UK Festivals 2018, 2019

Foreverland comes to Wolverhampton: Bass, Garage and Grime Nights! 2018

Foreverland comes to Wolverhampton: Bass, Garage and Grime Nights!

February 24, 2018

Starworks Warehouse, Frederick Street, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Shropshire Kids Fest 2018

Shropshire Kids Fest

February 24, 2018

Telford International Centre, The International Centre Telford, Telford, United Kingdom

The Regent Theatre Dance Festival 2018

The Regent Theatre Dance Festival

February, 2018

Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

Mayday Parade 2018

Mayday Parade

February, 2018

Rock City, Nottingham, United Kingdom

The Wisdom Well 2018

The Wisdom Well

February, 2018

Leytonstone Library, London, United Kingdom

The Wisdom Well 2018

The Wisdom Well

February, 2018

Waltham Forest Central Library, Haringey, United Kingdom

Throughout Rising Festival 2018

Throughout Rising Festival

February, 2018

Roundhouse, Hammersmith and Fulham, United Kingdom

UK University Fair 2018

UK University Fair

February, 2018

Royal Lancaster Hotel, London, United Kingdom

City of Light 2018

City of Light

February, 2018

Royal College of Music, Kensington, United Kingdom

Glasgow Film Festival presents 2018

Glasgow Film Festival presents

February, 2018

O2 ABC Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Vintage Fair 2018

Vintage Fair

February, 2018

Lincoln Drill Hall, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom

London Remixed Festival 2018

London Remixed Festival

February, 2018

Rich Mix, London, UK, London, United Kingdom

Wedding and Bridal Fair 2018

Wedding and Bridal Fair

February, 2018

Whiston Manorial Barn, Whiston, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Festival of Wind and Brass 2018

Festival of Wind and Brass

February, 2018

Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, United Kingdom

UCLU Festival of the Moving Image 2018

UCLU Festival of the Moving Image

February, 2018

Clune Farm, Highland, United Kingdom

West Kirby Beer Fest 2018

West Kirby Beer Fest

February, 2018

St Bridgets Centre, Merseyside, United Kingdom

Winchester City Festival 2018

Winchester City Festival

February, 2018

The Harvey Hall Performing Arts Centre, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Scottish Film Summit at Glasgow Film Festival 2018

Scottish Film Summit at Glasgow Film Festival

February, 2018

Govan Town Hall (Film City), Glasgow, United Kingdom

Wood Sisters Winter Festival 2018

Wood Sisters Winter Festival

February, 2018

South Devon Steiner School, Devon, United Kingdom

Coastival 2018

Coastival

February, 2018

Scarborough, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Sonic Mass 1 2018

Sonic Mass 1

February, 2018

Bannermans, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

RCM At The Royal Festival Hall 2018

RCM At The Royal Festival Hall

February, 2018

Southbank Centre, Waterloo, United Kingdom

Battersea Beer Festival 2018

Battersea Beer Festival

February, 2018

Clapham Grand, London, United Kingdom

Keswick Film Festival 2018

Keswick Film Festival

February, 2018

Alhambra, Keswick, United Kingdom

From Now On 2018

From Now On

February, 2018

Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, United Kingdom

About Festivals in UK

The royal and regal UK has a number of attractions, from the cosmopolitan and multicultural capital of London to the remote and beautiful Scottish Highlands. The UK also hosts a number of varied and exciting festivals throughout the year, with plenty of food, music, films and fun.

The UK is home to thousands of iconic musicians, singers and songwriters, and has a vibrant music scene. This includes a number of festivals, the most famous of which is undoubtedly Glastonbury. This five-day bonanza offers dozens of live stages, attracting almost 200,000 people every year. The event hosts the absolute best of the musical world - names like Radiohead, The Smiths, Kanye West and Beyoncé have previously played here. The event also supports upcoming acts and promotes dance, comedy, theatre, cabaret and arts. Other music festivals in the UK include Leeds Festival, Reading Festival, V Festival and Isle of Wight Festival. The range of music on offer spans from big-name headliners through to genre-specific festivals and others which exclusively promote independent, unique and obscure stuff along with bohemian vibes.

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is one of the most celebrated events in the world, and takes place for around one month each year. This event delivers around 50,000 theatre performances, with traditional stuff alongside comedy, dance, circus, spoken word, children’s shows and more. The majority of these performances are from new and upcoming minds in the theatre world, and a large portion of them are free of charge, so it’s a fantastic way to see challenging, unique and independent theatre without breaking the bank! The atmosphere in the city during the festival is very interesting, with many outdoor site-specific performances and buskers marking every corner.

Other arts festivals in the UK promote arts, crafts, theatre, ballet, cinema and loads more. The cultural and creative heritage in the UK is very rich, and the festival scene reflects this. The UK also has a booming food trade, with many tasty festivals each year, including Taste of London, North East Chilli Fest and Abergavenny Food Festival.

The UK also hosts a number of weird and wacky festivals, including the Viking-themed Up Helly Aa, the world’s biggest and longest football game, the Cheese-Rolling Festival (in which participants chase cheese down a hill!), and plenty more.