Plan Your Festival Holiday this Summer

House | Monday 20th March 2023 | Rosh

Experience the Best Festival Holidays This Summer

We all need something to look forward to and what better than a festival getaway to see your favourite artists in a new and exciting location to escape the daily grind.  A festival no longer means piling into a field for a weekend as music fans demand more from their festival experiences. From partying in the Balearics and enjoying unforgettable sunsets, exploring Munich’s historic Olympic Park, discovering the music scene in the Baltics or recharging your batteries with a massage by a lake, there’s a European festival to satisfy your wanderlust.

Plan your perfect festival holiday with any of these magical weekenders... 
Dates: 18th to 20th May 2023
Line-up so far: Black Eyed Peas, The Chemical Brothers (live), The Kooks, Sven Vath, Peggy Gou, Moderat, Helena Hauff, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Dandy Warhols, Vetusta Morla, Bad Gyal,  Natos y Waor, Quevado, Bomba Estereo, Viva Suecia, The Reytons, Leon Benavente, Ginebras, Rusowsky, Rojuu,


Having recently celebrated its 5th anniversary Mallorca Live Festival has cemented its place as the biggest and most important festival in the Balearic Islands the festival will host the best national and international live shows of the moment with a quality and eclectic line up. Taking place in the beautiful Calvià region, Mallorca Live Festival is a premium festival experience set between the lush green hills of the Serra de Tramuntana and some of the best beaches in Europe. Festival visitors will be able to enjoy an exciting festival experience as well as enjoying everything the island has to offer from beautiful blue flag beaches and stunning sunsets, to mountain hiking and bike rides, to the historic feel and ancient architecture of surrounding towns as well as many local delicacies and a multitude of bars and restaurants to enjoy.

Date: 14th - 15th July 2023
Line-up so far:
Sam Smith, J.I.D, Emitional Organes, Little Big. More to be announced.


Positivus Festival will move to a new location in 2022 and will take place for the first time in Lucavsala, in Latvia’s capital city Riga. After unforgettable 13 years in Salacgriva, during which the popular music and art festival has become a special event in many lives of people, In 2022, Positivus moved to a new location in Riga overlooking the river, making the festival easier to travel to for local and international visitors alike. The festival can be combined with a city break to explore this hidden gem of the Baltics. Riga is a city where you can see churches from the city’s origins, medieval buildings, unique examples of Art Nouveau, as well as wooden architecture that has survived the centuries and Riga’s old town is a UNESCO world heritage site. 
Date: 18th - 20th August 2023
Line-up so far:
Alborosie, Amyl And The Sniffers, Avalon, Beartooth, Beatenberg, Bicep (live), Billie Eilish, Bombay Bicycle Club, Boygenius, Charlotte de Witte, Clipping, Deki Alem, Dimension (DJ Set), The Dreadnaughts, Dry Cleaning, Echt!, Elkka, Ezra Collective, Fever Ray, First Aid Kit, Florence & The Machine, Foals, Franc Moody, Girl In Red, Gladde Paling, Hannah Grae, Heilung, Jayda G, Jessie Ware, Joe Unknown, Joost, Jyoty, Kenny Hoopla, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Lacey Foux, L'Imperatrice, Liv.e, Loyle Carner, M83, Mezerg, Moderat, Mother Mother, Muna, Nabihah Iqbal, Nia Archives, Noord Netherlands Orkest, Nothing But Thieves, Palms Trax, Pusha T, PVA, Quiche, Raye, Rema, S10, The Scratch, Sherelle, Sho Madjozi, Sierra Ferrell, Son Mieux, Son Rompe Pera, Son + Sorkest, SPFDJ, Steve Lacy, Tamino, Turnstile, Underworld, Viagra Boys, Water From Your Eyes, Wende, Yungblud and many more. 


Easily accessible by plane or Eurostar A Campingflight To Lowlands Paradise is Holland's biggest most adventurous cultural outdoor event, that maintains an intimate vibe and friendly atmosphere as a township with thousands of inhabitants arises for the festival. As well as inviting the world’s biggest artists alongside an impeccably curated underground line-up, it doubles as a vast, shapeshifting installation, with stunning sculptures, visual artworks and performance art at every turn.  While there are 250 acts over 12 stages (all covered in case it rains), you can also take a time-out to indulge in artisan food, theatre, comedy, film, workshops, debates, or even some healing yoga, a massage or a stroll around the lake if your batteries are running low.

Date: 3rd - 4th September 2023
Line-up so far:
Imagine Dragons, Martin Garrix, Peter Fox, Ava Max, Sam Fender, The Blaze, Ellie Goulding, Kontra K, Marteria, Trettmann, Zara Larsson, Years & Years, Aurora, Raye, Giant Rooks, Badmómzjay, Aitch, Jeremias, Lost Frequencies, Querbeat, Ofenbach, Öwnboss, Erlend Oye & La Comitiva, Cat Burns, Nessa Barrett, Olivia Dean, Talk, Skaar and many more.

Winner of the ‘Best New Festival’ at the European Festival Awards,  SUPERBLOOM will transform the historic Olympic Park in Munich into an unforgettable wonderland for visitors to immerse themselves in, with several stages featuring local and international artists and numerous entertainment areas to explore. Talking place on 2nd and 3rd September, SUPERBLOOM is more than just a music festival and will offer an experience for all the senses in eleven experience areas with something to discover, experience and interact with at every turn from art to fashion, science to sustainability, dance and acrobatics and much more.