May 2018 festivals calendar

6 matching festivals

Showing upcoming festivals from Tue 1st May 2018 onwards.

May
Annie Mac presents Lost & Found

Annie Mac presents Lost & Found

Various Venues, Malta

3rd - 6th May 2018

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Annie Mac presents Lost & Found

Various Venues, Malta

3rd - 6th May 2018

From 85 (+BF)

Music

Large

Over 18's Only

Showers,

Boat Parties, Beach

On-site Apartments / Chalets

Sounds From The Other City

Sounds From The Other City

Various Venues in Salford

6th May 2018

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Sounds From The Other City

Various Venues in Salford

6th May 2018

From 15 (+BF)

Music, Art, Boutique festivals

Small

Over 18's Only

Cinema / Film screenings

Knockengorroch World Ceilidh

Knockengorroch World Ceilidh

Galloway, South West Scotland

24th - 27th May 2018

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Knockengorroch World Ceilidh

Galloway, South West Scotland

24th - 27th May 2018

Earlybird prices from 87 (concessions available)

Music, Family Friendly, Boutique festivals

Small

Under 18's Allowed

Showers,

Silent Disco

Standard Camping, Luxury / VIP Camping, Caravan, Campervan

Alfresco

Alfresco

Colebrook Lakes in Royal Tunbridge Wells

25th - 27th May 2018

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Alfresco

Colebrook Lakes in Royal Tunbridge Wells

25th - 27th May 2018

From 20 (+BF) Day Ticket

Music, Art, Family Friendly

Small

Under 18's Allowed

Showers,

Kids Area

Standard Camping, Campervan

We Are FSTVL

We Are FSTVL

Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster

26th - 27th May 2018

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We Are FSTVL

Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster

26th - 27th May 2018

TBA

Music

Medium

Over 18's Only

June
Parklife

Parklife

Heaton Park, Manchester

9th - 10th Jun 2018

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Parklife

Heaton Park, Manchester

9th - 10th Jun 2018

Weekend from 96.50

Music

Medium

Over 18's Only

Fairground

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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.