Turn up the volume for summer 2019!  

The Great British festival scene is unlike any other in Europe. To get ready for the all-summer-long party, check out our guide to the best UK festivals in 2019. All the big names you’d expect, plus some smaller – and often cheaper – ones. And we tell you where to fly to so you have more time to enjoy yourself.

And the fastest and best way to get to them all? Flybe, of course!

It’s time to don your dancing shoes – or your wellies – and prepare to party!

JUNE 2019


Isle of Wight Festival

13 - 16 June

A firm favourite in the UK calendar, this is a four-­day, family-­friendly music festival. It’s the festival’s 50th birthday this year, so expect some big acts.

Where? Newport, Isle of Wight.

Getting there: Fly to Southampton and then ferry to Isle of Wight.



June, 2019 – dates to be announced

A Mancunian institution of urban, electro, indie and pop music.  

Where? Heaton Park, Manchester.

Getting there: Fly to Manchester.


Download Festival

14 - 16 June

The UK’s biggest metal festival. Head bangers, brace yourselves for some serious whiplash! 

Where? Donington Park, Leicestershire

Getting there: Fly to East Midlands or Birmingham



June, 2019 – dates to be announced

Belfast’s biggest music festival descends on the city throughout June and unleashes a stellar line-up.

Where? Ormeau Park, Belfast.

Getting there: Fly to Belfast City


Glastonbury Festival

26 - 30 June

Where? Worthy Farm, Glastonbury

Getting there: Fly to Exeter





12 - 14 July

Glasgow’s newest festival rocked onto the scene for the first time last year. This year, it promises an even bigger party.

Where? Glasgow Green, Glasgow

Getting there: Fly to Glasgow



July, 2019 – dates to be announced

One of London’s top festivals featuring DJs, electronic acts and live bands. 

Where? Gunnersbury Park, London

Getting there: Fly to London City, or choose from four other London airports