Festival season is almost upon us. Yay! But which one is best for you?
We've sifted trough the hundreds of bashes taking place this summer to bring you a handy festival guide. Here, then, are 33 festivals that carry the NME stamp of approval.
Read on to watch live videos from headliners and find out why each one is worth digging out your wellies
Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex/Weston Park, Staffordshire; August 21-22
“Ohhh, it’s so corporate! Ohhh, Hollyoaks people! Ohhh, Big Brother!” Oh, do FUCK OFF. If anybody says this to you about V, please respond with the following: “That’s one of the most tedious, boring, lame things it’s possible for a human being to say. Presumably you also think ‘All politicians are liars’ and ‘the war was all about oil’ and think Rupert Murdoch is the only company CEO who may not be a very nice man. V is actually great because there’s loads of good headliners – Kings Of Leon, Kasabian, Jamie T, the Godlike Paul Weller, and a wealth of treats lower down the bill like La Roux, Florence + The Machine and Jamie T. Right? Good.”