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Top 5 UK festival tickets going on sale this week

Festivals UK

Dig out the bucket hats and fanny packs…festival season is on its way

Feeling the January blues extra hard this year? Counting down the days till summer? If you need something to look forward to while you refill your hot water bottle and try to persevere through another dark morning, there's been a flood of line-up announcements from a number of festivals from around the UK.

From Travis Scott to Kasabian, there's something for everyone this summer and tickets will sell like hot cakes. Read on to find out who's playing, where and how to get your hands on tickets.

D-Block Europe

Wireless

The 2023 headliners for London's biggest hip hop and rap festival Wireless were announced earlier this week and include home-grown talents such as D-Block Europe and Dreya Mac as well as industry giants from across the pond like Playboi Carti and Travis Scott. Special guest 50 Cent will join for the weekend in July and as if that wasn't enough, more acts are yet to be announced. Find out more details below and check back for updates.

Where?
Finsbury Park, London

When?
Friday 7 - Sunday 9 July

Who's playing?
Friday 7 July: Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert, Metro Boomin, Lancey Foux, Latto, Ken Carson, Destroy Lonely, Ice Spice, Lola Brooke

Saturday 8 July: Travis Scott, Headie One, Bryson Tiller, Joey Bada$$, Flo, Clavish, Mariah The Scientist

Sunday 9 July: D-Block Europe, Lil Durk, Popcaan, Lil Tjay, Dexta Daps, Glorilla, Black Sherif, Dreya Mac, 50 Cent

When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 27 January.

Kasabian

Kendal Calling

Nestled within the stunning setting of the Lake District, Cumbria's music and arts festival Kendal Calling has revealed huge names as part of their 2023 line-up. UK rock royalty Kasabian, Kaiser Chiefs, Circa Waves and more will headline over the weekend, joined by pop chart-toppers such as Example, Confidence Man, Beabadoobee, KT Tunstall and more. Check out the line-up below.

Where?
Lowther Deer Park, Lake District, Cumbria

When?
Thursday 27 - Sunday 30 July

Who's playing?
Kasabian, Royal Blood, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Kaiser Cheifs, Rick Astley, The Lathums, Example, Frank Turner, Confidence Man, Circa Waves, Beabadoobee, Happy Mondays, The Enemy, Melanie C, Natalie Imbruglia, KT Tunstall, The Amazons, Scouting For Girls, Reverend & The Makers, The Hunna, The Murder Capital, Jaackmaate's Happy Hour Live, Vistas, Kiefer Sutherland, We Are Scientists, Lottery Winners, Tim Burgess, Cassia, Sad Night Dynamite, Rachel Chinouriri, Alice Merton, Annie Mac

When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Saturday 28 January.

The Strokes

All Points East

After Stormzy announced his This Is What We Mean Day takeover plans, New York rock icons The Strokes have been confirmed as the next headliners for London's All Points East 2023. Joined by fellow New Yorkers Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Norweigan indie pop sensation Girl In Red, this year is lined up to be a big one. Read on for the headliners so far and check back for further announcements.

Where?
Victoria Park, London

When?
Friday 18 - Friday 28 August

Who's playing?
Friday 18 August: Stormzy

Friday 25 August: The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Girl In Red, Amyl And The Sniffers, Angel Olsen, Black Midi, Julie, Hotwax, Nieve Ella

When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 27 January.

Aphex Twin

Field Day

London's annual electronic music event Field Day returns this August and is most certainly not one to miss, promising award-winning producer Aphex Twin's first show in the city for four years. Other acts billed for the festival include Sudan Archives, Jayda G and Fever Ray. Check out the line-up so far and come back for further announcements.

Where?
Victoria Park, London

When?
Saturday 19 August

Who's playing?
Aphex Twin, Bonobo, Arca, Fever Ray, Jayda G, Jon Hopkins, Kelela, Moderat, SBTRKT, Sudan Archives, TSHA, Actress, Desire, Guilia Tess, Hagpop Tchaparian, Kai Campos: Mount Kimbie, LSDXOXO, Juliana Huxtable, MAFRO, Surusinghe

When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 27 January.

Fatboy Slim

Love Saves The Day

Boasting over 175 artists from the UK and elsewhere, Love Saves The Day has announced that DJ icon Fatboy Slim and synth-pop hitmakers Years & Years will headline this year's music event in Bristol. Other performers include 'Afraid To Feel' sensation LF System and 'Katy On A Mission' star Katy B. Check out the full line-up below.

Where?
Ashton Court Estate, Bristol

When?
Saturday 27 - Sunday 28 May

Who's playing?
Fatboy Slim, Years & Years, Andy C, Folamour, Four Tet, Hedex, Hybrid Minds, Jyoty, Kelis, Knucks, Nia Archives, Overmono, Romy, Shy FX, Sub Focus, Dimension, Artwork, Eats Everything, Eliza Rose, Ewan McVicar, Groove Armada, Kettama, Katy B, Kings Of The Rollers, K-Trap, LF System, Piri, Sainte, SG Lewis, Skream, Solardo

When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets are on sale now.

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed here is accurate, always check with the venue before attending.

Love Saves The Day

A two day love-fuelled festival with an emphasis on dance beats, hip hop and DJs in Bristol. The line-up for 2019 features Lily Allen, Maribou State, IAMDDB and more.

Ashton Court, Bristol

Sat 25 May

£0–£112.44 (Family £44.80) / 0117 922 3686

Wireless Festival 2024

Europe's biggest celebration of black music returns with the world's biggest artists The festival is firmly rooted in hip hop, grime and R&B influenced sounds and represents forward thinking artists from both the UK and the USA. The cross pollination of the two scenes over the last 5+ years has helped bring together…

Finsbury Park, London N4

Fri 12 Jul

Times to be confirmed / £3.95–£37

Sat 13 Jul

£3.95–£37

Sun 14 Jul

£3.95–£37

Kendal Calling

Three days of live music and DJs in the Lake District. 2017's lineup includes Stereophonics, Manic Street Preachers, Franz Ferdinand, Brian Wilson, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, Jake Bugg, Frightened Rabbit, Seasick Steve, Editors, Slaves, Circa Waves, Nothing But Thieves, Lethal Bizzle, Kate Nash, The Hunna…

All Points East

Luno presents All Points East is a festival in Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, London. Major headline shows with curated, credible lineups bookend free activities, In The NBHD, during the week. We’re more than just about the music and are passionate about making a positive impact on the local community, and leading the way…