It looks like the sunny weather is here to stay for the Jubilee Weekend so, naturally, you'll be looking for some outdoor activities to partake in.
And you're in luck, because there are plenty of festivals taking place over the long weekend up and down the country. From inner city beaches to leafy London parks and city street festivals to seaside raves, you'll find loads of ways to make the most of the bank holiday sun this weekend.
Here's our pick of some of the best festivals happening over the Jubilee weekend.
What: Now in its 5th year, Field Day returns to London's leafy Victoria Park with a line-up of some of the world's most pioneering artists for a one day celebration of everything that is bold, daring, innovative and imaginative in the world of alternative music. (Pictured).
Where: Victoria Park, London
When: Saturday 2nd June
Who: Franz Ferdinand, Julio Bashmore, Metronomy, Grimes, Friends, Django Django, Maya Jane Cole, Modeselektor, SBTRKT, The Vaccines, Beirut, Andrew Bird, and more.
How much: £45
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Big Beach Bootique 5
What: Fatboy Slim brings his gigantic dance music gathering back to Brighton for the 5th time. Ok, it's not outdoors (the festival takes place in the Amex Statium), but what better excuse to make a weekend of it in Brighton? And it's going to rain anyway. Possibly.
Where: Amex Stadium, Brighton
When: Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd June
Who: Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim, Nero, Annie Mac, Luciano, DJ Fresh, Maya Jane Coles and more.
How much: £35 per day
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Eurocultured Street Festival
What: 6 venues, three outdoor stages, and over 100 acts descend on Manchester this weekend for a street festival featuring artists from the forefront of music, dance, visual art, comedy and more.
Where: New Wakefield Street and surrounding area, Manchester
When: Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th June
Who: Optimo, Death in Vegas, The Japanese Popstars, Caravan Palace, Errors, FranceBirdy Nam Nam, The Kill Van Kulls, Brown Brogues, Rich Reason, Now Wave DJs, Tonn Piper, Prosumer and loads more.
How much: £20 for a two day ticket or £12-£15 for one day.
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What: A beach festival in Manchester? Well, yes. It seems Ian Brown was wrong. Returning for its second year, Beached Festival sees Castlefield Basin transformed into a beach - real sand and all - for one day of live music, DJs and sunny vibes.
Where: Castlefield Basin, Manchester
When: Saturday 2nd June
Who: The Futureheads, The Whip, Kid British, The Naughtys, Instra:Mental, Zed Bias, Frazer King, Hey Sholay, Scratcha DVA and more.
How much: £12
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Dot to Dot Festival
What: Taking place over three cities this Bank Holiday weekend, Dot to Dot is a city centre, multi-venue festival featuring some of the most exciting names in new music alongside established acts.
Where: Nottingham, Manchester and Bristol
When: 2nd June (Bristol), 3rd June (Nottingham), 4th June (Manchester)
Who: The Drums, Pulled Apart by Horses, Willy Mason, Summer Camp, Lucy Rose, Pond, Wavves, Willis Earl Beal, Admiral Fallow, Beth Jeans Houghton, Clock Opera and many, many more.
Find more events happening over Jubilee weekend in our UK what's on guide
See all festivals, buy tickets and read the latest festival news and reviews in our 2012 festival guide