Make a change in your summer plans this year and pack for a trip to a festival in Europe.
Whether it’s Boardmasters in Newquay, the cultural hotbed of Berlin Festival, or discovering the beautiful settings of Oya in Norway, to the heat of Primavera or Nosalive from Madrid and Porto, Europe has a lot to offer and Flybe (flying to over 20 Destinations across Europe) can ensure you get to the festival of your choice for summer 2015.
But where to start we hear you ask! Well, not to worry, we’ve picked our top three 2015 Europe festival destinations so you need not worry.
Open’er Festival, Poland – 1st-4th July (image)
4 day ticket 99 Euros
Offering a truly cross sectioned music selection Open’er is still a bit of a baby on the festival scene but one that’s growing fast.
This year you can see A$AP Rocky, Alt-J, Drake (minus Madonna), Die Atwood. Mumford and Sons and St Vincent to name but a few.
Open’er also invite theatres, museums and artists from fields other than music to get involved so there’s plenty to see and do over the four days.
Rock en Seine, Paris August 28-30
Three-day pass from £86
If you want to stay city based then get to Paris’s musical offering – you still camp yet you are in the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud, on the western outskirts of the city. Be surrounded by beautiful gardens, fountains, statues and tree-lined pathways as well as great music with a view of the Eiffel Tower.
Other perks of this very grown up festival include complimentary showers for all and coffee and croissants for breakfast.
The Libertines, Kasbian, Offspring, The Chemical Brothers and Marina & The Diamonds.
Melt, Germany - 17th-19th July
3 day ticket 136 Euros
If you want your trendy bands head to Melt offering, Cashmere Cat, Hudson Mohawke, Kylie, London Grammer and Jamie T.
Offering a more debaucherous atmosphere and a blend of loud indie, electro, mainstream and subculture music Melt will be a fun festival there’s no doubt.
Melt! started out as a small stronghold for rave lovers and techno enthusiasts at the quaint Bernsteinsee Velten in 1997, relocating to Lärz Airport in 1998 until it turned Ferropolis into a shining beacon of light in 2000 and became a major force on the international festival circuit.
So where to get started? Well, head over to Flybe and book your tickets of course! See you in Europe!