Why 2019 will be the best year for festival lovers

From Reading to Cornwall, from Brighton to Leeds…

UK music festivals are praised around the glove for holding the most famous artists in existence. The creativity and originality they express makes them stand out- making them become the most popular festival markets in the world.

As each festival becomes better every year, this leaves us fans hanging on the edge of our seats with what the next year will bring. So, I’ll give you the ultimate list on the best upcoming 2019 music festivals in the UK, including the almighty Isle of Wight festival, Reading & Leeds, Boomtown and Wireless.

BoomTown Fair is a sensational electronic and bass-driven festival held every August in Winchester, UK. Offering an alternative world, it is perfect for those who are fans of everything from reggae, funk through to garage, grime, jungle and drum and bass. So now you may question – but who’s performing? And the answer to that is the 2019 lineup will be announced closer to the time.

Reading festival is one of the most famous music festivals in the UK. As it is held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday this year (23rd-25th August), we’ll get to experience a diverse range of music, from the melodic sounds of indie, rock, electronic and hip-hop music. So far this year’s line-up consist of extraordinary musicians such as The 1975, Twenty One Pilots, Post Malone, Foo Fighters, Bastille, Sundara Karma and Denis Sulta. Plus the music’s not only it – as a line-up of some of the world’s best comedians will make an appearance. You can’t miss out.

As you can see, 2019 is looking’ up for the music lovers. Which festival are you thinking of going to this year? Leave us a comment below.

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