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Go to Lee Fest presents The Neverland A secret location in Kent, from July 28 to 31 Famed for giving big stars a break, Lee Fest – which started off in Lee Denny’s back garden in Beckenham in 2006 – has hosted the likes of Bastille, Jack Garrett and London Grammar before they were famous. Go to Having sold out in 2015, Forgotten Fields returns with a bill that includes Suede, Kodaline, Dizzee Rascal, Kelis, Maximo Park, the Sugar Hill Gang, Band of Skulls and Newton Faulkner. Go to uk Caught by the River Thames Fulham Palace on August 6 and 7 A new music, arts and nature festival which blends bands, brewers and artists.
Long, hot summer days at a festival are the stuff memories are made of.Here’s our guide to some of London, Kent and Surrey’s biggest music festivals and gigs in 2016.Happy Days Imber Court, East Molesey, on May 28 and 29 Happy Days goes back in time with a retrotastic bill that includes the Human League, Marc Almond, Heaven 17 and the Sugar Hill Gang. Go to uk Fold Festival Fulham Palace from June 24 to 26 Disco legend Nile Rodgers has hand-picked the acts to perform at this year’s Fold Festival, which sees the likes of Chic, Labrinth, Alison Moyet, Beck, John Newman and Angie Stone rocking out. Go to Jockey Club Live June 30 to August 4 Enjoy an evening of racing followed by a big performance.The Corrs play Epsom Racecourse while Jess Glynne, Busted and Bryan Adams all have gigs scheduled at Sandown Park. Go to uk British Summer Time at Hyde Park From July 2 to 10 (announced so far) One of the capital’s biggest festivals, having hosted the likes of Taylor Swift, the Rolling Stones and the Libertines in previous years.This year’s already announced acts include Massive Attack, Florence and the Machine, Kendrick Lamar, Carole King performing Tapestry, Mumford and Sons, Stevie Wonder and Take That.Go to Greenwich Music Time Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, from July 6 to 10 Held in the majestic surroundings of maritime Greenwich, this year’s performers are Joe Bonamassa, Seal, 2Cellos, 10cc, Roxette and Jamie Cullum.
Go to uk Wireless Finsbury Park from July 8 to 10 Wireless always has a bit of an urban edge and this year features Boy Better Know, Kygo, Jess Glynne, Krept and Konan on the bill alongside Calvin Harris and The 1975.
Go to uk Hampton Court Palace Festival From July 8 to 23 Performing at the Tudor palace this year are Tom Jones, Anastacia, Jools Holland, Art Garfunkel, Van Morrison, Caro Emerald, George Benson and Katherine Jenkins.
Go to Lovebox Victoria Park on July 15 and 16 Now a fixture on the summer festival schedule, Lovebox has a predictably strong line-up including Major Lazer, LCD Soundsystem, Jack Garratt, Stormzy, Diplo and Kano.
Go to Hampton Pool Summer Picnic Concerts July 15 to 30 There’s a retro feel to the pool’s summer picnic concerts this year with acts including Paul Young, Shakatak, ABC, The Selecter, Nik Kershaw and Ruby Turner.
Go to uk Citadel Victoria Park on July 17 Following on from Lovebox, on the same site, Citadel celebrates music, food and theatre with headlining artists Sigur Ros, Caribou and Lianne La Havas.
Go to Kew the Music Kew Gardens, from July 12 to 17 The botanic gardens’ annual series of shows this year features Simply Red, Will Young, Abba tribute Bjorn Again, Jools Holland, The Corrs and Gipsy Kings.