Art Festival Guide

Art Festivals That Rock This Year

biltmore_villagefair5Family festivals are a great way to bond and do not miss out these family festivals that is rocking this year. Some of the most desired family festival destinations are listed below, go ahead and book your event.

Latitude happens at Southwold, Suffolk between July 14 and 17. It is a destination for pop, indie and electro lovers. The theme is environment friendly. There are workshop for kids, spoken words, live theatre, comedy and more for their entertainment. What you should not miss is the rock bands The National and The Maccabees. To add to this there is plenty of comedy acts lined up from the likes of Josh Widdicombe and Russell Howard. The kids area is complete with craft, face painting, processions, theatre and more.

5015_216780mCamp Bestival is for music buffs and art lovers. It happens on July 28-31 at Lulworth Castle, Dorest. The Festival interest both kids and adults alike. There are fun experiences lined up like live theatre, diverse music and live theatre. The stage will be taken by Jess Gylnne, Fatboy Slim, Bananarama, Tear for Fears and more. Do not miss to watch the Aliens Love Underpants from the West End Productions.

Green Man happens by the Brecon Beacons in Wales from August 18 to 21. If you are a beer lover, this is the place to be. There are 99 varieties of beers on display. Ciders is also on offer. Kids can enjoy the interactive workshops. James Blake, Belle & Sebastian, a Scottish band and more to come this festive season. Einstein’s Garden will be a treat for kids.

Blissfields begins on July 1 at Winchester. The place has turned into electric weekenders’ destination in Hampshire. It stages Indie and hip hop favorites on the stage. Dizzee Rascal, Everything Everything will be on stage. Angel Gardens comes this year with dad dancing competition and kids’ activism club.

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Top UK Events In 2016

e278ed27a7d5691c3fc294b4337a7fc28bacde32d8894c63a5d33de39c8ea684These are hot UK events this year that should not be missed. If you want to catch the fun, ensure you book in advance. These are some of the hottest events that are completely sold out even before you think.

An exciting real life action game IRL Shooter – Dying Alive is a exciting game series that can be all fun. It is a zombie apocalypse game run in a government facility that was a former prison. It is set with laser weapons and completely interactive environment. It gives a real life experience to the players who get immersed in the game. IT happens at HMP Shrewsbury between January 23-24.

wearabletechKelburn Garden Party is set in the backdrop of 13th century painted castle located on the West Coast, Scotland. It is fun with music, adventure and art. It comes with diverse acts like dance, sounds, reggae, pop up gigs, poetry, glen walks and more. It is held at Kelburn Castle, from July 1-4.

Zombie infection is a walking dead game. Fight your way through deadly zombies that can be a test to your endurance. Put up a brave act against the zombie. Find a place to hide and get trained in weaponry. This can save you from becoming a zombie. The event happens at Nottingham, Leicester, Sheffield on varied dates.

The Wearable Technology Show is a great event for wearables like smart devices, IOT and augmented reality. It comes in 7 tracks giving you an opportunity to listen to experts in the field of wearable technology. The event happens at ExCel London on March 15-16.

2000 Trees is set in the Cotswold hills deep in the forest. It is known as Trees. It is a renowned small festival launched by The Guardian. It included Idlewild, The Subways and We Are The Ocean.