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5 of the Most Epic Festivals Coming in 2019

If you’ve been craving some bass then don’t fret. There are a whole host of awesome music festivals on the horizon. From cool UK festivals, to ski resorts and beach parties. Tickets are still available for all of these awesome spots as of March 2019.

So pack your bags and get ready for a whole heap of fun at some of the best music festivals coming up this year.

Snowboxx, Avoriaz


The 6th edition of Snowboxx is due to kick off in the ski resort of Avoriaz in France. Think awesome dance and electronica set among some of the best pistes in the Alps. If you’ve not managed to get on your skis or board yet then this is the perfect excuse to head to the mountains before the thaw.

Big acts include Rudimental, Mike Skinner, Craig David, Becky Saif, Yungen and Ellie Cocks. Besides the music there are all kinds of slope side shenanigans including epic snowball fights, freestyle competitions and cool bars to get your apres on.

Tickets start from £135 for the festival wristband only. Or £239 for the fest plus digs… Not a bad shout.

Hospitality on the Beach

If you love drum and bass then put this in your diary right now. Legendary dnb label Hospitality are throwing the mother of all bass themed lineups in the stunning locale of Tisno in Croatia. Pretty much everyone who is anyone in drum n bass is going to be spinning discs too, so think Andy C, DJ Marky, Danny Byrd, High Contrast and… Actually, just assume everyone big in dnb is there.

Think boat parties, late night dancing and working on that hangover on the beach. You’re in right?

Tickets start from £169.86 (inc booking fee) and they’re on 4th release, so if this looks like your kinda thing then get booking!

Sound City

If you’re the type who likes to say ‘I saw them before they were big’ then this is your festival. Sound City showcases the best in up and coming music, including electronica and more edgy experimental stuff. There is literally something for everyone and seeing as it’s in the ultra cool city of Liverpool, you’ll be able to party with super friendly Scousers. #Winning!

Billed as an eclectic multi venue experience, this is the sort of event where you’ll probably find your new favourite band totally by accident. Surely thats worth a punt?

Tickets are available from £55 for the weekend, or for £31.50 for day tickets.

Nozstock: The Hidden Valley

Pic thanks to Nozstock via Flickr

What can be better than a family run festival in a rural setting in the west of England? No. Forget that other festival down the road… You know the one in Somerset. Nozstock has been going for over 20 years and it’s anniversary affair was a sell out. So if you’re looking for fun in a field this is the festival to aim for in 2019. It’s also family friendly, so if you’re looking for somewhere you can let the kids do their thing while you enjoy the vibe this might be one of the best options.

Expect a bit of everything, with Rudimental, Soul II Soul, the Skatalites, DJ Zinc and David Rodigan among the main acts this year.

Tickets start at £125 for adult tickets and under 12s are free.

Love International

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We’re back in Croatia for this festival, but it’s a (relatively) more sedate affair than Hospitality’s offering. Think disco, house, funk, Balearic beats and reggae and you’ll get the idea. You’ll still be able to enjoy the beautiful Croatian coastline and culture and soothe away those hangovers in the Adriatic sea.

Acts this year include Joy Orbison, Horsemeat Disco, Andrew Weatherall and Ben UFO. With secret island parties and open air clubs, you’ll be able to really lose yourself in the groove here.

Tickets start from £135 plus booking fee – so it’s quite a bargain too!

Are you heading to any music festivals this year? Hit us up with your best festival recommendations for 2019 in the comments.

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