Which Music Festival Should You Go To?
You're all about a good time and you've got a nicely eclectic taste in music, so V festival in Chelmsford is a perfect match for you. This longtime British summer time favourite is known for bring in stellar headliners and really delicious food!
You're out to win, so you've got to go to Glastonbury, the mother of all UK music festivals. Glastonbury is famous the world over for its music and art festival, but you've got to act fast - tickets sell out within 20 minutes of release! Start prepping for 2016!
Wireless is one of the UK's best city-based festivals, and has the perk of being city based so you don't have to camp. The main acts perform in London and Birmingham, so you even get to choose the most convenient location.
You're all about the classic festival experience, so it's off to the Isle of Wight you go. This historic festival is still going and brings in popular current and classic acts, and is the perfect summer getaway. This year's has wrapped up, but presale tickets for 2016 are already available, so make it happen!
You like your festivals with a side of whimsy and class, so there's no better place for you than the boutique Festival No. 6 in the charming village of Portmeirion, Wales. If you want a good festival selfie, this place is THE place.
You're easy going but you love to have a good time, so you've got to head to Scotland's biggest festival, T in the Park. The Perhshire festival is a serious party in the shadow of Strathallen Castle, and you're sure to have a blast.
For you, festivals are about the spectacle - you can go to a gig any old time, but attending a festival is about escape. To head into another world for a few days, BoomTown Fair is your thing, with its seven differently-themed areas and eclectic line-up.
You're an outdoorsy type and the best part of festivals for you is the summery atmosphere, so turn it up as Somersault on the Devoncoast for a beachy getaway with top performers and plenty of wellness activities.
For a classic countryside festival, head into Wales for Green Man, where's you'll find a chilled vibe and primarily indie line-up for a wicked weekend in the hills.