December 2017 festivals calendar

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Showing upcoming festivals from Fri 1st Dec 2017 onwards.

March
Threshold

Various venues in the Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

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April
Time Warp

Mannheim, Germany

Prices From: £58

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2Q Festival

Various Venues, Derby City Centre

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Snowbombing

Mayrhofen, Austria.

Prices From: £249

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Fat Out Fest

Islington Mill, Salford

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The Rainbow Venues Festival

The Rainbow Venues, Digbeth, Birmingham

Prices From: £30

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Insomnifest

Beaverworks, Leeds

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Live At Leeds

Various venues in Leeds

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FestEvol

Camp and Furnace, Liverpool

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Forbidden Forest

The Forest Donington Park in Donington

Prices From: £15

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Sounds From The Other City

Various Venues in Salford

Prices From: £12

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May
Liverpool Disco Festival

The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool

Prices From: £35

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The Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender

Camber Sands in Nr.Rye, East Sussex

Prices From: £129

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Restricted Forest

Witton Country Park, Blackburn

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The Great Escape

Venues in Brighton

Prices From: £60

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Let's Rock The Moor!

March Meadow, Maidenhead

Prices From: £40

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Skiddle: The UK's biggest guide to summer festivals

The history of the modern music festival started with rock and indie gatherings, with Reading Festival, Glastonbury and the Isle of Wight Festival all powerhouses that are still kicking forty plus years since they first started. It's often these festivals which spawn the stars of tomorrow's charts.

Since then they've been joined by a fair few others, with hard rock monoliths like Download, celebrations of new talent in the form of Dot to Dot and collisions with pop such as British Summertime among the many options for guitar fiends and rock nuts.