Feel the Music: The best of the Festival season you can enjoy at home

Embrace the home festival this summer by blasting out your favourite music from a Majority radio.

After the months in lockdown, the music festival life is back on track for summer 2021.  


Hampton Court Palace Festival: June 2021

Within the elegant grounds of Hampton Court Palace, the concert series features some of the most decorated acts in music including Tom Jones, Lionel Richie and Rick Astley.  

Love Supreme: 2-4th July 2021

Located in the Glynde, Sussex, the jazz festival has of the biggest name jazz has ever seen including The Isley Brothers, Sister Sledge and TLC. 

Love Supreme Festival, Sussex (Image credit: JamesNeopolitan, Wikipedia)

Kew the Music: 6-11th July 2021

Blend the calmness of a summer picnic with the relaxing music of artists including Van Morrison, James Blunt and James Morrison from the beautiful Kew Gardens. 

TRNSMT: 9-11th July 2021

Perfect for the guitar-loving music fan, the Glasgow festival is set to be the liveliest event this summer featuring Liam Gallagher, Ian Brown and more to take the stage. 

Latitude Festival: 22-25th July 2021 

The award-winning Suffolk festival is back once again to deliver the very best from film to music to comedy. This idyllic countryside retreat line-up includes Lewis Capaldi and bastille and Snow Patrol. 

Latitude Festival, Suffolk (Image credit: Network Norfolk)

Kaleidoscope Festival: 24th July 2021 

Set within the grounds of London’s iconic Alexandra Palace, Kaleidoscope is jam-packed with entertainment. From sunset DJ sets to stand-up comedy to live performances, the multi-acts one-day festival creates a summer’s day like no other.  

Camp Festival: 29th July-1st August 2021 

The multi-award-winning Camp Festival is back at Lulworth Castle with something for everyone. Catering to all ages, the Dorset has everything from face painting tents and Pirate Sandpit to keep the kids occupied to Kelis and Sophie Ellis Bextor for musical fun. 

Gala: 31st July-1st August 2021 

A celebration of club culture, the independent South London festival is back to celebrate dance, house and disco music. Set in an intimate woodland corner of Peckham Rye Park brings together true legends of the club scene alongside local and emerging favourites. 

Creamfields: 26-29th August 2021

One of the biggest dance music festivals, Creamfields delivers some of the best-known DJ’s from across the world. In Cheshire’s Daresbury, this year’s line-up includes David Guetta, Peggy Gou and Carl Cox on the award-winning stage. 

Creamfields Festival, Cheshire (Image credit: S.Camelot)

Reading & Leeds Festival: 27-29th August 2021

Two of the biggest festivals in the UK and a rite of passage for the British festival-goer, the dual-running festivals sharing the same bill, hosts some of the most famous names in rock, pop and rap. from Stormzy to Post Malone the dual Berkshire and West Yorkshire festivals are back to kick-off the post-Lockdown fun. 

Wireless Festival: 10-12th September 2021

Wireless Festival, London’s number one urban music festival will be bringing the finest artists in Hip-Hop, Grime, Afrobeats and more to South London’s Crystal Palace. 

Parklife: 11-12th September 2021 

Manchester’s biggest festival, Parklife is back with some of the biggest names in music including Megan Thee Stallion, Skepta and Mabel. 

Isle of Wight: 16-19th September 2021 

Set to end the summer with a spectacular bang, the Isle of Wight festival hopes to retain many of the artists planning for 2020. 

Isle of White Festival (Image credit: Liz Murray, Wikipedia)

Strawberries & Creem: 18-19th September 2021 

Spanning hip-hop, grime, dancehall, drum’n’bass and beyond, Cambridge’s two-day festival is always a lively one.

How can I listen?

Whether you’re new to the world of music festivals or you’re a seasoned festival-goer, it’s no secret that tickets can be pricey and after a year in a lockdown, it won’t take long for the tickets to be sold out. So, if you can’t attend your favourite festivals in person, you can still enjoy all your favourite music from your back garden or park. 

Embrace the home festival this summer by blasting out your favourite music from a Majority radio. 

Majority Arbury Portable Digital Radio 

Designed for the listener on the go, the Majority Arbury Digital Radio is ideal if you’ll be multi-tasking during the festival weekends. Its compact size makes it perfect to keep you company when you’re gardening or cleaning and can easily be recharged using the supplied USB cable. Simply tune into your internet radio for full festival coverage or catch the highlights on FM or DAB+ from the room of your choice. 

Majority Arbury Portable DAB+ Radio

Majority Eddington Portable Bluetooth & DAB Radio

Blast out your favourite tunes with your party of six or enjoy the background noise at home with the Majority Eddington Portable Bluetooth & DAB Radio. Summer 2021 is all about the portable device, and the Eddington is raring to bring the festival with you wherever you go. Delivering a wide variety of DAB & FM radio channels you won’t miss a minute of festival time or enjoy your own festival playlist using Bluetooth connectivity. 

Majority Eddington Portable Bluetooth DAB+ Radio

Majority Girton Portable Digital Radio

With a classic aesthetic, radio never looked so trendy. Designed for the needs of the modern listener, the Majority Girton Portable Radio lets the music celebration blast out the finest music has to offer wherever you go on your travels. With Digital, DAB & FM you won’t be short on choice if you fancy mixing up the festival music. Whether you want to chill at home or have a party in the park, the Girton’s offers both mains adapter and battery operating for whatever celebration you’re looking for.

Majority Girton Portable DAB+ Radio

Majority Little Shelford Portable Radio

Whether you’re listening to the radio coverage of your favourite radio shows or you’ve created your own festival playlist, the Majority Little Shelford is the perfect way to bring the festival atmosphere with you wherever you go. Tune in to your local FM or DAB radio channel for the festival highlights or connect to Bluetooth and play your favourite music whether you’re in the back garden or the kitchen. 

Majority Little Shelford Portable Bluetooth DAB+ Radio

Which festivals are you looking forward to? Let us know your top pick below. If you’ll be listening to all your favourite festivals at home this year, let us know which Majority device you’re using. Tag us on social media with @majorityaudio #majorityaudio #carbonneutralaudio #lovequalitysound #summer2021 #festivals2021