The UK music festival scene is bigger than it’s ever been. With around 200 music festivals in 2015 alone, the growth doesn’t appear to be stopping. Despite the growing number of festivals, tickets for the major festivals are not only expensive but hard to get a hold of too: this year’s Glastonbury festival sold out last year within a day of going on sale. But fear not, one of London’s premier music festivals is coming this weekend AND there are still tickets available.
‘Field Day’ has been running since 2007 and has been growing in size every year. Included amongst this year’s acts are: Patti Smith, Caribou and the recently reformed Ride. The festival takes place in Victoria Park this Saturday and Sunday (6th & 7th June). For more information, head to the official website: www.fielddayfestivals.com.
Can you recommend any further festivals in London? How do they compare with festivals in other countries?
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