Isle of Wight, 9 -12 June
The southern island of Britain boasts some truly great hits this year, including Who and Queen, and Sigma, Jess Glynne, DJ from Pendulum from the current generation.
Parklife 11 -12 June
One of the fastest growing music festivals, Parklife, hosts the Seventh year in the Heaton Park, Manchester. Chemical Brothers, Major Lazer are few of the UK gigs exclusively from Ice Cube.
Glastonbury, 22 -26 June
Three of the behemoths of music industry- Muse, Adele and Coldplay will give the most awaited performance to their fans and the excitement is expected to be enormous.
British Summer Time 1 -10 July
This festival may not be the traditional festival that one might expect to witness but this is a star studded event that happens in Hyde Park; there are six starred up events in this one day festival and always has events that satisfy the audience immensely.
Wireless, 8 -10 July
This year may not be as starred-up as the previous year’s performances by Nicki Minaj, Drake and Lamar, but this year had Calvin Harris to close the first night.
Latitude, 14-17 July
New Order, Maccabees and ANtional Headline make the top line pretty solid; further down the line there are Grimes, Queens and Christine, with the events all mixed up with comedy, theatre and other art forms.
Bestival, 10 -13 September
The main attraction of this event is the fancy and unusual dresses that are worn by the participants; the dress code is often unusual; Major Lazer, Diplo, Cure and Hot Chip made this year’s event and dance music was also included.
End of the Road, 1 -4 September
In its 10th year, this boutique festival was held at the Larmer Tree Gardens and has the reputation as the very beautiful and perfect way to end the summer. Broken Social Scene, Bat for Lashes and Joanna Newsom stood out in the line-up.