If you consider yourself a true lover of music and the arts, music festivals must be part of your bucket-list. Party, rave and just celebrate what you love with like-minded people in these notable festivals around the world.
A coveted summer music and arts festival in Indio, California, Coachella is a melting pot for lovers of music, fashion, art, and food. People can enjoy a variety of activities in the festival ground such as yoga, camping, pilates, and much more.
"Live Today, Love Tomorrow, Unite Forever" are the things Tomorrowland stands for. The electronic dance music festival held in Boom, Belgium. Their lineups consistently feature almost every DJ you know of and highly decorated stage designs are all part of its allure.
Primavera Sound is a music festival that takes place between the end of May and the first week of June. Since it started in 2001, it has been successful in putting together an inclusive line up of Indie music along with other genres such as pop, rock, and EDM.
Download Festival is held annually at Donnington Park, Leicestershire, England between late May to early June. Deemed as the most popular British summer rock and heavy metal festival since 2003. The lineup depends on the poll results from Download devotees.
Lollapalooza is a four-day music festival in Chicago, Illinois. It was originally put together as a farewell tour for Janes Addiction by frontman Perry Farrell in 1991and has since become a global festival celebrated annually. The line up usually includes pop, hip hop, rap, and EDM.
Afropunk is a festival that started as a cultural movement in the US to include everyone who feels like an outsider and/or those marginalized by society. The theme goes beyond music by black artists, as it also takes on arts, fashion, and activism.
A seven-day affair between the last weekend of April and the first weekend of May. New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, commonly known as "Jazz Fest" invites people all over the world to a celebration of Louisiana's culture, music, and talent.