Here’s a small list of festivals and events in England:
The International Forest Festival is a 3-day festival in which you can re-examine your relationship with nature, create and discuss your ideas with like-minded people. It will be held in July.
Space to Emerge creates an environment for you to enjoy the company of people who can inspire you. It is held in the Lake District, where you can roll and leap, rest, sing and enjoy living in the woods for awhile. It will be held in May.
Oceanfest offers you to enjoy the beautiful Devon coastline through surfing and music. It is a family-friendly festival and held in June.
Rumble Festival has movement as its focus. The organizers encourage you to express yourself through art and especially body movement. It is an alcohol-free festival and held in June.
Brainchild Festival is a sponsor-free, non-profit festival which presents everything related to creativity. They offer live music, discussions, films, theatre shows, poetry, open-mics and art installations. It is held in July.
European Juggling Convention is one of the biggest juggling events in Europe so you better not miss it if you’re into juggling or flow arts in general. They seem to have fun challenges and games. It is held in August.
Bigger Festivals in England
Other festivals and events in England that we can’t necessarily vouch for include:
Larmer Tree Festival combines music and comedy. What can a person ask for the weekend? Probably that’s why it’s been going strong since 1990. It will be held in July.
Neverworld offers a magical environment. Mermaids, steam-punk pirates and well, all the things you cannot easily witness in your daily life. As a bonus you also get some good background music. ‘The kingdom’ opens its doors in August.
Isle of Wight Festival is one of the biggest music festivals in the UK. Each year they welcome many musicians. This year it will be held between 13 and 16 June.
Other festival lists
Here you can find a summary of folk music festivals in England.
And more arts and cultural events in England.