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Top 10 summer festivals in London.

The good weather is coming and the summer is almost here. The summer music festivals are a must in London, but which are, the best? Check out this top ten!

Top 10 summer festivals in London.


For the third year running, Finsbury Park plays host to an eye-popping line-up of hip-hop, R&B and dance music royalty. Calvin Harris is the big Friday headliner, while London drum 'n' bass duo Chase & Status and superstars of the grime scene, Boy Better Know, take on Saturday and Sunday nights respectively.

Wireless Festival

Where? Finsbury Park, Brownswood Park  

When? Friday, July 8, 2016 - Sunday, July 10, 2016    

Raw Power Festival

Raw Power festival is starting to become a regular fixture in the London calendar, returning to genteel Tufnell Park for three more days of loud psychedelic fun. Acts this time around include Melt-Banana, Teeth Of The Sea, ace Latin American kraut rockers Follakzoid and the impeccably named Sly & The Family Drone.

Raw Festival

Where? The Dome, Tufnell Park Friday  

When? May 27, 2016 - Sunday, May 29, 2016    


Over the last three years, WAF has established itself as one of the big guns among the new generation of dance festivals. Returning to London (well, Essex, but it’s on the tube) for two more days this summer, it boasts another heavyweight line-up of globe-conquering DJs, hot rising talents, and respected undergrounders.


Where? Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Corbets Tey  

When? Saturday, May 28, 2016 - Sunday, May 29, 2016  


Eating out is the new going out for many a Londoner, so it’s no surprise that this new May bank holiday gathering in Brockwell Park is as much a food event as a music festival. Chefs, restaurants, bars and breweries from all points south of the river will be serving up the goodies, with DJs and live acts including Nightmares On Wax and Norman Jay MBE helping you dance those calories right back off.


Where? Brockwell Park, Herne Hill  

When? Sunday, May 29, 2016  

Camden Rocks

The Camden Crawl is long gone (RIP) but there’s still a festival where you can catch loads of bands turning it up to 11 across north London’s sticky-floored rock ’n’ roll wonderland. Camden Rocks is a newish hard rock and metal festival which brings more than 200 bands (a mix of big names and underground talent) to 20 venues around NW1. This year’s line-up includes The Cribs, Sikth, Escape The Fate, Billy Bragg, We Are The Ocean, etc.. A must for rock and heavy music lovers!

candem rocks

Where? Various venues  

When? London Saturday, June 4, 2016  

Junction 2

Calling all techno heads: here’s a new one-day festival that should push your party buttons, hard. Junction 2 is a meeting of some pretty serious minds (London Warehouse Events, The Hydra, and Adam Beyer’s Drumcode label) and takes place in a bucolic-sounding secret location in Zone 4.


Where? Boston Manor Park  

When? Brentford Saturday, June 4, 2016  

Field Day

Field Day has slowly become one of London’s very best music festivals, with a consistently excellent booking policy covering the world’s finest alternative acts. The bill regularly incorporates everything from weird pop and indie up-and-comers to underground dance producers and folk musicians. This year’s headliners are PJ Harvey and Four Tet.


Where? Victoria Park, South Hackney  

When? Saturday, June 11, 2016 - Sunday, June 12, 2016  

Found Festival  

Daytime dance party Found moved from Haggerston Park to Brockwell Park last year, and it’s sticking down south for 2016. As ever, those who stagger down for the 11 am start and make it through the whole day (the event finishes at 9 pm) will be rewarded with a superb range of house and techno selectors. There are always loads of afterparties too.

Found Festival London

Where? Brockwell Park ,Herne Hill  

When? Saturday, June 11, 2016  

British Summer Time Festival

Back in Hyde Park for another season, the British Summer Time series has already snagged Take That, Florence + The Machine and  Mumford & Sons. Now Massive Attack has joined the bill, headlining an eclectic day that also includes Mercury Prize winners Young Fathers, Warpaint, TV On The Radio, Ghostpoet and a rock ’n’ roll veteran on top form – Patti Smith.

British Summer Time Festival

Where? Hyde Park, Kensington  

When? Friday, July 1, 2016


Lovebox packs as much fun into two days as many festivals manage in three. The big news this year – and it’s huge – is the return to action of James Murphy’s boundary-trampling dance crew LCD Soundsystem. They’re coming over to play their only London set on Saturday night at Lovebox, having reunited earlier this year. The Friday headliners are Major Lazer, dropping electro-dancehall rave bombs all over the park.

love box

Where? Victoria Park , South Hackney  

When? Friday, July 15, 2016 - Saturday, July 16, 2016