From family-friendly Camp Bestival to the capital's famed Lovebox, there's still time to catch your favourite acts.
Only at Boomtown can you bop to reggae under a canopy of sparkling lanterns, have a conversation with a gun-wielding bar wench and rave to world-class techno all within the same hour.
Revellers queuing for Splendour In The Grass will be getting far more than a bag check.
Even if you’ve been daydreaming about the killer festival outfits you’ll wear this summer since as early as January, festival season always has a way of creeping up on you.Most importantly because of that one essential thing you need to do in order to actually attend: buy tickets well ahead of time.So now that it’s April, be prepared for it to suddenly become the end of summer in the blink of an eye. So do your future self a favour and get your festival schedule written up now.Luckily, there’s never been a better time to be a festival goer, as there’s a huge range of them to choose from no matter what your tastes or location.Whether you’re after a sweaty, boozy weekend with packed DJ sets or a family-friendly affair in a gorgeous countryside setting, there’s something out there for everyone in 2018.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Glitter boobs are Glastonbury 2017’s hottest trendFestival guide 2017: The best wellness weekends the UK has to offerWoman who attacked a man who groped her at a music festival speaks out
The UK festival season is almost here, with options ranging from the tiny and boutique to the huge and sprawling.And while the idea of live music and dancing in the sunshine is almost universally appealing, not everyone’s willing to out up with the idea of sleeping in an increasingly grubby tent for four nights without the option of a hot bath.Thankfully for all the camping-phobes, there are plenty of day festivals options in the capital – without a tent peg in sight.They’ve got the best bands and DJs, all the delicious foodie offerings and quirky experiences, plus you can you home to your own bed.These are some of our favourite London day festivals.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Kendall Jenner, Natalia Dyer and Rihanna lead the best dressed list at Coachella 2018The best weekend UK festivals to look forward to this summerFrom afternoon tea to rooftop screenings: The best ways to celebrate the royal wedding
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Festival season is officially upon us and Glastonbury 2017 is just days away.What can essentially be described as the world’s muddiest fashion show will see hoards of celebrities, bloggers and style-conscious campers parade around Knebworth hoping to be papped by street style photographers. Of course, there’s a jam-packed line up to look forward to too, with Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, Radiohead and Foo Fighters set to take the stage.Whether you’re in the midst of packing, last-minute shopping, or looking for future festival inspiration, we’ve rounded up the fashion, beauty and tech buys you might have missed.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Festival guide 2017: The best wellness weekends the UK has to offerThe best 2017 London music festivals – without the campingThe world’s 10 most gruelling festivals
Is it just us that’s completely over the straight-forward music festival? These days we want so much more than just a singer – or band – doing their thing on stage. We want great food options, we want a bit of literature and performance art, we want raves in hidden valleys, we want hot tubs and craft tents. Most of all? We want a good night’s kip. And yes, we promise you, that is possible.Enter the likes of Wilderness, Festival No. 6 and Port Elliot. Whether you want to call them wellness, boutique or lifestyle festivals, these types of events are fast becoming the most sought-after festivals.At Wilderness, you can start the day with a swim in the lake, make your very own silver ring, go for a massage in the Neal’s Yard tent, dine at The Pig’s pop-up kitchen and then rock out to Grace Jones.At Festival No. 6, you can take in the Italian-inspired Welsh village that is Portmeirion, take a swing dancing lesson, listen to a talk by Irvine Welsh and sing along to Rag ‘N’ Bone man.Down in Cornwall at Port Elliot festival, you can do a spot of mediation, take in an exhibition, go and watch some stand up and party the night away.Seriously, why bother with the likes of V Festival and Glastonbury when these glorious weekend escapes are on offer?Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:20 last-minute Easter holiday getaways for families Where to holiday this year: 50 cities to visit in 2017
Want the festival experience without actually having to camp?Understandable. We get the appeal of days spent popping from stage to stage seeing all your favourite bands and DJs, but heading back to a soggy sleeping bag? No thanks.Luckily, the capital has a whole load of musical treats without a tent peg in sight.London has a jam-packed festival season, so there’s something for every music taste. And you can head home to a shower and a comfy bed afterwards – result.Here are some of our favourites:Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Glastonbury 2017: Festival goers can stay in a pop-up hotel with pool for a cool £13,000The Swiss festival where you can compete against Team GB’s ski and snowboard stars when you’re not partying
