Top 5 small festivals to go to this year
Incredible live music, delicious food, magical atmospheres and stunning settings – these small festivals are not to be missed:
1 – Secret Garden Party
21st – 24th July
Mill Hill Field, Cambridgeshire
What used to be known as a woodland fairytale now has a galactic twist with this year’s theme ‘The gardener’s guide to the galaxy.’ An other-worldly experience with an epic line up; Air, Caribou and Primal Scream to name but a few.
2 – Farm Fest
29th – 31st July
Gilcombe Farm, Burton, Somerset
A perfect mixture of dub, folk, house and everything in between. Supporting the local community, Farm Fest is all about local food, artists and performers.
3 – Festival N⁰6
1st – 4th September
A stunning setting for this intimate music and arts festival. “The coolest, most surrealist, funkiest, freakiest, best festival in the world…” As said by Beck! What more persuasion do you need? Well, this year’s headliners might do the trick; Noel Gallagher, Hot Chip and Bastille!
4 – Truck Fest
15th – 17th July
Hill Farm, Oxford
A charming and intimate festival, with an awesome line-up. This year including Manic Street Preachers, Everything Everything and Catfish & the Bottlemen!
5 – Parklife
11th – 12th June
Heaton Park, Manchester
Park life boasts a great line-up this year, including The Chemical Brothers, Ice Cube, Annie Mac and Jess Glynne! With an electric atmosphere in one of the UK’s finest cities this festival is not to be missed!