Five of the best fitness and music festivals in the UK for 2019

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The shorelines, tidal islands, forests and beach front ways of the Gower will play host to this music and running celebration, presently in its third year. The fundamental guided trail runs begin and completion at the celebration site – fourteenth century Weobley Castle on West Castle Farm – and extend from 5k to 55k. Each run is part into three pace gatherings (guests get with one trail run for every ticket). There are bunches of other running sessions, in addition to occasions, for example, a brew mile transfer, midnight and dusk runs, and running joined with coasteering, shake climbing and surfing. There’ll be workshops on race fuelling, neuroscience and perseverance, and shoeless nuts and bolts; talks from competitors and specialists; in addition to wood-terminated hot tubs to ease throbbing legs. Music originates from Hackney Colliery Band, the Correspondents, DJ Luck and MC Neat and others. • 4-7 July, grown-up £149, 13-17s £89, 6-12s £39, under 6s free (incorporates outdoors), lovetrailsfestival.co.uk

RunFestRun, Wiltshire Chris Evans is one of RunFest Run’s caretakers. Photo: Will Bailey

This new celebration has running courses around the 40-hectare Capability Brown-structured parkland of Georgian Bowood House, in the town of Derry Hill, close Chippenham. Curated by radio moderators Chris Evans and Vassos Alexander, the music lineup highlights Razorlight, Faithless and The Coral. Colin Jackson, Steve Cram, Christine Ohuruogu and Paula Radcliffe are among the brandishing legends giving talks, alongside different competitors, scholars and culinary experts. Runs extend from a 2.5k extravagant dress Big Bug Run and an after-dull neon glowstick 5k, to blended landscape 10ks and half-long distance races. • 31 May-2 June, grown-up £142, 6-16s £67, under-6s £12, family (2+2) £357 (counting outdoors), runfestrun.co.uk

Runstock, Northamptonshire Photograph: Tom Miles

Sprinters all things considered and capacities are welcome to finish a lap challenge around a 5k rough terrain running course through the grounds of seventeenth century Boughton House close Kettering. From single-lap joggers with youngsters to 80k ultra-sprinters, competitors gather diverse shaded wristbands with each lap they complete. Along the course, sprinters can stop off at action zones including inflatables, slip’n’slide and a strike course. There will likewise be a celebration town for the post-race party, with unrecorded music, nourishment and drink slows down, and kids’ exercises including zorbing, ziplining, climbing and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. • 8 June, grown-up occasion section £80, 5-12s £50, family (2+2) £240, onlookers £5, kids’ end of the week play pass £15, and outdoors from £25pp or from £55 for a group of four, ratracerunstock.co.uk

Love Fit, Kent Photograph: Luke Ayling

Getting physical, day and night, Love Fit blends wellness with woodland parties in the grounds of St Clere Estate, simply outside Sevenoaks. Three days of activity join exercises with free-vivacious celebration vibes. Festivalgoers can book up to four classes every day (from 1 July), in addition to one hot-tub session for the end of the week. Wellness accomplices incorporate Kobox, offering confining the dull (battle club meets night club), Another_Space turning, Fierce Grace hot yoga, Mad Fitness HIIT exercises and standup paddleboarding with Island Feather. There will likewise be DJs and live groups, wellbeing and nourishment talks, veggie lover sustenance slows down, treks, climbing and wild running.• 19-21 July, grown-up £146 (counting outdoors), lovefitfestival.com

Boardmasters, Cornwall Surfing … and excellent live acts, Boardmasters. Photo: Lee Kirby

Boardmasters comes back toward the north Cornwall coast this August – it’s been running since 1981 – for an additional five-day dining experience of music and activity sports. Occurring on Fistral Beach and Watergate Bay in Newquay, the occasion incorporates star surfing rivalries, skating and BMX shows. The music lineup incorporates Florence and the Machine, Wu-Tang Clan, Foals, Dizzie Rascal and Jorja Smith. There are likewise surfing exercises (ages 8+), standup paddleboarding, kayaking, guided seaside running and a kids’ field with carnival workshops and family yoga. Coordinators likewise work with Surfers against Sewage and the RSPB to help keep the celebration condition friendly.• 7-11 August, grown-up £197, under-7s £5 (counting outdoors), boardmasters.com

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