So it’s finally that time of year when festivals start taking place, and it’s quite possibly the most exciting time for us music lovers! Some of us are even lucky enough that all our favourite bands are performing at one festival! But for those of us that haven’t quite decided where we want to be this festival season, we’ve rounded up the best British bands who are at festivals this year that you definitely shouldn’t miss!
Kasabian – Reading & Leeds Festival – 25-27th August
British rock band Kasabian will be headlining Reading and Leeds Festival this year and, being one of the UK’s biggest and most well-known festivals, it’s a pretty exciting slot. Let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to see these guys rocking it out on such a massive stage?!
Architects – Reading & Leeds Festival – 25-27th August
One of the UK’s best metalcore bands, Architects, will be attending Reading & Leeds Festival this year, heading up the mammoth main stage during the day. We can’t wait to see these guys smash it with what will be an undoubtedly totally amazing set!
As It Is – Download Festival – 9-11th June
As It Is will be attending the Saturday of this year’s Download Festival. Well-known for performances at festivals such as America’s Warped Tour, we know this band are going to put on a real show and we cannot wait to see what they will bring to Download this year. We’re sure it’ll be fab!
Creeper – Download – 9-11th June
Creeper – do we really need to say much more? This band is a totally awesome one and we’re super excited to see them perform at Download Festival. This horror punk band will of course be sensational at this year’s festival.
Deaf Havana – Slam Dunk Festival – 27-29th May
Deaf Havana have already proven that they are amazing by smashing it at Download 2013, not to mention their countless live shows over the years. You seriously need to check out their performance at Slam Dunk this year!
Enter Shikari – Slam Dunk Festival – 27-29th May
Enter Shikari are yet another amazing British band who are absolutely outstanding live, and we know they are just gonna kill it at Slam Dunk this year. As live bands go, they are unmissable; definitely ones to watch.
Happy Mondays – Y Not Festival – 27-30th July
On the final day of Y Not Festival, Happy Mondays will be hitting the stage. We just know these ’80s legends are going to blow our minds and be amazing!
The Hunna- Y Not Festival – 27-30th July
These guys had to be on the list! Let’s face it, this bunch will be a fantastic addition to this year’s festival season, having only released their debut album last year. You one hundred per cent need to check out this year’s performances from The Hunna.
King No-One – Y Not Festival – 27-30th July
King No-One are relatively new to the music world but, nevertheless, they are brilliant live and proved it with their recent UK shows. You might only just be hearing about this band, but seriously, go check them out. They’re pretty cool!