It’s summer time! Festival season is approaching so it’s the best time to celebrate with your friends, family and colleagues.

But which one should you go to?

If you’re tired of going to the same festivals or want to find one that suits your style, this festival finder can help you.

NextFest helps you discover all the festivals that will run in the UK.

Set the events to your individual taste, budget and requirements. These options whittle down the hundred of festivals to your preferred festivals, and avoid you sifting through the information of every event.

Choose which month you would like to go, decide on your favourite music genre such as 80s, electronic, reggae, indie or blues; your preferred location like the beach, coastal or indoor, the budget range, the festival size, and whether you want accommodation. Use the search options to filter the festivals.

You can find family-friendly festivals to heavy rock concerts, the Masked Ball 2017, the Latitude Festival 2017, or learn about the full-line up of the Glastonbury Festival 2017.

Every festival has its own page on the website with details about the events, ticket information, addresses, contact details, latest news and updates, as well as reviews by other festival-goers complete with videos and photo galleries to give you a taste of the event’s atmosphere.

This finder is not only for the big events but also includes smaller festivals and aims to promote the arts in smaller towns and cities.

NextFest creator Billy Curtis adds that “NextFest was created to provide an easy way for people to find new festivals and keep up to date with their favourite events.”

“There’s no festival too big or small for NextFest, and our main aim is to display every music festival equally, putting small and emerging festivals alongside world famous events such as Glastonbury and Isle Of Wight.”

“As well as being the highlight of many people’s summer, music festivals also have a hugely positive effect on local communities, drawing thousands of visitors and putting many small towns and villages on the map. We provide a free platform for these events to become better known across the UK and beyond.”

“There are many fantastic festivals in the UK that don’t get the exposure they deserve – NextFest is where you’ll find them.”

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Bhinduka Yokalingham has contributed articles for On The Scene Magazine, Mainline Menswear Blog, Archant, and Sonar Magazine ranging from fashion tips to interviews with musicians, theatre and album reviews, and lifestyle opinions. Her creative works are featured in On the water, The Mitre, Atelier Melia’s 2018 Fall Collection magazine, and /apophenia/. For two and a half years, she presented her own show International Music, playing tracks in several languages, and co-hosted The Lunchtime/ 2 o’clock Disney Show on Radio Sonar and Toast Radio.