Guide To This Summer's UK Festivals

Guide To This Summer's UK Festivals

The festival season has officially begun, cue the mud clad millennials with their flowers and glitter tattoos. If you aren’t lucky enough to be attending a festival this year, or maybe it’s not your thing, then at least you can watch all of the acts from the comfort of your sofa at home. Here are the top festivals to keep your eye out for and what headliners you can expect to see. We have also thrown in a few style options for you!


Glastonbury 21st – 25th June


Location: Worthy Farm Pilton in Shepton Mallett


The ultimate UK festival…Glastonbury is world renowned for its legendary acts and festival culture that comes with it. This year you can expect to see acts such as Radiohead, Foo fighters, Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, Biffy Clyro and many more.

What to wear...

Glastonbury is a very hipster and cool festival so something like the Twiggs T-shirt would help you fit right in.

Twiggs - White £25.00

Wireless 7th – 9th July


Location: Finsbury Park in London


The perfect festival for any Londoners not wanting to trek out to the countryside and spend the weekend roughing it in a tent. This year see the likes of The Weekend, Skepta, Zara Larsson and Chance The Rapper.


What to wear...

Wireless is very mainstream so something like a black shirt to look sleek and cool. 

Stroke - Black £40.00

Latitude – 13th – 16th July


Location: Henham Park in Beccles


This is a great family festival hidden away in Suffolk that puts on an enchanting and mystical event. This year has an amazing line-up including The 1975, Mumford & Sons, Jack Garratt and Fatboy Slim.

What to wear...

Latitude deserves something a little more colourful to fit in with the quirkiness. The Teal polo in red is perfect.

Teal - Red £35.00

V Festival – 19th – 20th August


Location: Weston Park in Staffordshire


Probably one of the most commercial festivals and well organized as it happens in dual locations. The line-ups never fail to disappoint and combines the best artists in pop and rock. This year's star studded line-up features Pink, Jay Z, Rudimental and Ellie Goulding.

What to wear...

V Festival is full of preppy cool young people so the Sirling shirt definitely goes with the vibe of the festival. 

Sirling - Sirling Navy £35.00

Reading and Leeds – 25th – 27th August


Location: Richfield Avenue Festival Site in Reading and Bramham Park in Leeds


Reading Festival boasts an ever impressive line up of punk, rock, alternative, indie, dance and electro music. The festival has a habit of attracting some of the biggest global superstars, and hottest new bands. This year make sure you don’t miss top acts including Kasabian, Eminem, Muse and Liam Gallagher

What to wear...

Reading and Leeds festival is very indie cool so a plain black t-shirt will add an edge to your look. Ever better, black doesn't show up drink stains or mud.  

Roman - black £20.00

Bestival - 7th – 10th September


Location: The Lulworth Estate in East Lulworth


With a brand new location this year, it is set to be the best Bestival yet. They are entering a new chapter of light and sound, exploring the wonders of colour on a mission to increase the peace this September. Top acts The XX and The Pet Shop Boys are the main headliners of the festival along with a whole host of other cool acts.

What to wear...

Bestival is a much more colourful festival so let your creativity show with the Binks floral tee. 

Binks - Navy £25.00

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