The festival season is in full bloom with an array of exciting events! Prepare to celebrate the arrival of spring with music festivals, food and drink events, and cultural celebrations. This month offers countless opportunities to create unforgettable experiences and cherished memories that will endure. Join in the fun and let’s make this April truly remarkable!
26 – 28 May
Chelmsford, Essex is hosting one of the UK’s biggest (edm) dance music festival taking place in the south. It features some the biggest global superstar DJs and live EDM acts flying in from all corners of the globe. The bank holiday weekend is finally here to start the UK festival season.
This is one mammoth dance music festival that sells out in the fastest time. With the best weather expected and a phenomenal line-up which features Swedish House Mafia, Andy C, Calvin Harris, Annie Mac, Becky Hill, Camelphat, Carl Cox, Tiesto, Chase & Status, Eric Prydz, Example, Fatboy Slim, Joel Corry, Gorgon City, MK, Nina Kraviz, Patrick Topping, Sonny Fodera. This is one festival not to be missed. If you’re at Creamfields South this weekend your in for the best weekend of your life. Marking its place in dance music history for 2023. Festival-goers its time to get your best rave on!
For Tickets and more creamfieldssouth.com
Radio 1 Big Weekend
26 – 28 May
From the airwaves of leading Radio 1, on a road trip to Dundee in bonnie Scotland for the very special annual mega music event. Every year Radio One chooses a new destination and hosts the biggest line-up. With all your favorite radio DJs hosting, its all you’ll hear about leading up to the big main event. This is one live music for the best way to spend the May bank holiday weekender.
This years line-up features the most amazing collection of live music artists including Aby Coulibaly, Akemi Fox, Jonas Brothers, Anne‐Marie, Arlo Parks, Arrdee, Arxx, Bemz, Brooke Combe, Caity Baser, Chowerman, Flo, Gretel Hänlyn, Headie One, Jess Glynne, Joel Corry, Jonas Brothers, Katie Gregson-Macleod, Lewis Capaldi, Michael Aldag, Mimi Webb, Niall Horan, Pale Waves, Piers James, Piri, Raye, Romy, Rose Gray, Rudimental, Self Esteem, Sliime, The 1975, The Snuts, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Tom A. Smith,Tom Grennan, Venbee, Wet Leg, Sub Focus, Zara Larsson and some surprises! The best part about this two-day music marathon is its free and it brings the best crowd of performers and people together in one massive music celebration.
For tickets and more info bbc.co.uk
Love Saves The Day
27 – 28 May
Back by popular demand, Bristols award-winning Festival certainly knows how to keeps its festival-goer happy. From the amazing surroundings and for pulling out the big guns for the line-up. Across two-days, no stone has been unturned to make this returning festival a huge success. It features great stage productions on a level, creates a heart warming loved up festival feeling atmosphere which just grows in popularity each year. The line-up features Years & Years, Fatboy Slim, Sub Focus B2b Dimension, Andy C, Eats Everything, Lf System, Flava D, Solardo, Sarah Story, Jaguar, , K-Trap, General Levy, Katy B, Eliza Rose, Skreem, Kilimanjaro, Kelis, Four Tet, Girls Don’t Sync, Groove Armada Dj Set, Harry Shotta, Natty Lou, Basslayerz, Dread Mc
For tickets and more info lovesavestheday.org
Cross The Tracks
A one day Sunday festival taking place in Brixton London which is sure to pack a punch with its multicultural global music artist head-liners, making this a great place to be in the capital over the bank holiday weekend. Fans will be treated to a mixed genre of R&B, Pop, Funk & Soul, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Electronic, and Folk & Blues. This year’s event is a cultural wonder packed with 70+ hours of music and loved for its open minded crowd, free-spirited atmosphere and mix of musical class – some old, some new, plenty of things in between but all of it innovative and fresh. The line-up features Kelis, Maségo, Ravyn Lenae, NxWorries, Roy Ayers, Son Little, Alfa Mist, Loose Ends, Hermanos Gutierrez, DOMi & JD BECK, Giles Peterson, Lunch Money Life, Ezra Collective, Yazmin Lacey, Annahstasia, Masego, Alfa Mist, Ravyn Lenae, Children of Zeus and more
For tickets and more info xthetracks.com
City Splash Festival
Brockwell Park London is hosting one of the UK’s biggest celebrations this weekend with a music genre that covers dance-hall, reggae and afro-beat music is a huge one day spectacular all be represented across seven stages with a wealth of black-owned food, drinks and creative markets all making it an unmissable celebration of Caribbean and African culture. The influence of reggae and all things Caribbean and African on the UK’s culture is undeniable. The line-up featuresChronixx, Koffee, Shenseea, Skillibeng, Ayra Starr, Gyakie, Stylo G, Jah9, Max Romeo, Uncle Waffles, Lutan Fyah, Jah Youth, Twinkle Brothers and more. This is one special celebration of alternative dance music that packs in a crowd.
For tickets and more info city-splash.com
27 – 28 May
Warrington is the place to be if you’re a music loving festival-goer who’s up for a lovely weekend having your best open-air danceathon with a big line-up of indie, pop music to dance your socks off for your bank holiday weekend away. The line-up features live music artists and some of the best bands form back in the day including Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbot, The Kooks, The Wombats, Ocean Colour Scene, Sugababes, The Enemy, Reverend & The Makers, Inspiral Carpets, Scouting For Girls, The View, Pulp, Anne-Marie, Confidence Man, Ella Henderson, Everything Everything
For tickets and more infonbhdweekender.com
This brand new London festival sets out to unite music lovers with this unique day-to-night offering, followed by a series of late-night/early-morning parties at various venues across the capital. The line-up features Ghetts, Shy FX, Fabio & Grooverider and The Outlook Orchestra, Mala & Joe Armon-Jones, D Double E, Frankie Stew & Harvey Gunn, Goldie, Dillinja b2b DJ Randall · DJ Storm b2b DJ Flight, Doc Scott, Lenzman b2b Submotive, Charli Brix, Ama, Dexta, Sully
For Tickets and more info project6festival.com