Missed out on tickets for Glastonbury? While there is slim chance of snapping up one of the few tickets that are refunded after the payment deadline in April, your hopes of hitting the festival circuit this summer aren't entirely lost. Many of the UK's other top music festivals still have tickets available, offering you the chance to see acts including Jay Z, Arcade Fire and Kasabian. Read on to discover the best festival for you…
Isle of Wight Festival
Where: Isle of Wight
When: 8-11 June 2017
Who's playing? David Guetta and Run DMC are co-headliners on Friday, while Arcade Fire top the bill on Saturday night and Rod Stewart closes the festival on Sunday night. Other acts include Rag'n'Bone Man, Bastille, Clean Bandit, The Pretenders, George Ezra and The Vamps.
Tickets: £208 for a weekend ticket, isleofwightfestival.com.
Where: Hylands Park, Essex and Weston Park, Staffordshire
When: 19-20 August 2017
Who's playing? Pink and Jay Z are the headliners of this year's V Festival, joining an array of acts including Rudimental, Craig David, Ellie Goulding, Jess Glynne and Stormzy. From Pete Tong to Busted, there's something for all music tastes at this popular British festival.
Tickets: £189 for a weekend camping ticket, vfestival.com/tickets.
Reading and Leeds Festivals
Where: Richfield Avenue, Reading and Bramham Park, Leeds
When: 25-27 August 2017
Who's playing? Kasabian, Eminem and Muse take the headline slots of the 2017 festival, which falls over the August bank holiday weekend. Also on the line-up are the likes of Bastille, Two Door Cinema Club, You Me at Six, Fatboy Slim and Major Lazer.
Tickets: £213 for a weekend camping ticket. Leedsfestival.com/ Readingfestival.com.
Where: Heaton Park, Manchester
When: 10-11 June 2017
Who's playing: This year's diverse line-up includes The 1975, Frank Ocean and Boy Better Know, along with A Tribe Called Quest, Chaka Khan, London Grammar and Damian Marley.
Tickets: From £59.50 - £125.00 parklife.uk.com.
Where: Rainbow Venues, The Digbeth Triangle, Birmingham
When: 29 July 2017
Who's playing: Expect a selection of the best live and electronic talent at this festival, which is celebrated as Birmingham's largest music event. The 2017 festival sees a Chase & Status DJ Set plus performances from Giggs, Gorgon City, Sub Focus and High Contrast.
Tickets: From £35 / 'MADE… My Night' from £17.50 made-festival.co.uk.
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