SPIN London is the world's first urban focused bicycle festival, set to debut in East London this May!
For details of live music, DJs, exhibitors, brands and highlights to look out for, click here
Set in the historic hotbed of consumer cool and street culture at The Old Truman Brewery in East London, SPIN London promises to be the hottest ticket the city and the UK has to offer for cycle enthusiasts, cycle traders & the general public
The Montreux Jazz Festival is the second largest jazz festival in the world and the largest jazz festival in Europe, as well as being Switzerland's largest festival of any variety. With a lineup that isn't exclusively Jazz, the festival caters to a wider audience than hardened jazz fanatics, but also acts as a gateway to jazz for those who are less familiar with it.
BoomTown Fair is a UK festival that takes place in August. It features 4 days of live music and art event that offers an array of fringe comedy and theatre. The festival has an ongoing theme surrounding the "legend" of the festival. A lot of effort goes into the decorations, and fancy dress is encouraged, adding to the vibe of the festival. The festival is divided into various 'districts', each with its own camping ground.
Bloodstock Open Air Festival is a three day heavy metal festival in the Midlands, having evolved from its indoor beginnings in 2001 into the outdoor event it is now.
With 3 days of heavy metal bands, DJ's and a capacity of about 8000, this ever growing festival is definitely holding its own and worth checking out if you want something different and seriously heavy!
Tomorrowland is an electronic music festival and one of the largest festivals in Europe. Its unique psychedelic carnival atmosphere is complemented by its electronic and dance music (referred to in the USA as EDM) line-up that also features other similar sub-genres such as trance, house and rave music.
Boardmasters Festival is annual event that combines Surf, BMX and Skate competitions with live music. The live music, camping and rest of the festival events occur at Watergate Bay, whilst the competitions take place at Fistral Beach.
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.