Summer festival selection 2015

(Left to right) Primavera Sound, Field Day, Worldwide, Port Eliot, Wilderness, Festival No.6

With the glorious summer in sight, we have been plotting our recreational escapes. This season is brimming with festivals, and with so many to choose from, we've selected our favourite sites for 2015.

Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
28-30 May
This urban and ocean-side festival has a reputation for it's artistic line-ups of pop, rock and underground. With a backdrop of one of Europe's most exciting and creative cities, we're looking out for acts including tUnE yArDs, Thurston Moore Band, Alt-J and Caribou. 

Field Day, London, England
6-7 June
Widely regarded as one of London’s best music festivals, Field Day never fails to lure young hip London with a heady combination of iconic artists and current leftfield greats. This year, the sounds of Patti Smith, Mac DeMarco and FKA Twigs will roar through Hackney’s Victoria Park.  

Worldwide, Sète, France
6-12 July
Inspired by Giles Peterson's former BBC Radio 1 show, now in it's tenth edition, this seaside festival takes place in the Mediterranean town of Sète, in an open air ampitheatre. Performances include jazz legend Pharoah Sanders, DJ Harvey and James Blake. 

Port Eliot, Cornwall, England
30 July -1 Aug
Countless worlds collide at this four-day festival, held in the magnificent Port Eliot stately home and gardens in sunny Cornwall. Expect stirring folk acts, gourmet food stalls, literary readings by unexpected icons and lessons in cultivating your own vegetable patch…all from the comfort of a luxurious yurt.

Wilderness, Oxfordshire, England
6-9 Aug
This year, the line-up of this Oxfordshire festival includes a mash-up of big music acts from Bjork to Funkadelic, a feast hosted by Petersham Nurseries and wild lake swimming – one for sophisticated festivalgoers. 

Festival No 6, Portmeirion, Wales
3-5 Sep
Closing the summer season, this artsy festival has a dreamy estuary setting with a powerful line up. Music and fashion icon Grace Jones is set to play alongside Mark Ronson, Ghostpoet, Belle & Sebastian and King Creosote - worth risking the September weather for. 

What to wear? Shop our edit of festival pieces for this summer here.