Sure, Wilderness has its middle-class niceties. But while it's true that you can feast on a Yottam Ottolenghi or Nuno Mendes banquet before heading to the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar, there's so much more to it than that. Just an hour and a half away from London, the rolling site (complete with swimmable lake, fairylight-lit woods, naked cricket matches, hip-hop karaoke and hot tubbing in ski lodges) has a magical vibe all of its own, and hosts a huge array of performance art, talks (we're particularly looking forward to Reni Eddo-Lodge's Why I'm No Longer Talking To White People About Race), and plays, as well as sets from Two Door Cinema Club, Bonobo, Ray BLK and the one and only Grace Jones. Veuve Clicquot will have a champagne bar overlooking the lake, with interactive dance performances from Kimatica, while The Cellar (created by Sager + Wilde's Charlotte Wilde and Wine Car Boot's Ruth Spivey) is on hand to match your wine to whatever bit of Wilderness you feel like taking part. Tickets still available, folks.
3-6 August; £189.95
Wilderness, Cornbury Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire
On the other hand, if you like your line-up more obscure, your travel covered by Oyster Card and your crowd to be uniformly sporting beards and man buns, may we present this weekend's other festival option: Visions. Taking over five Hackney venues and three outdoor spaces, this is a one-day celebration of all things hip and soon-to-be-huge. Hot tips include Liars, Blanck Mass, Kero Kero Bonito and Puma Blue, plus there's late-night punk rock karaoke and a Twin Peaks-themed dog show. Because obviously.
6 Aug; £33.45
Visions, various Hackney and London Fields locations