A Definitive List of All the UK Music Festivals That You Won't Want to Miss in 2021
Festivals are a staple in any music-lover's diet, and after the break from live music we had last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, we're all desperate to get back to being in sweaty crowds and messy fields, and seeing our favourite performers in the flesh. A majority of live music festivals were understandably cancelled last year, but as more and more vaccinations are administered and dates on the United Kingdom roadmap are confirmed, a number of organisers are starting to share their plans for the year ahead. For festivals like Isle of Wight, this means delaying festivities for until after June, while for major players, like Glastonbury, news of this year's event has yet to be announced. Reading and Leeds, Field Day, and Parklife are among some of this year's festivals that have proudly confirmed their place on our 2021 events calendar this summer, and have started to share their impressive lineups.
Either way, there's a lot of news floating around about the state of live music, and it can be overwhelming trying to keep track of what's going ahead and what isn't. To help you plan your year right, we've rounded up all of this year's UK festivals and whether they're happening, cancelled, or postponed.
Scroll through to check out the status of your favourite festival.