Travel by Thameslink and public transport to multiple music events and line-ups this summer. Discover what’s on and plan your journey.
Cambridge Folk Festival
27 – 30 July
Cambridge Folk Festival is one of the longest running folk festivals in the world. Held each year since 1965, it attracts around 14,000 people, many of whom return year after year.
Situated in Cherry Hinton Hall, the festival is renowned for its unique atmosphere and its eclectic mix of music, from traditional folk artists to American country music. This year’s line-up includes Angelique, Kidjo, Arrested Development, Imelda May, The Proclaimers, and Rufus Wainwright.
Nearest station: Cambridge
Classic Ibiza at Hatfield House
An open-air celebration of White Isle-inspired house music, reinvented by the Urban Soul Orchestra, live vocalists, and headline DJs. Hosted in Hertfordshire at Hatfield House, the venue is situated near excellent public transport links. This year, attendees can enjoy a mix of classic and brand-new Ibiza anthems, plus an amazing laser light show!
Nearest station: Hatfield
All Points East
18, 19, 25, 26, 27 and 28 August
All Points East has earned a reputation for a varied blend of musical styles and genres. Hosted in Victoria Park, this festival offers funfair rides, attractions, and games, in addition to a fantastic line-up of artists across selected days, including Stormzy, The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and HAIM.
Nearest station: Victoria Park
St Albans Pub in the Park
8 – 10 September
St Albans Pub in the Park is the ultimate food and music festival hosted by chefs Tom Kerridge and Ainsley Harriott. Situated at Verulamium Park in St Albans, this festival boasts award-winning restaurants, live music, and of course delicious food! Headlining the main stage this year are Rudimental DJ Set, Sam Ryder, Craig David TS5, UB40 ft Ali Campbell, and many more iconic music artists and bands.
Nearest station: St Albans