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Music Festivals including Nature 2024 (UK)

Thinking of grabbing your wellies and heading off to the fields for a weekend of music this summer?

Here’s some of our top picks of music festivals that are kind to Nature…

*** sidenote: we know these festivals are ticketed, and sometimes extremely
expensive, but volunteer opportunities are available to register for - 
a few hours work means a free ticket, and loads of time connecting with 
the outdoors! Look on their websites for opportunities with charities, 
organisers, transport & operations***

Glastonbury Festival:

We’re truly sorry, we know how hard it is to get a ticket to this festival but it still must be top of our list. You know the drill, it’s legendary. Let’s leave it there before anybody gets too upset…


Green Man Festival:

Held in the gorgeous green Brecon Beacons of Wales, Green Man Festival is renowned for its stunning natural setting. It features a diverse lineup of indie, folk, and alternative music acts, alongside art installations, literature events, and outdoor activities.


Latitude Festival:

Located in Suffolk, Latitude Festival boasts stages nestled within the woods, countryside views and areas for relaxation and exploration. Expect a mix of music, comedy, theatre, literature, and poetry in a beautiful natural setting.


End of the Road Festival:

Taking place at Larmer Tree Gardens in Dorset, End of the Road Festival showcases a diverse lineup of indie, folk, and alternative artists. The festival grounds are surrounded by lush gardens and woodlands, creating an intimate and immersive experience.


Shambala Festival:

While not strictly a nature music festival, Shambala Festival in Northamptonshire embraces environmental sustainability and eco-consciousness. The festival features a wide range of musical genres, arts, workshops, and interactive installations set amidst beautiful countryside.


WOMAD Festival:

Celebrating world music, art, and dance, WOMAD (World of Music, Arts and Dance) Festival takes place in various locations around the UK. While the focus is on global sounds and cultures, many WOMAD festivals are held outdoors in scenic settings.


Wilderness Festival:

Wilderness Festival combines live music, theatre, talks, workshops, and fine dining in the countryside of Oxfordshire. The festival promotes a sense of adventure and exploration, with activities ranging from outdoor swimming in an on-site natural lake to nature walks and foraging.


Elderflower Fields:

A great, family-friendly festival for all ages. Elderflower Fields offers music, storytelling, arts, and outdoor adventures in the Sussex countryside. The festival emphasises nature connection and sustainability, with activities tailored for children and adults alike.


*Please check the official websites or social media channels of these festivals closer to the date for updated information on their schedules.

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