The UK festival scene is arguably the best in the world.
Renowned for welcoming superstar acts, the best atmosphere and sometimes rain (which always add to the authentic experience) nowhere quite does festivals like the United Kingdom.
Over the years, more and more festivals have been formed and they’re all competing for the best line up with some underdog festivals really taking the lead.
A city that has truly come out on top is London. Renowned for producing some of the best musical talents in the world, London is undeniably a music hub and a great place to enjoy some of the UK’s very festivals.
Discover some of the best festivals taking place in London in 2018.
Wireless has built a reputation for being an incredible festival and one of the best in the UK.
This year the likes of Stormzy, J Cole and DJ Khaled will be headlining the incredible lineup. Located in the cities, Finsbury Park,
The festival has increased in price for 2018 with a weekend ticket coming in at £160 but for the calibre of acts that are performing, I bet it’s going to be worth every penny.
Having been around for over a decade, Lovebox is a London festival famous amongst the masses.
With an eclectic array of acts, 2018 is sure to have a stellar lineup, even if it’s not been released yet. 2017 was the festivals most incredible line up with Frank Ocean, Solange and Jamie XX so they really need to pull out all the stops to ensure 2018 matches up.
Lovebox festival has furthermore relocated for 2018 to Brockwell Park, near Brixton. There is some resistance from residents as they have already started a petition to stop the festival.
Field Day is one of the best celebrations for alternative music in London.
Their 2017 line up was amazing with the likes of Aphex Twin, King Gizzard & the Lizzard Wizard and Run The Jewels gracing the stage.
The festival is moving to Brockwell Park for 2018 which like Lovebox is causing a bit of controversy but all being well you’ll be able to enjoy Field Day for many more years to come.
The feel-good festival of the summer, British Summertime is a festival highly popular with London locals.
Taking centre stage at the 2018 festival are The Cure, Michael Buble, Eric Clapton, Bruno Mars and Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters.
Located in London’s famous Hyde Park, the festival takes place in July and is sure to be a sellout, so be quick.
If you’re planning on going to any of the above London festivals in 2018, then get in touch today and let me know – who knows, you might see me there!