The Isle Of Wight Festival is an outdoor music festival that takes place annually on the Isle of Wight in England.
In it's initial three year run Isle Of Wight already secured its place in Festival heritage, especially in 1969 when the event saw Bob Dylan's first performance after a serious motor cycle accident that happened two years prior. Opening 11 days after Woodstock ended, estimates of 150,000 fled over to the little island to view their musical hero.
Roskilde Festival is a 9 day (including 5 warm-up days) annual music festival held in the south of Rosklide in Denmark, with an estimated attendance of 110,000 people a day, it is amongst the six biggest music festivals in Europe.
Since it’s launch in 1971, the festival has been known for it’s support and development of music, humanism and culture.
Early 2013 rumours indicated that Daft Punk may be confirmed, however it has been conformed no tour dates can be expected until 2014.
The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, often referred to Glastonbury or Glasto, is the largest green field open-air music and performing arts event in the world. The festival is best known for its contemporary music, but also features dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret and many other arts.
The ValeFest, previously known as The Vale Festival, is a unique charitable summer music and arts festival that takes place on the campus of University of Birmingham, in Birmingham, England now going into its 12th year. Unlike other music festivals, unusually it is planned, organised and largely staffed by volunteer students - it is believed to be the largest solely student-organised event in the UK. Every year it is held the day after exams finish and all proceeds go towards charities selected earlier in the academic year.
Held within the ancient walls and mystical parkland of Cardiff Castle, X Music Festival is back bigger & better for its 2nd year! Come and join us for an unforgettable weekend of music across 4 spectacular stages with 32,000 amazing people.