Perry Park, Birmingham

Price: £49.50 tier 4 ticket + £19.25 tier 3 After Party ticket

Website: made-festival.co.uk


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