You don’t need a tent or wellies to attend a music festival in London. Bursting with international stars, some of the world's biggest acts will only be a tube journey away. From Justin Bieber to Green Day, there's certainly no shortage of big names performing this summer.

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London has the best hostels and always attracts the biggest names in music. Here's our top five pick of the best festivals you can enjoy without breaking the bank.

Field Day, 3rd June 2017

Field Day

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Location: Victoria Park, East London

Price: £54.50-£74.50

Now in its 11th year, Field Day is one of the best alternative music festivals in London. Undeniably hipster and with an edgy line-up, headline acts include Aphex Twin, Flying Lotus, and Syrian wedding singer Omar Souleyman. It's a great alternative festival and has become one of London's cult favourites. 

Camden Rocks Festival, 3rd June 2017

Camden Rocks

Image by Federica Piersimoni (Flickr/Creative Commons)

Location: Various venues, Camden

Price: £35

Camden Rocks is a new hard rock and metal festival that captures the rebellious spirit of Camden in 25 venues across North London. Some of the bigger name acts include The Damned, Orange Goblin and Ruts DC.

British Summer Time: Green Day, July 1st 2017

Green Day

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Location: Hyde Park, London

Price: Tickets from £52.50-£72.50

Veteran pop-punk band Green Day are back to headline British Summer Time this year. With their hyper rock tunes and blistering ballads, the Hyde Park mosh pit will be a cauldron of energy. The American three-piece will be supported by Rancid, The Hives, The Living End, and Beach Slang.

At BST, you can also enjoy open-air movie nights, Wimbledon tennis screenings, street food stalls, and awesome DJs performing throughout the day.

British Summer Time: Justin Bieber, 2nd July 2017

Justin Bieber

Image by Joe Bielawa (Flickr/Creative Commons)

Location: Hyde Park, London

Price: Day tickets from £75.00 

Blonde heart throb Justin Bieber will be the star attraction this summer. Everyday Biebs' is getting older and evolving from this tweenie image into a global pop artist. If you don't get tickets for the Canadian superstar, then rest assured you'll be 'Sorry' to miss out. He will be supported by pop acts Martin Garrix, Tove Lo, and Anne-Marie.

Lovebox, 14-15 July 2017

Lovebox

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Location: Victoria Park, East London

Price: Day tickets from £77.25 including booking fees

Lovebox is one of the capital's most affordable festivals. This year leftfield acts such as Frank Ocean, Solange and Jamie XX, have been confirmed as headliners. It’s one of the highlights of the London summer.