Top Music Festivals In The UK

The United Kingdom has some of the world’s brightest and most exciting music festivals. These music festivals draw people and musicians from all parts of the world to UK’s most vibrant cities for scintillating musical and dance performances. Here are the top music festivals in the UK.

Glastonbury Festival

This is one of the world’s most famous music and performing arts festivals. Hosted annually in Somerset, music lovers get to embrace every genre across the music spectrum, from rock and pop to minimal house, techno, and full-throttle drum ‘n’ bass.

Y Not Festival

This is an independent UK music festival showcasing a line-up of rock, indie and alternative music in the heart of the Peak District. It offers festivalgoers the opportunity to have a weekend of dance, laughs, intimate and personal moments.

Boundary Brighton

Boundary Brighton is Brighton’s biggest electronic music festival. It showcases a house and bass music line-up inside the city’s Stanmer Park. With maximum fun expected, festivalgoers get to party alongside some of the finest artists in the UK and beyond.

Neighbourhood Weekender

This festival is an indie festival inside Warrington’s Victoria Park. It boasts of a weekend of fun and music. It allows household names and upcoming artists to showcase their talents to a large crowd of fun-seekers.

Beautiful People

Beautiful People is one of London’s most popular music festivals. It showcases music and dance performances from different genres of music like house, soul, R&B, garage, and disco. The festival brings people and top dance schools together to revel in a shared love of music in the summer sun.

The Wireless Festival

This festival originated as a rap music festival but included rock, pop, hip-hop, and other urban music in recent times. It takes place every year in London and has been headlined by Jay-Z, Kanye West, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Stormzy, in the recent past.

Clarence Park Festival

This is the longest-running free music festival in Yorkshire, England. It has been hosted annually at the bandstand in Clarence Park, Wakefield, since 1991. The festival features alternative music and rock.


Music festivals are great for dancing and musical performances. Any dance enthusiast would love to be in attendance.

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