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Enjoy the Bassline at one of These Music Festivals

Here at Express Exhibition Displays, we enjoy the outdoors and love a good music festival.
Who doesn’t love listening to live music in the warm summer evening?
Who doesn’t love camping out with the opportunity to fall asleep to a deep bassline?
And if you don’t like camping, you can still enjoy the bassline and good vibes and make your way home afterwards!

Because we love festivals so much, wanted to remind you of a few that are taking place in the UK this summer.

No Camping

New Look Wireless Festival

When? 28th June – 5th July

Where? Finsbury Park, London

A favourite for many as it always delivers fantastic music and an unforgettable experience, Wireless has, as usual, provided a line-up that will keep you entertained from start to finish.
Drake, Public Enemy, Mary J Blige, De La Soul, Rita Ora, Krept and Konan, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj and David Guetta are just a handful of names out of many that are listed to perform.

Tickets are likely to be limited for this event so if you haven’t already gotten yours, get your skates on!

Unsigned London

When? 4th July – 5th July

Where? Shoreditch Park, London

Some of the best unsigned artists will feature at Unsigned London this July. From jazz, folk, rock, reggae and many other genres, over 150 artists will play on this weekend.
With Shoreditch being a hub of diversity, you can be sure that this event will be just as eclectic from the music through to the crowd.

Unsigned London is free so if you want to go, register online for your free ticket.

Lovebox

When? 17th July – 18th July

Where? Victoria Park, London

Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill, Rudimental, B Traits, Groove Armada, Annie Mac. These are just six names taken from a large line-up of performers for this year’s Lovebox.
Whilst you’re at the festival you can enjoy body painting, be transformed with glitter and sequins by a very popular boutique and get stunningly symbolic temporary tattoos as the perfect accessory to your weekend.

More information on these Lovebox experiences, the event and the line-up for both days can be found on the website.

V Festival

When? 22nd August – 23rd August

Where? Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, South Staffordshire

Held in two different locations over two days, V Festival is always a fun filled event that pleases the crowd each and every year. This year’s line-up looks exciting with Annie Mac, Stereophonics, Wretch 32, Paloma Faith, Labrinth and The Kooks set to appear.

For more information on the rest of the line-up and to book your tickets, visit the V Festival website.

Festivals

Camping

 

T in the Park

When? 10th July – 12th July

Where? Strathallan Castle, Scotland

Acts include Kasabian, David Guetta, Avicii, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Stereophonics and The Prodigy.

If you’d like to be one of the 70,000 campers for this festival or simply want to find out about the other acts, head over to the T in the Park website for more information and tickets.

Camp Bestival

When? 30th July- 2nd August

Where? Lulworth Castle, Dorset

Camp Bestival is a family oriented festival filled with camping, music, food and a range of other activities including go carting, a bouncy castle, an insect circus and face painting to name a few. For those of you only interested in the music, you’ll be treated to performances by Soul II Soul, Wretch 32, Professor Green and Kaiser Chiefs to name a few.

More information on Camp Bestival can be found here.

Y Not? Festival

When? 31st July – 2nd August

Where? Pikehall, Derbyshire

This year is the 10th year of Y Not? and the line-up features a good mix of musical talent. Basement Jaxx, Primal Scream, Johnny Marr, Snoop Dogg and Public Service Broadcasting are a few of the names that’ll be performing. The final 12 spots were filled by acts such as Pale Waves, Eva Plays Dead and Aztecs.

Tickets are going fast for Y Not? so be quick if you want to attend. See the website for more information.

 

Do you love food as much as or even more than you love music?
Keep an eye out for our next post that takes a look at some of the best food festivals and events to attend in the UK…

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