5 Of The Most Scenic Festivals To Visit This Summer

Following our latest trend feature Summer Camp, bursting with all the festival looks you could ever need, the season for tropical sunsets, breath-taking greenery and music-filled campsites is upon us. We’ve rounded up the top five festivals with the best views – from lush woodland in Washington to a hollowed-out glacier in Reykjavik…

1. Highfield, Germany

Sporting its own beach, Highfield is every indie-rock & watersport enthusiast’s dream. With talent such as The Hives confirmed to play and water-rafting sessions available, has there ever been a better combo?

17th – 19th August 2018

2. Calvi On The Rocks, France

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This musically diverse and effortlessly cool festival boasting techno, soul and funk music takes place every year on the spectacular Corsican coast. Defined by waterside stages, fruit-laden forests and dramatic cliffs, this is the ultimate summer escape.

6th – 11th July 2018

3. Sasquatch!, USA

Guaranteeing a picturesque view, this multi-genre festival at the amphitheatre in Washington is known for its non-commercial music acts. Get lost in the miles of lush woodland to a soundtrack of everything from alt-rock to hip hop and funk.

25th – 27th May 2018

4. Outlook, Croatia

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Known for previous performances by Stormzy and JoeyBada$$, Outlook is back and ready for its 11th year. Set in the iconic Roman amphitheatre, it gives beautiful views of unrivalled party-ready beaches and hidden forts. Breakout stars like J Hus take to the stage this year.

5th – 9th September 2018

5. Secret Solstice, Iceland

Ever wanted to hear a DJ set from a hollowed-out glacier? This is just one of the many locations for extra gigs available at Secret Solstice. The five stages are spread across Iceland’s fantastical landscape, from the black cliffs to a lava tunnel, and will play hosts to acts such as Clean Bandit and IAMDDB.

5th – 9th September 2018