Festival fun in Jersey 

Festival fun in Jersey...

Home to a range of live music festivals, floral carnivals and a brand new beach festival at the stunning St Brelades' Bay, there's a staggering choice of events to inspire music lovers and culture vultures of all tastes in Jersey this summer. Book your getaway today!

Folklore Festival - 12 June 2016
Folklore is the latest addition to Jersey's live music calendar. This laid back festival is set in a natural amphitheatre against the backdrop of the idyllic St Ouen's Bay, and acts include Levellers and The Charlatans.

Big Gig Weekend - 15 - 16 July 2016
This family friendly music festival is made up of Legends in the Park and Big Gig in the Park. 2016's fantastic line-up includes The Human League, Billy Ocean and Jess Glynne, and all proceeds will go to charity! 

Battle of Flowers - 11 - 12 August 2016
A major highlight in Jersey's summer calendar, the Battle of Flowers is a fabulous floral carnival featuring floats of all sizes. This spectacle of colour also features a moonlight parade and firework finale!

Jersey Live - 3 - 4 September 2016
The Channel Islands' biggest festival is undoubtedly Jersey Live, taking place in September each year. This year's headline acts include 80's pop legends Madness, and drum and bass superstars Sigma.

Jersey International Air Display - 8 September 2016
Watch the skies above Jersey come alive during Battle of Britain week, when a fantastic array of modern and vintage military and international aircraft soar above St Aubin with breath-taking displays.

St Brelade's Bay Beach Festival - 10 September 2016
New for 2016, the St Brelade's beach festival takes place in September. Enjoy live music, delicious food, water sports and games at this stunning bay, recently voted by TripAdvisor as the UK's 3rd best beach.

Jersey Festival of Words - 28 September - 2 October 2016
Following a hugely successful debut in 2015, the Jersey Festival of Words returns this year, welcoming internationally renowned writers such as Michael Morpurgo and Alison Weir to the island.