Suffering from FOMO and that you've missed summer's main events? Fear not! From classical concerts to the coolest food trucks, Britain’s cultural excellence is showcased throughout its jam-packed calendar of festivals. Whether you are in search of great music, family fun or intellectual debate, somewhere there is a festival for you and tickets still available.

Here are some of our favourites.

Petworth Summer Festival

Petworth, West Sussex

For almost three weeks in July, music makers from around the globe grace the stages of various venues in the charming market town of Petworth in West Sussex. Expect classical music, jazz, folk, roots, theatre, art and some comedy, too. 10 – 27 July 2024. Book it.

The Good Life Society Summer Camps

Hawarden Estate, North East Wales
Festivals Good Life Society Summer Camp 2

The summer camps run for three long weekends in July and August, offering visitors a chance to escape, reset and recharge. The aim is to slow down, meet new people and try new things with days spent outside learning about nature and outdoor craft, workshops, expeditions and inspiring talks. Evenings are whiled away in the Walled Garden, with delicious dinners prepared by a team of exceptional chefs, along with light entertainment, a bar and campfires to gather around as the sun sets. Accommodation is on site with proper, showers and loos just around the corner. 19 July - 5 August 2024. Book it.

Latitude Festival

Henham Park, Suffolk
Festivals Latitude

This festival takes place in the stunning surroundings of a stately home. You'll find the best in music, dance, poetry, theatre, literature, wellness, podcasts and it's a family friendly event too, with lots of activities for kids. There's great food on offer as well. This year's line up includes Duran Duran, Kasabian, Keane, London Grammar, Rick Astley. 25 - 28 July 2024. Book it.

Wilderness Festival

Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire

Set in idyllic Cotswold parkland, Wilderness has earned its place among the greatest festivals going. The multi-arts extravaganza offers something to all ages and persuasions – but music is key. Star attractions this year include Michael Kiwanuka, Faithless, Alison Goldfrapp, Letters Live and much much more. 1 - 4 August 2024. Book it.

Edinburgh International Book Festival

Edinburgh College of Art

The hottest date in Scotland’s publishing calendar, Edinburgh attracts the world’s greatest literary stars. Founded in 1983, the festival hosts innovative events that capture the hearts and minds of audiences, both in Edinburgh and online, from on-stage conversations, workshops, creative masterclasses to think tanks, all informed by a culture of open dialogue. 10 - 25 August 2024. Book it.

FT Weekend Festival

Kenwood House, London

Imagine an IRL event in which the FT Weekend’s finest minds explore big ideas in culture, politics, literature, film and food – with a sprinkle of lively humour. Such is the FT Weekend Festival, which launched in 2016. Time Out says it ‘might be the cleverest festival ever’. 7 September 2024. Book it.