September 2018 festivals calendar

182 matching festivals

Showing upcoming festivals from Sat 1st Sep 2018 onwards.

September
Looe Music Festival
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Looe Music Festival

Plymouth

21st - 23rd Sep 2018

Music

Small

Over 18's Only

Voodoo Village Festival 2018
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Voodoo Village Festival 2018

Belgium

22nd Sep 2018

Music

Small

Over 18's Only

How The Light Gets In
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How The Light Gets In

London

22nd - 23rd Sep 2018

Music, Art, Film

Small

Under 18's Allowed

Cardiff Vegan Festival
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Cardiff Vegan Festival

Cardiff

22nd Sep 2018

Food, Family Friendly

Very Small

Under 18's Allowed

Loch Lomond Live

Loch Lomond Live

near Glasgow

22nd - 23rd Sep 2018

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Loch Lomond Live

near Glasgow

22nd - 23rd Sep 2018

Music

Very Small

Under 18's Allowed

Listen Out Melbourne
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Listen Out Melbourne

22nd Sep 2018

Music

Medium

Over 18's Only

Mint Festival

Mint Festival

RAF Church Fenton, Leeds East Airport, Leeds

22nd Sep 2018

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Mint Festival

RAF Church Fenton, Leeds East Airport, Leeds

22nd Sep 2018

Music

Small

Over 18's Only

Festival on the Sea
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Festival on the Sea

Blackpool

23rd Sep 2018

Music

Small

Under 18's Allowed

ABODE In The Park
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ABODE In The Park

London

23rd Sep 2018

Music

Small

Over 18's Only

Standard Camping

Listen Out Perth
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Listen Out Perth

23rd Sep 2018

Music

Medium

Over 18's Only

Hospitality In The Park

Hospitality In The Park

Finsbury Park, London

24th Sep 2018

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Hospitality In The Park

Finsbury Park, London

24th Sep 2018

Music

Medium

Over 18's Only

Equinox Festival

Equinox Festival

Chalk Farm in Wyham, near Lincoln

21st - 24th Sep 2018

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Equinox Festival

Chalk Farm in Wyham, near Lincoln

21st - 24th Sep 2018

Music, Food, Family Friendly

Small

Under 18's Allowed

Standard Camping, Caravan, Campervan

Burning Seed

Burning Seed

26th September - 1st Oct 2018

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Burning Seed

26th September - 1st Oct 2018

Music, Art, Boutique festivals

Small

Under 18's Allowed

Sonder Festival

Sonder Festival

Manchester

27th - 30th Sep 2018

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Sonder Festival

Manchester

27th - 30th Sep 2018

Music

Small

Over 18's Only

Loopallu Festival

Loopallu Festival

Ullapool Pier, Scotland

28th - 29th Sep 2018

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Loopallu Festival

Ullapool Pier, Scotland

28th - 29th Sep 2018

Music, Family Friendly

Small

Under 18's Allowed

Lake Of Stars
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Lake Of Stars

TBA

28th - 29th Sep 2018

Music

Large

Over 18's Only

Showers,

Beach

Standard Camping

Kent Comedy Festival
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Kent Comedy Festival

Maidstone

5th - 6th Oct 2018

Art, Boutique festivals

Very Small

Over 18's Only

Boundary Brighton

Boundary Brighton

Stanmer Park in Brighton

29th Sep 2018

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Boundary Brighton

Stanmer Park in Brighton

29th Sep 2018

Music

Medium

Over 18's Only

Listen Out Sydney
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Listen Out Sydney

29th Sep 2018

Music

Medium

Over 18's Only

Falmouth Reggae Festival
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Falmouth Reggae Festival

Falmouth

29th Sep 2018

Music

Very Small

Under 18's Allowed

Woodland Dance Project
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Woodland Dance Project

Edinburgh

29th Sep 2018

Food

Small

Over 18's Only

The Rainbow Festival: Educate Not Revocate
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The Rainbow Festival: Educate Not Revocate

Venue TBA

29th Sep 2018

Music

Small

Over 18's Only

Listen Out Brisbane
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Listen Out Brisbane

30th Sep 2018

Music

Medium

Over 18's Only

October
Melbourne International Arts Festival
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Melbourne International Arts Festival

Melbourne, Australia

3rd - 17th Oct 2018

Art

Small

Over 18's Only

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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.