5 London Festivals To Catch Before The Summer Ends...

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5 London Festivals To Catch Before The Summer Ends...

Anyone feeling sad that they missed out on the Glastonbury mudfest? Don’t panic - with a couple of summer months left, there’s plenty of music festival dates left on the calendar, and the best part is that there are plenty in London!

Whether you’re into reggae, pop or hip hop, get a group of your mates together and take advantage of the music events London has to offer. You won’t even need a tent or a pair of wellies (hopefully!), and you can pop home for a shower afterwards.

  1. Wireless

Last year saw the 10th year of Wireless in the capital, with past acts including Rihanna, Jay Z, and The White Stripes. With the festival now being predominantly an R’n’B and dance line up, confirmed acts for this year include Calvin Harris and Chase and Status.

8-10 July

Finsbury Park, N4

Day and weekend tickets still available from £59.50


  1. Lovebox

The festival started by British duo Groove Armada, now into its fifteenth year, brings two days of dance and pop music to Tower Hamlets. Line up includes LCD Soundsystem and Major Lazer, and be sure to check out all the fun attractions this year which includes BUMP Rollerdisco, where you can try not to fall over whilst gliding to a line-up of DJs. Bring your flares.

15-16 July

Victoria Park, E3

Day tickets left only from £54.50


  1. South West Four

London’s biggest EDM and electronic music festival returns to Clapham Common this summer for two days of sweaty, bass-filled fun. This year’s acts include The Chemical Brothers and and American DJ Armand Van Helden. Be quick, as weekend tickets have already gone.

27-28 August

Clapham Common, SW4

Day tickets left only from £62.50


  1. On Blackheath

London’s family friendly music festival On Blackheath returns this year, with impressive headliners including Primal Scream and Belle and Sebastian. This relatively small festival offers more than just indie music - be sure to check out the array of street food, live chef demonstrations and you can even visit a cocktail bar. A must-go for music and foodie fans alike.

10-11 September

Blackheath, SE3

Day and weekend tickets available from £57.50


  1. One Love Festival

Don’t want to miss out on camping at a festival? Love reggae and dub music? One Love offers its loyal customers both - and we can’t think of anything better than dancing in front of a huge sound system in a field, with a can of Red Stripe in hand.

2-4 September

Hainault Forest Country Park, IG7

Day and weekend tickets available from £47.00

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