Kings, it is finally festival season which means it’s time to get the lads together for an epic weekend in the fields. Whether you like grime, house or indie there’s no denying that festivals are the highlight of everyone’s summer, not only for the music but also for the epic threads you get to rep. Festival fashion is a free for all and we won’t judge if you end up with some glitter on your face (come on you can have a bit of fun) but make sure your outfit is the best of the best with our selection of tees for festival season.

 

If you haven’t copped tickets for a weekend in the fields yet and are struggling to decide which festival to go to, we’ve got you covered. Discover our favourite UK festivals for 2019 and see which KWD tee we’d wear for the big weekend.



Parklife


Held at Heaton Park in Manchester, Parklife is one of the biggest metropolitan festivals in the UK and is THE place to be seen on the 8th and 9th June. Last year the festival was headlined by Liam Gallagher and The XX so as you can imagine this year’s line up is huge.

With Cardi B, George Ezra, The Streets and Solange headlining over the two days you know it’s going to be a sick weekend. However, it isn’t just the big names that Parklife champions. The festival is well known for giving slots to up and coming DJ’s and artists so there’s a chance you could witness the new Giggs take to the stage without even realising.

Parklife sounding good? You’re going to need some threads then and our Banton T-Shirt in black and grey will help you look on point in the fields. With an embroidered KWD logo on the chest and taping on the sleeves from the front, this tee looks like a pretty classic black tee. That’s until you turn around and see the huge Kings Will Dream graphic on the back. Show the other festival goers that you’re the real headliner.

If you’re looking for a non-camping festival with good vibes that champions both huge artists and upcoming talent Parklife is the festival for you. 
 


Wireless

 
A Kings Will Dream favourite, Wireless festival just never disappoints us and the line-up for 2019 is MASSIVE. The festival will be returning to London’s Finsbury Park from the 5th to 7th July and we wish we were there. All 135,000 tickets sold out in record time so if you managed to cop tickets we salute you.

Those who didn’t get tickets might want to skip this bit because festival goers will be witnessing rap royalty Cardi B, Migos, Travis Scott, Future and ASAP Rocky take to the stage. As if that wasn’t enough Torey Lanez, Young Thug, Rae Sremmurd, Ella Mai, Stefflon Don, Tyga and AJ Tracey will also be descending on Finsbury Park over the weekend.

If you managed to cop tickets and are looking for some fresh threads for the weekend, then KWD has everything you need to get you festival ready. The weather should hopefully be hotting up by July so you’re going to want a bit of colour to feel all the summer vibes. Look no further than our Merit tee in teal.

Featuring the hottest colourway for summer 2019 this tee is perfect for Wireless. A lightweight tee with pinstripe detailing and ombre print, the merit tee is the one. Perfect paired with denim shorts or black jogger if the weather isn’t living up to the hype.

Want to spend the weekend with rap royalty? Wireless festival is the perfect place for witnessing your favourites take to the stage.

Lovebox


Love house, techno and RnB? We think we’ve just found your perfect festival. Based in Gunnersbury Park in London, Lovebox is perfect for anyone who just wants to have a good time and enjoy their summer. If you’re free the 12th and 13th July you definitely need to head down here.

Showcasing artists from the worlds of house, techno, hip-hop, R&B and grime Lovebox is the one. This year the festival will feature headline slots from Chance the Rapper and Solange (how sick) with Loyle Carner, Brockhampton and Solomun also performing through the weekend.

Don’t worry if your friends aren’t into the same music as you as Lovebox isn’t just about the music. With a Bump Roller Disco, vintage fair and body painting taking place in the fields you’ll all have a sick weekend.

Of course, you’ll need a fresh new tee for the weekend and our Cawdon t-shirt is one of our favourites from our latest drop. The black tee has an embroidered KWD logo along with red taped sleeves, however, this tee will make a huge impact thanks to the graphic print on the back. Chevrons line the back of the tee in a red and black crocodile print fabric. Fresh.

Want a festival which offers more than just music? Get yourself down to Lovebox.


 

Creamfields


Want to spend August bank holiday in a field? Of course, you do. If you’re into dance music then Creamfields is the perfect way to round off your summer. Organised by legendary British club promoters Cream you are guaranteed to have a sick weekend.

The festival is now a four-day event on the Daresbury estate in Cheshire, which attracts 70,000 attendees each day. It’s big. Over the 22nd to 25th August there are stages dedicated to house, EDM, techno, drum and bass, trance, grime and more so if you like your dance music why haven’t you copped a ticket yet. If we still haven’t sold it to you then we have a feeling the line-up might help you decide.

Creamfields will see the return of iconic super group Swedish House Mafia after they announced they were going on a break in 2013. The super group’s slot at Creamfields will be their only UK show of the year so you definitely can’t miss that. Deadmau5, Cirez D & Adam Beyer, The Chemical Brothers, Calvin Harris and over 300 more acts will take to the fields that weekend.

Seen as though Creamfields is going to be such a big weekend you’re going to need an on-point tee to wear. Our Clifton pinstripe tee with neon green stripes is the one. While you’re raving in the field you’ll need to introduce some neon to your outfit to pay homage to the true ravers of the 90s. Our Clifton tee is a classic and a tee that will see you raving from morning to night.

If you want to witness a huge reunion cop tickets to Creamfields now.




 

Reading & Leeds

Maybe you’re not into house music but still want to spend the end of summer in the fields, well Reading and Leeds is the perfect alternative. Taking place over the bank holiday weekend the festival covers everyone in the north and the south and has become a right of passage for any festival goer.

The festival has always been known as a weekend for the rock and indie fans with The Rolling Stones, The Who and Fleetwood Mac being regular headliners, but over the past few years, the line-up has evolved to include more genres including grime and house. 2019's line-up is pretty sick and there is something for everyone so it’s the perfect excuse to grab the lads, pack a tent and head to the fields.

This year Foo Fighters, The 1975, Post Malone and Twenty One Pilots will be taking to the main stage, with the likes of Bastille, Billie Eilish, Blossoms, Denis Sulta and Stefflon Don also appearing over the weekend. The festival also hosts comedy as well as film screenings so you definitely won’t be bored.

Channel the more alternative vibe at Reading & Leeds with our Bardor tee. The crewneck fit is perfect for a weekend in the field and embroidered branding across the chest lets everyone know you’re repping the king. A graphic print on the back of the tee draws attention away from the headliners and onto your sick threads. For a weekend that everyone will vibe to cop tickets to Reading or Leeds festival.





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