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Festivals Recommended in August by Festival Motorhomes Hire

Beautiful Days

Veteran folk band The Levellers organise this family affair, which has a large children?s area organised by Majical Youth Theatre with crafts, circus, storytelling and more. I like the sound of a show called ?Aerodynamics of Biscuits?. The music is also of a folky strain, including the likes of The Waterboys, Eliza Carthy and Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott.

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival

The Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival is a music and arts festival, held on the Belladrum Estate near Inverness, in Scotland.

UK’s Most Popular Summer Music FestivalIt’s a huge honour to be voted the winner by such a well respected premium hospitality site as Trip Advisor.

And thank you also to our loyal fan base who have supported us through 14 years and nine successive sell-outs.

Bestival

The UK?s much lauded, award-winning boutique fiesta has as many forms of silliness and absurdity as it does musical performers ? and there?s around 1,000 of them. With legendary late night mischief, pianos popping up in the woods, lit up lakesides, mass fancy dress, along with poetry, theatre, comedy and plenty more to discover, the only thing you?ll struggle with is fitting it all in.

Boardmasters

Hidden amongst the swell and sunshine of the south-west coast of England, Boardmasters mixes the best boarders in the world ? whether they?re surfers or skaters ? with BMX kings, and soundtracks the action with dance dons, folk stars, and pop favourites. With cliff-top sessions and surf shack shows, it's only a cocktail short of the best weekend of the year. Ready to make your Instagram followers jealous?

Boomtown

A boiling pot of vibrancy, theatre, fantasy, escapism and camaraderie, Boomtown Fair is a hub of diverse and non-commercialised musical movements whose roots stretch far and wide. Consisting of nine districts with a different emphasis, you may be chilling to some folk one minute, and then travelling at 180 BPM to some drum & bass the next.

Burghley Horse Trials

The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials is an annual three-day event held at Burghley House near Stamford, Lincolnshire, England, currently in early September. The Land Rover Freelander Burghley Horse Trial is classified by the FEI as one of the six leading three-day events in the world

Cambridge Folk Festival

Cambridge Folk Festival is one of the longest running folk festivals in the world. Held each year since 1965 it attracts around fourteen thousand people, many of whom return year after year. The Festival is renowned for its unique atmosphere and its eclectic mix of music, the best traditional folk artists from the UK and Ireland rub shoulders with cutting edge contemporary acts, the finest American country, blues and roots artists, acclaimed singer songwriters, famous names and world music stars.

Car Fest Hampshire

Carfest presents a fabulous mix of music, cars and fun. As the brainchild of Chris Evans, its a magical weekend of entertainment for all the family!. CarFest is a big supporter of BBC Children In Need.

The CarFest Kitchen Stage has a delicious line-up of top chefs including Nadiya Hussain, Tom Kerridge, Joe Wicks (The Body Coach), Candice Brown and many more!

Creamfields

Dance brand Cream has become a global superstar, taking its legendary parties across continents; and yet it all began as an offshoot from Liverpool's Cream nightclub. Now in Daresbury, Creamfields attracts tens of thousands every year seeking to party to the finest names in dance, along with immense visuals, lighting and pyrotechnics. Joined by a devoted following, Creamfields continues to shape the dance scene as we know it.

Dorset steam fair

If you're looking for an excellent fun and action packed day out for all the family, you'll love the GreatDorset Steam Fair. Traditionally this English fair is held at the village of Tarrant Hinton, near Blandford Forum in the heart of the beautiful Dorset countryside.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the single biggest celebration of arts and culture on the planet. Every August for three weeks the city of Edinburgh, Scotland?s capital, welcomes an explosion of creative energy from around the globe. With 53,232 performances of 3,398 shows in 300 venues in 2017 there are quite literally thousands of reasons to visit the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

England Medieval Festival

English Medieval Festival at Herstmonceux Castle near to Hastings in East Sussex. A weekend of rustic camping and outdoor medieval-themed activities, and all set in the grounds of an amazing castle. You can wander along a market street with stalls selling clothing, jewellery, books, beautiful handmade fairies and all manner of medieval-inspired goods and make your way towards the front of the Castle where crowds gather to watch the reenactment. Loud beat of drums fill the air and anticipation rises as a procession of soldiers file past and gather in front of the castle.

Green Man Festival

As far as festival locations go, Green Man Festival takes in the might of the UK?s landscape with its backdrop of the Brecon Beacons? Black Mountains in Wales, and the folk-led lineup fits it perfectly. Hidden in the hills are 1,500 performers to discover across the comedy, theatre and literary worlds, complimented by the host local ales and ciders on offer, and the various spas and therapies to nurse away those hangovers.

Houghton Festival

Few festivals ? if any ? make as remarkable an impression after only one edition as Houghton. Curated by British electronic music veteran Craig Richards and produced by another firm favourite Gottwood, the festival's debut won praise on basically all counts ? lineup, scheduling, sound quality, location, atmosphere. Let's hope they can keep it up.

