Festival season is upon us and you may well be looking into which music events to attend this year, myself included. Getting your hands on tickets can be harder than deciding which music festivals to attend, but have no fear as See Tickets are on hand to help you make your #FestivalFever dreams come true.
As always, I am hoping that Mini Me and I can attend the annual Ramsbottom Festival, now known as the Head For The Hills festival, especially with the event being on our doorstep.
With the festival line up slowly rolling out, tickets are already selling fast and the event
Artists such as Beth Orton and The Stranglers will be headlining on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September respectively… as yet, the Friday night headliner is still to be confirmed and my fingers are crossed that Ocean Colour Scene may take that slot… a girl can dream!
With other stellar acts such as Dutch Uncles, Neville Staple Band, Indigo Velvet and the Larkins performing over the 3 day festival, there is something for all music lovers to appreciate. An intimate family festival, there will also be fun activities for children to take part in and plenty of stalls on hand to provide scrumptious refreshments. Check out the Head For The Hills website for more details of the festival and line up so far.
Last year Mini Me persevered as the Saturday night drew in at the Head For The Hills festival and we were lucky enough to watch Gaz Coombes (former lead vocalist of Supergrass) perform to a packed out crowd. The atmosphere was electric and I could not have been more proud of my daughter as the memories will live on.
Parklife is another music festival based in Manchester that I would love to attend, however Mini Me is too young yet . With a line up including The 1975, Frank Ocean (who I love), London Grammar (I love slightly more), Rag ‘N’ Bone Man and many more, Heaton Park will certainly come alive during the weekend of 10th- 11th June!
Glastonbury is the ultimate festival to attend though and I would have loved to have seen Tame Impala live last year, however I’ve always found that watching the festival coverage on TV with a takeaway is much comfier!
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