6 Music Festivals You Can Still Grab Tickets For This 2017

If you don’t have plans for the summer, fear not, because you can still get tickets to these legendary British music festivals for an unforgettable 2017…

Whether you’re a rocker, a pop lover or even a music loving parent with little ones in tow, there’s something for everyone. If you hurry, you could see your favourite bands and DJs on the beach, in the city, the fields or the woods at a music festival this year. Simply take your pick from the hottest events right here and bag your ticket on See Tickets.

1. Field Day

Want to hear something new? Field Day’s genre hopping line up is a day-long celebration of upcoming talent, with the likes of electronic composer Aphex Twins, rock outfit Slowdive and American hip-hop group Run The Jewels on the bill.

Deep in the heart of London, Victoria Park will transform into a humungous Village Fete – challenge your mates to a sack race, tug of war or egg and spoon challenge. Loser gets the first round of craft beer from London’s Brewer’s market? There’s no better way to wash down tasty eats from Street Feast at Field Day.

Field Day is at Victoria Park, London on Saturday 3rd June 2017. Tickets start from £59.95 on See Tickets.

2. Latitude Festival 2017

Combining music, art and comedy in a family-friendly way, Latitude and their merry flock of painted sheep have seriously spoiled you this year. Seek out late night DJ sets and immersive live art performances in the woods, marvel at ballerinas and dancers on the waterfront stage or cast your eyes over a few documentary and film screenings.

Not only does Latitude boast the biggest comedy line up in the UK, with Katherine Ryan and Dara Ó Briain going for laughs – but you get six live music stages. Everyone from The Coral and Lucy Rose to Milky Chance and folk super group Mumford and Sons will hot step onto the Obelisk Arena main stage.  Like the sound of that? You can still grab your tickets – this year’s theme is ‘Come the Revolution’.

Latitude Festival is at Henham Park in Suffolk from Thursday 13th to Sunday 16th July 2017. Weekend camping tickets £205.50 (kids aged 5-12, £10) –
ticket options on See Tickets.

3. Boardmasters Festival 2017

Join the biggest names in music and surf in Newquay for an incredible summer festival. Enjoy live performances from household favourites like Jake Bug, Alt J and The Vaccines on one of 10 stages at Watergate Bay. And head down to Fistral Beach to see four action-packed surf contests, including the World Championship Tour qualifier. You can even don your wetsuit and learn to catch waves with the Official Boardmasters surf school.

Want more? Imagine custom-built BMX and skate parks, live art installations, free yoga sessions and more. Boardmasters happens to be the UK’s cheapest festival per hour of music, so when you grab a ticket last minute, you can be sure you’ll get your money’s worth.

Boardmasters is at Watergate Bay / Fistral Beach in Newquay, Cornwall – from Wednesday 9th August to Sunday 13th August 2017. Weekend tickets start from £182 (£2 for under 7s), VIP Charger tickets £359.25 and day tickets from £63.50. Check your ticket options on See Tickets.

4. V Festival

If it’s an all-out pop extravaganza you want, there are plenty of V Festival tickets just waiting to be snapped up. BBC Radio 1 Stage is the place to be on Friday night, where Annie Mac will kick off your weekend with Chase and Status or Netsky Live – at Chelmsford’s Hylands Park or Weston Park in Staffordshire.

Explore four more stages on Saturday and Sunday, starring the biggest pop sensations, from P!nk, Jay Z and Ellie Goulding to Craig David, Ella Eyre and ‘Talk Dirty’ singer Jason Derulo. Up for a laugh? Beat a path to The Glee Comedy Tent, headlined by funny men Joe Lycett or Lee Nelson.

V Festival is at Hylands Park in Chelmsford / Weston Park in Staffordshire from Saturday 19th to Sunday 20th August 2017. Day tickets start from £97.90, weekend camping tickets from £199.95 – ticket options on See Tickets.

5. Reading & Leeds Festival 2017

What better way to spend your August bank holiday weekend than in a field with the likes of Kasabian and Liam Gallagher at Reading or Leeds Festival 2017? Veterans Muse and Eminem are both headlining the festival for the third time. But keep your eyes peeled for a secret set on the smaller stages. The Haim sisters, grime star Wiley and pop rockers You Me At Six are well worth seeking out away from the main stage.

Reading & Leeds Festival 2017 is at Richfield Avenue in Reading / Bramham Park in Leeds from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th August 2017. Day tickets from £72, weekend ticket from £213 – more options on See Tickets.

Once you’ve booked, run your eyes over this fool-proof festival survival guide, while your tickets wing their way over to you.

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