The Best Festivals Happening This August Bank Holiday Weekend – Festicket

Lucky for us, festivals are back in a big (and very safe) way here in the UK, and August is packed with the kinds of events that we’ve sorely missed.
So if it’s a sweaty rave, belting out nostalgic bangers at the top of your lungs, or getting in amongst it at the mainstage mosh, we’ve made a handy list of festivals taking place this August bank holiday weekend so you can make the most of your extra day off: 
Festival lineup: Jamie xx, Kano, Jorja Smith, London Grammar, Foals, Bombay Bicycle Club, Caribou, slowthai, Loyle Carner, Arlo Parks
It’s hard to look past the smorgasbord of talent heading to London’s Victoria Park this August, which spans indie, grime, electronica, soul, pop, and everything in-between. Since its inception in 2018, All Points East has become of the city’s go-to events, and this summer is no different.
When & where: 27-30 August 2021; Victoria Park, London
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Festival lineup: Bicep [live], The Blessed Madonna, Mall Grab, Floating Points [live], Floorplan [DJ set], Ross From Friends [live], 
Wait there’s more: Field Day are returning to their motherland this year. After moving to Brockwell Park, then the Drumsheds after All Points East moved to town, they’re finally heading back in Victoria Park. Expect a homecoming of monumental proportions.
When & where: 29 August 2021; Victoria Park, London
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Festival lineup: Max Richter, English National Opera
The new, diverse month-long festival held at Crystal Palace Bowl’s famed ‘rusty laptop’ culminates with some grandiose opera and vibey ambient sounds. A definite change of pace, but could be precisely what you need after the hectic summer holidays. 
When & where: 28-29 August 2021; Crystal Palace Bowl, London
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Festival lineup: Stormzy, Liam Gallagher, Post Malone, Disclosure, Biffy Clyro, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Doja Cat, Mabel, AJ Tracey
Everyone and anyone celebrating their A-Level and GCSE results will be making the pilgrimage to two of the UK’s most beloved music festivals, and this year will no doubt be another belter. The pent up energy and excitement will be off the charts.
When & where: 27-29 August 2021; Little John’s Farm, Reading + Bramham Park, Leeds
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Festival lineup: deadmau5, David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, Nina Kraviz, Bicep [live], Martin Garrix, Tïesto, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
Words can’t really describe how much this is going to go off. It’ll be a weekend-long rave for the ages, that’s a certainty at least.
When & where: 27-29 August 2021; Daresbury, Warrington
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Festival lineup: The Specials, The Rifles, Kid Kapichi
Heading to the seaside for an August Bank Holiday is always a favourite, especially when ska legends The Specials are there waiting for you. Margate will be anything but a ‘Ghost Town’.
When & where: 28 August 2021; Dreamland, Margate
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Festival lineup: DJ Luck & MC Neat, Robin. S, Pied Piper, Slipmatt, Kele Le Roc
If dutty garage bangers are your cuppa tea, then Clacton-On-Sea is the place to be. This brand new festival brings the best of UK talent from the worlds of garage and house, and then some. 
When & where: 29 August 2021; Weeley Car Boot Sale, Clacton-on-Sea
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Festival lineup: Playboi Carti, Architects, Machine Gun Kelly, Lil Yachty, The Kid Laroi, Lil Skies, Princess Nokia
This brand spanking new festival hits the sweet spot between emo and hip-hop, with a lineup that looks a bit bizarre at first glance but makes total sense when you realise how big it’s going to be. Not just now, but in years to come. Surely you want to be at the opening ceremony?
When & where: 30 August 2021; Clapham Common, London

Festival lineup: Amelie Lens, Nina Kraviz, Laurent Garnier, Jon Hopkins [DJ set], Charlotte de Witte, Adam Beyer
It’s the grand re-opening of London’s iconic Tobacco Dock, and Junction 2 are there to ensure that the grade 1 listed warehouses experience some serious raving and misbehaving with the best in the business. And that business is techno.
When & where: 28-29 August 2021; Tobacco Dock, London
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Festival lineup: The Streets, Royal Blood, Madness, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Rag’n’Bone Man, Supergrass, The Kooks, Fontaines D.C.
Indie titans, fresh faces, and music legends mix in the Naval city of Portsmouth, providing the perfect environment for an epic sing-a-long. It won’t be chorus of sea shanties you’ll be hearing though, rather iconic songs from past and present. 

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