Leeds Festival

Readingare the type of riotous events that Bank Holidays are made for, providing a platform for rising and established indie bands, metal groups, next generation dance, hip hop and alternative pop acts. If they ain?t playing here, they ain?t worth seeing.

Lendy Cowes Week

There's nothing quite like Lendy Cowes Week; the oldest and largest annual sailing regatta in the World and an iconic feature of the British sporting calendar. The event boasts an 8-day schedule combining competitive racing and great fun for the 8,000 competitors racing and 100,000 spectators who enjoy a fantastic line up of shore-side entertainment day and night.

Reading Festival

Reading are the type of riotous events that Bank Holidays are made for, providing a platform for rising and established indie bands, metal groups, next generation dance, hip hop and alternative pop acts. If they ain?t playing here, they ain?t worth seeing.

Rize Festival

The new RiZE Festival will take place at the former home of V Festival in Chelmsford.

Celebrating its very first year RiZE Festival brings together an exciting mix of the very best music from classic indie, pop, urban, dance and new upcoming talent across four stages. Hylands Park has a history of hosting world class events and this new local festival promises to bring an incredible weekend of live music plus a huge hub of the best food and drink on the festival circuit.

Shambala

Described as "heartfelt, purposeful hedonism" Shambala is a four day indulgence of perfectly blended creativity and participation, where revellers can feast upon circus acts, stand-up comedy, debates, and interactive theatre in a selection of beautifully decorated venues. Pioneering, intimate and truly innovative, Shambala is a place to play, revitalise, and make lots of new friends.

Shrewsbury Folk Festival

Shrewsbury Folk Festival is about more than just music. A relaxed atmosphere with time for you to explore the festival site with its four sound stages, dance tent and specialist venues for children's and youth festivals.

But Shrewsbury Folk Festival is about more than just music. With a warm welcome from our volunteer stewards, we can promise a relaxed atmosphere with time for you to explore our festival site with its four sound stages, dance tent and specialist venues for our children’s and youth festivals. There are shops, caterers, bars, a craft fair, free buses into Shrewsbury town centre and a great campsite.

South West Four

If London ever needed an extra club, South West Four is it. And what a club it is. Forget those tasteless, champagne with sparklers joints, this is an open-air party palace that sorts out the essentials first: music, music and more music. A coming together of the EDM world, their understudies, and up-and-comings stars, the four stages of house, techno, minimal, trance and electronica will fill your ears for the evening, before you head out to one of the countless after parties.

Summer Sound Festival

t's not just great music... there's a BBQ and food village, licensed bar, cocktail and prosecco bar, street entertainers, circus games, rodeo bull and festival stalls. Not forgetting a Grand Firework Finale on each night! An exclusive party in the park event where you can bring your own food and drink and enjoy the live performances with family and friends in the sunshine.

Sundown Festival

The biggest Sundown Festival yet with one HUGE line up of the hottest LIVE acts and DJ's around, and more fun to be had in every corner!

Sundown 2017 is just around the corner and we can barely contain our excitement now.

There are just a few things that ticket holders need to know before arriving to ensure the festival runs smoothly for everyone.

The Big Feastival

Encourage the children to cook at this mouthwateringly good weekend. Held on ex-Blur bassist Alex James?s Cotswold farm, it?s a guaranteed mix of fabulous food and high-end celebrity spotting. Smaller chefs can head to the Neff Kids Kitchen for cookery classes, and the whole family can feast on hot dogs, mac and cheese, Mexican food, crepes, churros, pies, cheese, fish and pizzas. Street stalls are considerately offering child-size portions.

The Just-So Festival

An arts festival for the family. Every magical area has a different theme: The Spellbound Forest contains woodland theatre by day and bonfires at night. The High Seas includes rowing boats and outdoor showings of Swallows and Amazons. There?s children?s theatre including Around The World in Eighty Notes and a Just-So Bake Off, which invites you to bring your best cakes to the competition. Tiny festival goers will enjoy the Peekaboo area, where they can get their kicks with a bubbly bath time, baby massage and baby yoga.

Valley Fest

Now in it?s fifth year, Valley Fest is a small family-friendly festival in a stunning location overlooking Chew Valley lake in Somerset. It is the UK?s only organic festival ? and actually takes place on a working organic farm. It?s the perfect festival for families as kids are encouraged to run wild, getting back to nature and have fun learning about looking after the land and where food comes from. There is plenty for them to do on site including meeting farm animals, picking vegetables, playing on vintage tractors, cooking, storytelling and a great deal of silliness with games like fluffy bunnies and the hobbyhorse gymkhana. There?s also lots of crafts, a film tent, Junior Jungle and pop up entertainers around every corner. Plus there?s plenty for the parents too, with tonnes of great music and entertainment, delicious feasts and a tractor load of good times.

Wilderness Festival

If there?s one thing Britain?s festivals do brilliantly, it?s boutique bashes. One of the more posh and pretty gatherings in the event calendar, Oxfordshire?s Wilderness Festival is the type of place where you can watch a bona fide legend on the stage, enjoy a banquet feast, a science lecture, soak in a hot tub, and watch a one man performance of Shakespeare?s Hamlet.