Pitch up: 10 best festival tents

Whether you’re heading to a muddy field in the UK or to stages in the sun, a decent home under canvas will ensure you’re a happy camper

So you’ve bagged your ticket to the hottest line-up of the summer. Be it along with a hundred-odd thousand others at Glastonbury or for a tribute band weekender in your local park, we’re not judging, but if you’re opting to camp you’ll need a (canvas) roof over your head.

We’ve checked out a range of tents, from the bargain basics like Halfords’ Aventura range up to more luxurious offerings that you can style up for glamping like Nordisk’s Asgard. Now we just need to dig out the wellies….

Click on the gallery to see the Inybest buys

 

Verdict: 

For a pop up tent that’s built to last and won’t let the rain in, try Quechua’s 2 Second Easy. Anyone who lives in fear of their gadgets running out of charge and wants a tent that will make them stand out from the crowd should look at Bang Bang Tents’ offerings. Families will do well to check out OLPRO’s well thought out camping kit.  

Buy now:

1. Quechua 2 Seconds Easy 3, £54.99

2. Vango Ark 200, £72.99

3. FieldCandy What a Melon Tent, £395

4. Aventura Dome Tent, £15

5. Asgard 12.6 Polycotton Tent, £470 

6. Eurohike Stripe Pop-Up 2-Man tent, £35

7. Bang Bang Tents Solar-Powered machu picchu Tent, £195 

8. Regatta 4-Man Festival TeePee, £99.99

9. OlPro Cocoon 4, £299.99

10. Gelert Cabana2 3-man festival tent, £134.99

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