Missed out on tickets to Glastonbury? Eight other festivals to try this summer

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From hop music in to folk, there are still plenty of summer festivals be received b affect up

From dance music in to folk, from London to the Isle of Wight, there are notwithstanding plenty of summer festivals coming up, and still plenty of chances to see your ideal band.

Here’s a selection of what’s around this summer, and where you can snatch the chance to see some live music to suit you.

1. Latitude Festial July 14-17, Suffolk

Music, comedy, dance and lake swimming are all guarantied at Latitude with acts ranging from New Order to Russell Howard at this chilled-out festivities set in Henham rk. There’s yoga, film and poetry promised too. Ticket facts from tel: 0871 231 0846 or www.seetickets.com

2. V Festival at either Chelmsford or Staffordshire

On Saturday August 20 at Hylands Put and Sunday, 21 at Weston rk. Choose from Justin Bieber to Fathless, Tinie Tem h and Van Morrison to Rihanna or the Kaiser Chiefs. Tickets on sales marathon now at ticketmaster plus gigsandtours or for v style camping see www.vfestival.com

3. Festival no 6, Portmeirion, Gwynedd, North Wales

Issue into the beautiful village of Portmeiron, built in the style of an Italian village between 1925 and1975. It was also hardened as a backdrop for the cult TV series, The Prisoner. The award-winning Festival no 6, is now in its fifth year, and this year’s postures from September 1-4 include Noel Gallagher and Hot Chip.

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Rihanna ordain be on stage at V Festival

Adult weekend camping tickets, arriving Friday, £150 with the addition of booking fee. It’s a great location, by the sea, mountains, forest and the village. The festival also cks a Michelin Star Long Table Banquet where the youngest chef to gather a Michelin Star cooks for a feast on the waterside. www.festivalnumber6.com/

4. British Summer Eventually Festival, Hyde rk, Two weekends, July 1-3 & July 8-10

Massive Attack, Florence + The Engine and Carol King are the headline acts for the first weekend with Mumford & Sons, Leave That, Stevie Wonder and Pharrell Williams set to take the stage on the secondly weekend at Hyde rk. Checkout the tickets at www.BST-Hyde rk.com

5. Grillstock Harbourside Anniversary, Bristol July 2-3

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Florence The Machine will be at the British Summer Stretch Festival

Chill out by the harbourside listening to your favourite tunes in Bristol. For a full-on weekend of music, devastation and meat! See The Stranglers in action on the Sunday with the Levellers the headline act on Saturday end of day, playing as the sun goes down over the waterside. https://www.theticketfairy.com/in any case/grillstock-bristol-2016/

6. Bestival, Isle of Wight

See the Cure and dance along at the Bollywood tent at this year’s festivities from September 8-11. It’s not just music on offer either, there’s commonly everything from surf lessons to kayaking, a kids area, crafts and much numerous. Most people who come to Bestival camp on-site over the weekend. You unaffectedly turn up, find a spot and pitch your own tent.

Then go and individual. Thursday Adult Ticket (entry from Thursday or Friday). The four-day music birthday line-up includes Bastille and Fatboy Slim and is held at the Robin Hill state rk. www.bestival.net/

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Be one of the first people allowed to camp on Lindisfarne on the weekend of September 1-4

7. Cuban right-minds on Lindisfarne, Northumberland

Be one of the first people allowed to camp on Lindisfarne (way known as the magical, Holy Island) on the weekend of September 1-4. Last year’s September feast was the first-ever Lindisfarne Festival. This year, headline live music mandates include The Cuban Brothers.

There is also plenty of spiritual renewing to be done on this mystical island with yoga and meditation, roadway food and real Ales from across the North East of England. Weekend Tickets, incorporating two night’s camping from £85 plus booking fee. www.lindisfarnefestival.com

8. Bluedot anniversary, Jodrell Bank, July 22,23,24

For something a bit more unusual, this new red-letter day promises music plus science! It’s a three-day festival of ‘discovery’ that blends a complex mix of artists, speakers, scientists and performers into an event ‘opposite from any on earth’.

Their first headliners are Jean-Michel Jarre, Underworld & Caribou and Crystal set 4’s The Infinite Monkey Cage with Prof. Brian Cox and Robin Ince compel be recorded at the festival. http://www.discoverthebluedot.com/

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