Dot to Dot
Spanning across Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham in their finest venues, Dot To Dot is the one-day-only, no-camping festival, which only continues to get bigger and better each year. Last year the festival saw kings of indie-pop Sundara Karma go out in a confetti-shaped bang as their confetti canons filled the entire venue with colour; with a massive 2018 line-up, who knows what this year will bring? Join this huge line-up, with many more to still be announced, across the country only at Dot To Dot.
Held in the scenic, and home to many a musical event, Finsbury Park, Community festival boasts an ever-growing line-up of talent. Headlining this one-day festival will be Two Door Cinema Club, whose performance will be a UK festival exclusive; The Vaccines, who've just released brand new album Combat Sports; You Me At Six; Sundara Karma; Rat Boy; Tom Grennan, who's just embarked on sold-out UK tour, and lots more! Don't miss out on what's set to be a great day out in beautiful Finsbury Park.
This Is Tomorrow
A brand new festival in Newcastle, This Is Tomorrow spans two days in Spillers Warf to bring the North East the best in indie and rock music. Day one sees a whole host of indie names, upcoming and established, grace the festival with Sam Fender, Little Comets, Everything Everything and Catfish & the Bottlemen all set to play. Whilst rock legends, who are just about to release their latest album, Thirty Seconds To Mars have just been announced to play day two! Two whole days, two massive line-ups and no camping in site - what's not to love?
In it's third year The Downs festival will be bringing Bristol some superb indie, rock and electronic talent with it's eclectic, and impressive, line-up. With even more to be announced, overseeing the whole thing is British icon Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds to end the show with a well-deserved bang. The Downs also prides itself on: it's Information Stage where you can hear the most thought-provoking speakers say their piece; it's newly-expanded family and kids area to keep the little ones entertained; and it's local food traders bringing the most delicious food and drink from Bristol and it's surroundings.
If you haven't yet, be sure to check out Part One of our Day Festival Top Picks here, and be sure to listen to our Spotify playlist of all the headliners, below!
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