Music festivals calendar: June

The festival summer heats up in June 2019 with Download and Field Day
Field Day
By Oliver Keens and Amy Smith |
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June’s here, so make sure you’ve got your summer music festival tickets booked and ready to go. June 2019 is a big month for UK and London festivals, even with Glastonbury taking a year off. There are tons of festivals to get to, like Field Day and metal mecca Download all jostling for position on the summer festival circuit. But if you’re still undecided there are heaps more upcoming summer music festivals in store for July, August and September

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UK music festivals in June 2019

Adam Beyer
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Junction 2

icon-location-pin Boston Manor Park, Brentford
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Calling all techno heads: in 2019, this bangin' festival is spreading out over two days for the first time. Junction 2 is a meeting of some pretty serious minds (London Warehouse Events, The Hydra and Adam Beyer’s Drumcode label) and takes place in Boston Manor Park in Zone 4, which has never been used for a festival before this one. Once again, the line-up is stacked with top DJ talent, and if you get technoed out at any point, there’s actually a bit of nature to explore amongst the towering industrial backdrop. Friday line-up includes Ben UFO, Bicep, Call Super, Craig Richards, Daniel Avery, Daphni, Jeremy Underground, Job Jobse, Mr G [selectors DJ set], Motor City Drum Ensemble, Peach, rRoxymore, Shanti Celeste, Umfang Saturday line-up includes Adam Beyer, Apollonia, Craig Richards, Dax J, Etapp Kyle, Ida Engberg, Imogen, Joseph Capriati, Maceo Plex, Nicolas Lutz, Richie Hawtin, San Proper, Sonja Moonear, tINI, Voigtmann

London music festivals in June 2019

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Field Day

icon-location-pin Meridian Water, Upper Edmonton
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Over the last decade Field Day has slowly become one of London’s very best music festivals, with a consistently excellent booking policy covering the world’s finest alternative acts. This year marks another big change for the event; after last year’s move from east London’s Victoria Park to Brixton’s Brockwell Park, it's relocating again – this time to four huge warehouses in Enfield. No acts have been announced yet, but expect the line-up and vibes to be as on-point as ever. 

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