Top 5 Festivals of 2020

With February slowly coming to a close its finally time we can start to think about those coming warm months of summer where the nights are long and the days are bright. It also means we can start to prepare for the festival season ahead! The music scene is forever growing and becoming more diverse in its live acts and 2020 is the year of Festivals. Whether you’re looking for a family festival for everyone to enjoy, rave the night away or jam with your favourite bands, this year you’re spoilt for choice. Still looking for tickets? Check out See Tickets for access to all the best festivals across the UK.

Leeds and Reading Festivals 

One of the most notable festivals on the UK scene is the Leeds and Reading festival. Over the August Bank Holiday, you’ll get an amazing line up of artists from a whole range of genres. Despite what the weather may bring over the Summer, this festival has a great turnout and atmosphere year on year. This year the lineup brings us great artists such as Stormzy, Rage Against the Machine and Liam Gallagher.

Also appearing: 

  • Gerry Cinnamon
  • Sam Fender
  • Courteeners
  • AJ Tracey
  • Run the Jewels
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Boomtown

Boomtown is near and it’s time for you to prepare to enter another world. With the immersive campsite’s and stages you can totally forget about the outside world and relish in the new reality, you call home for the weekend. Each year the festival follows a new theme and storyline making every year a new and more amazing spectacle making you want to become a season regular. With music to match the festivals settings, you can lose yourself in the many different stages and features that are places around the festival including hidden hotels and live ska bands.

Line up:

  • Wu-Tang Clan
  • Glitterbox
  • Shy FX
  • Koan Sound 
  • Hybrid Minds

Tickets are still on offer with a cheaper version available for greener transport.

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Parklife

Manchester has been a centre of UK music for many years and the growing popularity of Parklife is just one aspect of its forever growing popularity. Hosting the event over 2 days, Manchester’s Heaton Park becomes the biggest rave Lancashire has seen.  With a mixture of popular music and artists, Parklife draws all types of crowds that come together for the love of music and can see parties carry on through the night in Manchester so the party never has to stop.

Lineup:

  • Tyler the Creator
  • Lewis Capaldi
  • Eric Prydz
  • Fatboy Slim
  • Aitch
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Wireless

For years there has been a rapid growth in mainstream Hip Hop and Grime popularity. So much so that in 2005 Wireless was created to help bring together the best of the genre in a collaborative music festival for everyone to enjoy. With the majority of the genre’s artist and following coming from the Capital it only seems fitting to hold it in London. With the growth in the genre has come to the growth of the festival to the point where it can happily contend against other big festivals such as Leeds Festival and Glastonbury.

Line up:

  • A$AP Rocky
  • M HUNCHO
  • Trippie Red
  • Skepta
  • Mostack
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Junction 2 

The London techno festival is a hit with many ravers from around the UK. Boasting 2 days of nothing but beats from the top artists in their genre’s. Held at the Boston Manor Park west London it holds an amazing blend of natural woodland and fields along with rustic industrial structures complexing the surroundings of your festival experience. Still in its early years of being a festival this great way for everyone to enjoy some amazing memories together.

Lineup:

  • Dixon
  • Jon Hopkins
  • Four Tet
  • DJ Koze
  • Zenker Brothers
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See Tickets is a great way to find out what UK festivals tickets are still available as many of them fill up fast due to high demand. To find out more make sure to visit their website or get in contact with See Tickets customer services to find out more.