By Jodie Boyd
Do you want to remember the magic of the festivals you attended last year? Or have you still not decided which festival to go to this year?
Well you're in for a treat as we've pulled together some of the best official aftermovies from UK festivals held in 2018. From rock to electronic, big and small, we cover a variety of music festivals to suit the most discerning of festivalgoers. Pour a cold drink, sit back and relax, and enjoy the festival nostalgia of yesteryear!
14-16 June 2019
Donington Park, Derbyshire
Featuring over 100 metal, rock and punk pop acts, as well as spectacles like the UK Air Guitar Championships and wrestling matches. Download’s 2018 headliners included Ozzy Osbourne, Guns N’ Roses, and Avenged Sevenfold.
The 2019 line-up includes Def Leppard, Slipknot, and Tool. Full line-up so far.
22-25 August 2019
One of the best dance festivals in the world, Creamfields featured some of the following acts in 2018 – Carl Cox, Eric Prydz, The Chainsmokers, Adam Beyer, Giggs, Fatboy Slim, and Annie Mac.
Their 2019 line-up includes Deadmau5, The Chemical Brothers, Tiësto, and Swedish House Mafia. Full line-up so far.
11-14 July 2019
Shepton Mallet, Nr. Bristol
With almost as many sport courses as music stages, NASS is a grime and hip-hop festival featuring international pro skate and BMX competitions. Their 2018 headliners included Dizzee Fascal and Run DMC.
Their 2019 line-up features Giggs, Rudimental, and Cypress Hill. Full line-up so far.
7-11 August 2019
Fistral Beach, Cornwall
Over 200 acts set on the Cornish coast and featuring world surf league competitions, Boardmasters’ 2018 headliners included Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Chemical Brothers, and George Ezra.
The line-up for this year is set to feature Wu-Tan Clan, Florence & The Machine, and Foals as headliners. Full line-up so far.
11-15 July 2019
Coney Woods, Leciestershire
Set deep in the woods, Noisily is an electronic dance festival with a focus on interactive wellness experiences via its ‘Mind Body Soul’ area. 2018 headliners included Patrice Baumel and Roni Size.
This line-up features household names as well as new talent, including Artelligent, James Monro, and Extrawelt. Full line-up so far.
26-28 July 2019
Hill Farm, Oxfordshire
Dubbed as the godfather of the small festival scene, Truck Festival's indie rock headliners included Friendly Fires and George Ezra in 2018.
The line-up for this year includes Slaves, Wolf Alice, Foals, and Two Door Cinema. Full line-up so far.
19-21 July 2019
Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
Featuring over 70 artists and a strong focus on local talent, Tramlines headliners from 2018 included Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, and Craig David’s TS5.
Headliners this year include Two Door Cinema Club, Courteeners, and Nile Rodgers & Chic. Full line-up so far.
For which other festivals would you love to see aftermovies?
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