With January blues and February storms out of the way, a nicer time of the year is upon us where the evening gets lighter, the clocks go forward, and the daffodils pop up. The month of March brings some of the best music festivals around the UK, and from such amazing festivals, WTGWTD.co.uk has hand-picked 4 Amazing Music Festivals That Are Not To Be Missed!

From pop music to alternate, tribute bands to blues music, we’ve listed these fantastic music festivals for you below (in no particular order).

1- Revival Music Festival

Where: Norbreck Castle Hotel, Blackpool – Lancashire

When: 6-7 March 2020

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If you love proper music but there aren’t many of your favourite bands from the 1990s and 2000s that are still touring regularly or are together; and even if they are, the tickets can be rather pricey!

Revival Music Festival, Blackpool brings together some of the best national award-winning tribute bands with some local bands over two amazing dates in March for you and your mates to enjoy in an indoor venue. The festival prides themselves on exceptional value for money with a high standard of event production, so the attendees have a memorable time and can make new memories with friends and family.

If you have never been to see a tribute band? Try it – the Revival Music Festival guarantees that you’ll love it and will come back for more as hit after hit gets blasted out!

For more information on Revival Music Festival 2020 and to get your tickets please visit www.revivalblackpool.com

2- Undercover Festival

Where: Woking, Surrey

When: 6-7 March 2020

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Undercover Festival is a small independent alternative music festival which includes punk, post-punk, Ska and much more, are holding their 8th consecutive and final festival at the wonderful Fiery Bird Venue in Woking, Surrey.

This festival has a reputation for being one of the friendliest small festivals out there, and while they have downsized in venue size, they still have a mouth-watering alternative music line up that any lover of alternative music will find more than appealing.

This will be the last Undercover Festival as all good things have to come to an end but the organisers are staying true to their values with none of that X-Factor schmaltz here.

See more details about the Undercover Festival on www.undercoverfest.com

3- The 33rd Swanage Blues Festival

Where: Swanage, Dorset

When: 5-8 March 2020

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Every March and October thousands of music lovers come to the Swanage Blues Festival, where over 100 musicians perform at 15 indoor venues. There’s superb music, dancing, food, drinks, fun and laughter across the town and beyond.

The Swanage Blues Festival is holding it’s 33rd edition this month and brings together an amazing collection of Blues Musicians, Fans and Community during this 4-day event packed full of Jams, Open Mics and Headline Performances that will have you coming back time after time.

See more details on www.swanage-blues.org

4- Lambeth Sounds Music Festival

Where: Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London

When: 21-27 March

Lambeth Music Service in collaboration with Southbank Centre are delighted to present the Lambeth Sounds Music Festival. A festival that provides an opportunity to over 2500 young musicians from schools and partner organisations to share the experience of performing together at a world-renowned music venue.

​The Festival captures the energy, passion and focus of young musicians and also offers a platform to preview young composers and new music.

To find out more about Lambeth Sounds Music Festival, please visit their www.lambethmusic.co.uk

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