Dust off your wellies and sun hat and get your picnicware ready… Many have been longing for a return to festival fields, and, with things looking a little more positive on the live music front, it could be a reality soon. Nothing compares to listening to your favourite performers live on a summer’s day, which is why we’re all thrilled that, after being put on hold for more than a year, concerts and festivals are back on the cards once more. Get ready to enjoy an incredible line-up of upcoming outdoor concerts and festivals across the UK with your nearest and dearest.
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Outdoor concerts 2021
As part of her highly anticipated rescheduled Chromatica Ball tour, Lady Gaga will be playing an unforgettable show at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
- Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London – 30 July 2021
The rock legends will bring their Hotel California Tour to Wembley Stadium for two exclusive shows.
- Wembley Stadium, London – 28, 29 August 2021
The Irish singers will be serenading the crowd at Wembley Stadium this August.
- Wembley Stadium, London – 21, 22 August 2021
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Hella Mega Tour: Green Gay, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer
Three of the early 2000s most prominent rock bands are joining forces to embark on a one-of-a-kind world tour.
- London Stadium, London – 25 June 2021
- John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield – 26 June 2021
- Bellahouston Park, Glasgow – 28 June 2021
- Venue TBA, Dublin – 30 June 202
Postponed to the summer of 2021, his tour will see him performing at outdoor venues across the UK.
- Hampton Court Palace Festival – 8, 9 June 2021
- Hull College Craven Park, Hull – 12 June 2021
- Darlington Arena, Darlington – 13 June 2021
- Plymouth Hoe, Plymouth – 18 June 2021
- Haydock Park Racecourse, Newton-le-Willows – 19 June 2021
- QEII Arena, Telford – 27 June 2021
- The Hop Farm, Paddock Wood – 4 July 2021
- Newmarket Racecourse, Newmarket – 23 July 2021
- Bitts Park, Carlisle – 25 July 2021
- Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh – 8, 10 August 2021
- Earlham Park, Norwich – 15 August 2021
Nile Rodgers & Chic
The legendary American singer and guitarist is scheduled to tour the country with his band this summer.
- Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool – 11 June 2021
- Kenwood House, London – 18 June 2021
- BST, Hyde Park – 11 July 2021
- Lloyds Amphitheatre, Bristol – 15, 16 July
- Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher – 28 July 2021
- Singleton Park, Swansea – 30 July 2021
- Playground Festival at Rouken Glen Park, Glasgow – 1 August 2021
- Scarborough Open Air Theatre, Scarborough – 20 August 2021
- Hardwick Festival, Sedgefield – 21 August 2021
- The Big Feastival, Kingham – 28 August 2021
The British singer-songwriter, famed for his deep baritone voice, will be hitting the road for a tour of venues across the country this summer.
- Kenwood House, London – 25 June 2021
- Jazz Café, London – 27-29 June 2021
- Live in The Wyldes, Bude – 3 July 2021
- South of England Showground, Ardingly – 16 July 2021
- Doncaster Racecourse, Doncaster – 17 July 2021
- PennFest, Amersham – 24 July 2021
- Victorious Festival, Portsmouth – 28 August 2021
- The Big Feastival, Cotswolds – 29 August 2021
- Highest Point, Lancaster – 4 September 2021
- Brighton Centre, Brighton – 17 October 2021
The Summer of ’69 singer is heading to the UK for a tour of the below outdoor venues.
- Bristol City Centre, Bristol – 26 June 2021
- Cardiff Castle, Cardiff – 27 June 2021
- Scarborough Open Air Theatre, Scarborough – 1 July 2021
- QEII Arena, Telford – 3 July 2021
- Eden Project, Cornwall – 5 July 2021
- Powderham Castle, Devon – 6 July 2021
- The Spitfire Ground, Canterbury – 8 July 2021
- Cornbury Music Festival, Oxfordshire – 9 July 2021
- Harewood House, Leeds – 10 July 2021
Join the pop singer and The Voice UK judge as he embarks on a UK-wide tour.
- Haydock Park Racecourse, Newton-le-Willows – 17 July 2021
- Bedford Park, Bedford – 29 July 2021
- Newmarket Racecourse, Newmarket – 30 July 2021
- Newbury Racecourse, Newbury – 14 August 2021
- Singleton Park, Swansea – 15 August 2021
- Scarborough Open Air Theatre, Scarborough – 27 August 2021
- Darlington Arena, Darlington – 28 August 2021
- Castle Park, Colchester – 29 August 2021
- QEII Arena, Telford – 5 September 2021
- The Hop Farm, Paddock Wood – 18 September 2021
The Welsh mezzo-soprano will be joined by guests Collabro and Paul Potts for this once-off outdoor show.
- Promenade Park, Maldon – 25 July 2021
De La Soul
Classic hip-hop from the 90s on the Kent coast, rescheduled for this summer.
- Dreamland, Margate – 24 July 2021
Outdoor festivals 2021
Reading & Leeds Festivals
Isle of Wight Festival
With confirmed acts including Snow Patrol, this year’s festival has a lot to look forward to.
The family-friendly festival makes its fun-filled return in August this year.
The electronic dance music festival is back with confirmed acts including deadmau5, Tiësto, and Carl Cox.
Watch big-name headliners including Liam Gallagher and Courteeners take to the stage in Glasgow.
All Points East
Artists including Jamie XX, Kano, Little Simz and Arlo Parks are confirmed acts at this year’s festival.
Sounds of the City
Rescheduled from 2020, this concert series is returning this summer with acts including Foals, The Streets, Crowded House, and Castlefield Bowl.
A new live music and film festival coming to the heart of Yorkshire; confirmed acts include Feeder, The Lightning Seeds, and Razorlight.
Edinburgh Summer Sessions
A week-long series of concerts in the Scottish capital. You can look forward to showstopping acts such as Tom Jones, Michael Kiwanuka, and Simple Minds.
MADE Festival is returning this year with The Streets confirmed as the first headline act.
Join David Gray, Simple Minds, Lionel Richie, and UB40 as they perform live at Blenheim Palace in June.
The Lancashire coast plays host to some of the biggest names in music as Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol, Lionel Richie, and Duran Duran take to the stage at this year’s festival.
The festival is set to take place in September with a selection of headliners that include Gerry Cinnamon, Sam Fender, and Catfish and the Bottlemen.