Festivals are all about listening to the latest music, enjoying the sun/mud, and making memories with your mates. But if you're ticketless and your 2016 camping experience is looking more like putting a tent up in your mum's back garden, we’ve got you covered.
Looking at some of the hottest festivals in the UK, we’ve put together a playlist for each one, made up of their biggest headliners and acts
Giving you that festival experience, but without the baby wipe showers or the three day hangover, check it out:
Wireless (8-10th July)
If urban music is your thing, Wireless is your festival. Set in Finsbury Park, London, this three day gig has some of the best hip hop and underground artists the UK can offer.
In this playlist we’ve included tracks from some of the biggest and best, including Chase & Status’ club anthem, Spoken Word
, Craig David’s come back collab with Big Narstie, When the Bassline Drops
and the addictive beats of Krept and Konan’s Freak of the Week
Love Box (15-16th July)
This mini festival has plenty to offer in its two day run at Victoria Park, London.
Featuring the ultimate summer chill track, Out Deh
by Chronixx, the lyrical stylings of Stormzy’s Know Me From
and finishing with Kano, Wiley and Giggs' tag team for the blazing trumpets of 3 Wheel-Ups,
this playlist will make you feel like your at the main stage.
Boom Bap Festival (29-31st July)
The UK’s only dedicated hip-hop festival, Boom Bap, unleashes a lineup of the best urban artists on the fields of Midlenhall, Suffolk.
Getting things started is Footsie’s underground classic, Spookfest
, feat. Jme and D Double E, before Pharoahe Monch tells us how it is in Simon Says
and things get a bit more laid back with Verb T’s Morning Process
V Festival (20-21st August)
Hosted in both Chelmsford and Staffordshire, V Fest has some of the most recognisable artists from pop, rock and RnB, this event has something for everyone.
Our playlist has some of this year’s main stage superstars. With the dark sounds of Rhi Rhi’s Needed Me
, the catchty beats of Tinie Tempah’s Girls Like
and the dance classic Insomnia
by Faithless, these tracks are guaranteed to get you on your feet.
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and before you go, check out our festival breakdown
to find out who's playing and where this year.