The next 12 months is set to be an amazing year for music fans in the UK.
From the big to the smaller more independent festivals; there’s something for everyone in 2013.
One of the most-popular independent festivals is Kendal Calling, which has won awards and boasts innovation and pioneering contemporary music and art.
It only has a small capacity, so you won’t have to plan your toilet trips or time your drinks! It’s perfect for families and stag parties alike. And once you’re done experiencing the festival for the night, you don’t have to squat down in a tent, you can visit the Lake District with cumbrian-cottages.co.uk to make sure that you’re experience is all the more homely and comfortable!
Of course, there will be plenty of other places where you can join hundreds of other music-hungry people like yourself looking for an amazing few days. Glastonbury, Leeds Festival, T in the Park and Reading are always the highlights of the festival circuit.
Glastonbury has hosted some of the hottest acts for years now and offers a huge range of entertainment for anyone’s taste in music. Some of the previous bands to perform at the festivl include Beyonce, Jessie J, Muse, Coldplay, Professor Green and Paolo Nutini to name just a few. And Glastonbury returns next year after a break in 2012, meaning the atmosphere will be special.
The music is the main reason for going to festivals like Glastonbury and smaller events like Bingley Live, but not the only one. The experience of being around and camping down with so many other like-minded people and all being there for a memorable weekend can be amazing.
If you’re not too keen on roughing it out in a tent then of course you can rent a cottage nearby, giving you more flexibility than a hotel or bed and breakfast, and most definitely a better night’s sleep so you’re ready to party again the next day!