Who says music festivals can only take place when the weather is warm? Though it's getting chilly in the UK, the nation's music fans are gearing up for one of the biggest and best lineups coming soon to The Big Reunion festival.

 

The details

 

Billing itself as the "biggest indoor music festival in the UK," The Big Reunion takes place over two weekends - beginning on November 15 and 22. The venue, Skegness, is located in Lincolnshire on England's eastern coast.

 

To get there, you can take any number of convenient coaches from various points within England. Trains depart for Skegness daily from London's Kings Cross station. If you plan to hire a car, be sure you choose travel insurance cover that includes rental car excess.

 

The music

 

With five separate stages, festival-goers will be able to rock out to a wide variety of genres and artists. The Main Stage is where the biggest headliners will perform, including big names such as Majestic, Duke, Micky Slim and Wideboys.

 

The Urban Stage is home to rap, grime and hip-hop artists such as Adele Roberts, DJ Cable and Lia.

 

If you want a beat you can dance to, head to the House Arena, where you can catch out acts by Gorgon City, Tobey Jones and Jay Funk.

 

The Chaps, Clean Bandits and Lloyd Jones, along with a number of other indie groups, will be taking the stage at the Live Arena.

 

Dubstep and electronica have taken the music world by storm, and you can catch some of the top performers, like I See Monsters and Illaman, in this genre at the Bass Arena.

 

Finally, Artful Dodger and Matt Jam Lamont along with several other DJs will be performing at the Garage Arena.

 

Other events

 

It's not all about the music - The Big Arena is a massive party as well. Bring your speedos to rock out at the on-site pool parties, and don't miss the Silent Disco, which will take place on both weekends.

 

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