I was born in Transylvania, in Cluj-Napoca to be precise. I studied in Rennes, France and uprooted to London where I live now. Throughout my life I’ve met many people who have wondered where I am from; some say Poland, some Sweden, but nobody ever guesses right.Even though I’ve never had any unpleasant surprises, people are amazed to hear I’m from Transylvania. The ones that don’t know much about this world but are easily brainwashed by the media asked me, “How come you have fair skin and blonde hair?” Others start telling me lovely things about my country; they know about the Black Sea, they know about its past communist regime and maybe a few sport stars or famous singers.But what they don’t know is that my country is beautiful, its people are kind, funny and smart, the landscapes are breathtaking, the food is a dream, there are amazing festivals and events and there’s much more to my dear Transylvania than Dracula and blood sucking vampires. There’s the freedom, the pure joy of being alive and the warmth of its people.I’m not here to point out many historic facts, amazing castles or ski resorts that you can easily find with a simple online search. I am here to be concise and to pinpoint the six reasons why, as a local, I think youngsters and people of all ages should be interested in visiting Transylvania.For more details on locations mentioned:A la Tarte (bakery) https://www.facebook.com/alatarteclujBistro Viena (German restaurant) http://www.bistroviena.roBoema (restaurant) http://www.casaboema.comBujole (restaurant) http://www.bujole.comCamino (restaurant & hotel) http://caminocluj.roCarrousel by Chios (restaurant/pub) http://carrousel.chios.roChios Social Lounge (restaurant/pub) http://chios.ro/social-loungeDa Pino (restaurant) http://dapino.ro/index.php/dapino-bistro.phpEuphoria Biergarten (beer garden/restaurant) http://biergarten.euphoria.roHugo (restaurant & treats) http://www.hugorestaurants.roInsomnia (cafe/pub) https://www.facebook.com/insomniacafeclujLa Gazette (pub) https://www.facebook.com/pages/La-Gazette/121071701304461Olivio (cafe & bistro) https://olivocaffe.comSamsara Foodhouse (live & raw food restaurant – pretty amazing to be honest!) https://www.facebook.com/samsarafood/Yolka (cafe/pub) https://www.facebook.com/baryolkaZama Bistro (restaurant) http://zamabistro.roPhotos by:Christian Vadan https://www.instagram.com/christianvadan/Petric Victor https://www.instagram.com/petric.victor/Carla Vadan https://www.instagram.com/carlavadan/There’s so much more to my dear Transylvania than Dracula and blood sucking vampires. This region of my country is beautiful, its people are kind, funny and smart, the landscapes are breathtaking, the food is a dream, there are amazing festivals and so much more.
The good ol’ British summer weather is looking a little rainy at the moment. Although we all have our fingers crossed that it’ll brighten up in time for Glastonbury, the chances of a rain shower or two are quite possible. It’s time to prepare your stylish waterproof wardrobe and it’s not just wellies that will save us from rolling in the deep mud. Here’s all the rainproof footwear bound to get you (and your feet) through the festival because nothing dampens our spirits more than cold, wet feet.
When summer time starts, there’s one thing we all look forward to: A fantastic festival. Promising good vibes, excellent music and more than a few guilt-free beers, what’s not to love?However, when you end up freezing cold, in need of a substantial meal and covered in three days of dirt, you start to rethink the life decision that led you to this point. If you find Reading or Leeds Festival a bit of an ordeal then you may want to reconsider ever booking one of these, which have been named the top 10 most grueling festivals by The Festival Wizard and the team at Loose Ends app. Some of these sound less festival like and more like a Bear Grylls expedition…
If you’re not down with muddy fields, mosh pits and all-night raves, doesn’t mean festival season has to pass you by. Ok, so we can’t promise you’ll skip the mud, but if its delectable food banquets, unrivalled performance art and back to nature experiences you’re after, these five UK-based festivals definitely deliver. The words de-stress and festival might not sound like they go together, but just wait until you’ve been to Wilderness.
Coachella is almost upon - the 17th annual Palm Springs music festival will see the likes of Calvin Harris and LCD Soundsystem descend on the famous stages. But it’s not just about the names on the line-up - there’s sure to be plenty of starry (and stylish) names in the crowds, too.Coachella’s VIP area and it’s many after-parties are the ultimate hunting ground for A-list festival style. Everyone from Diane Kruger to Beyonce and Katy Perry and Dita Von Teese are regulars, and in recent years it’s seen the Jenner sisters and Gigi Hadid put their best boho foot forward.Allow them to school you in festival style as we re-cap the best ever Coachella style moments.
Forget reliving The Hangover, there is more to Las Vegas than getting so drunk that you contemplate getting married in the Little White Chapel or losing your life savings and your dignity in the process. If you time it right, once a year you can experience the Life is Beautiful Festival (LIB), a jam-packed three days without a slot machine in sight. At just three years old it may be the new kid on the block in terms of festivals but it’s got big plans to give Coachella a run for its money.