The 5 Most Famous Summer Music Festivals In The World that you should go!!
Sunshine, beaches, warm weather, and good vibes —— Summer is just the right season to enjoy good live music with a refreshing beer in hand. If that sounds about what you’re looking for, outdoor music festivals are the places you should be!
Are you a music festival goer that never misses out on a good time? Or do you plan to attend a festival and make the best of this summer? Check out the Top 5 ultimate summer music festivals around the world UMade gathered for you. From Europe, North America to Asia, set your destination to enjoy the best summer ever!
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1. Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, U.S.A.
On the top of almost everyone's bucket list of festivals, Coachella, held annually in the beautiful Indio desert, California, is one of the most popular and highly acclaimed music festivals in the world. Taking place over two weekends, the festival features giant art installations and a lineup of the coolest bands and artists across all genres of music. Besides the musical celebration, this event is also packed with Hollywood celebrities and has become a great fashion hotspot for bohemian styles.
When & Where to go: 10-12 April & 17-19 April 2020, California, U.S.
More info: Coachella
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Photo: Website of Glastonbury Festival
Photo: Website of Glastonbury Festival
2. Glastonbury Festival, ENGLAND
With its attendee of 203,500 in 2019, Glastonbury Festival is undoubtedly one of the world's most famous music and performing arts festivals. Every summer in June, music-lovers flock to Worthy Farm in England for a few days of great live music, hippie arts and mud experience. The first Glastonbury festival was held in 1970 and has now become the largest greenfield music festival in the world. The five-day musical occasion is best known for its contemporary music and the famous pyramid stage but also features dance, comedy, theater, circus, parties and film showings.
When & Where to go: 24-28 June 2020, Somerset Farm, Pilton, U.K.
Tickets for 2020 go on sale in October. Visit Glastonbury Festival website for more info
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3. Fuji Rock Festival, JAPAN
Debuted in the summer of 1997 at the foot of Mount Fuji with “symbiosis of nature and music” as its theme, the three-day Fuji Rock Festival is now held in Naeba Ski Resort surrounded by nature. As the largest outdoor music festival in Japan, this annual rock festival features more than 200 Japanese and international musicians and enchants its attendees with its clear streams and green forests. Visitors can even take a gondola lift to the mountain top overlooking the festival.
When & Where to go: 26-28 July 2019, Naeba Ski Resort, Japan
More info: Fuji Rock Festival
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4. Tomorrowland, BELGIUM
Founded in 2005, Tomorrowland is the world’s biggest and craziest electronic music festival that takes place annually in Boom, Belgium. With its inception in 2005, Tomorrowland changes its festival theme each year and features renowned DJs performing EDM, house, techno, hardstyle and dance music, giving its more than 400,000 attendees an ultimate summer festival experience. Throughout two weekends, the incredible stage design and entire theatrical production are also something to expect from.
When & Where to go: 19-21 July & 26-28 July 2019, Boom, Belgium
More info: Tomorrowland
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Created in 1991 by Perry Farrell, the singer of Jane’s Addiction ( US band ) as a farewell tour, Lollapalooza evolved to be now a four-day, multi-genre gathering of music, dance, comedy and craft stalls. The classic Chicago summertime party takes over Grant Park every year, drawing over 150,000 fans. Apart from its origin in Chicago, the festival has also grown to host several editions in South American and European cities for more and more people to enjoy together.
When & Where to go: 1-4 August 2019, Grant Park, Chicago, U.S.
Chicago/ Berlin/ Argentina/ Chile/ Brazil/ Paris/ Stockholm
More info: Lollapalooza
- Anita C