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The world's best music festivals

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Since the last century, music festivals have become part of the music and pastime culture worldwide. It's a cool way to spend time with friends to the soundtrack of your favorite artists. Many event organizers even provide a camp on their grounds, so you don't have to dive out of the unique atmosphere. Everyone can choose a festival to their liking — with rock, jazz, pop, hip-hop, ethnic, country, blues, or dance electronic music. So we offer you a guide to the largest and most notable music festivals in the world to enjoy.

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, California, USA)

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is a three-day event held in Indio in the U.S. state of California. A part of the Colorado Desert, the Coachella Valley, is located here, after which it is named. It is one of the most popular music festivals in the world. At the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, celebrities can be seen not only on stage but also in the crowd among the audience. In addition to the musical acts, there is an exhibition of contemporary art — installations and sculptures, many of which are interactive. Visitors to Coachella most often wear clothes with ethnic indigenous elements and unusual combinations of colors and materials, which is also a hallmark of the event. It’s definitely one of the brightest USA music festivals that looks like one massive party.

Three day festival in Indio
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Abstract colored sculptures at the Indio Festival
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Primavera Sound (Barcelona, Spain)

The Primavera Sound Festival is held every year at the end of May and beginning of June in Barcelona and lasts three days. Since 2005, Forum Park has been the concert venue for it. In 2022, half a million people visited it, making it one of the biggest top music festivals. Smaller Primavera Sound events are held in Madrid, Porto, Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, Santiago de Chile, and Buenos Aires. A wide range of musical genres are represented here. Its participants included Pixies, Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, Kendrick Lamar, Sonic Youth, Portishead, Pet Shop Boys, Franz Ferdinand, The Cure, Blur, Wu-Tang Clan, Tame Impala, Dua Lipa, Lorde, and Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds.

Live at the Heineken Primavera Sound Festival
Primavera Sound © Christian Bertrand / Shutterstock

Ultra Music Festival (Miami, Florida, USA)

Ultra Music Festival is one of the largest electronic music festivals in the world, held in March in Miami. It was founded in 1999 and is named after the Depeche Mode Ultra album. Ultra Music Festival headliners have included Paul van Dyk, Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, Deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Benny Benassi, David Guetta, Calvin Harris, The Crystal Method, Justice, The Prodigy, The Black Eyed Peas, Groove Armada, Swedish House Mafia, Fatboy Slim, and Skrillex. Ultra Worldwide Festivals have been organized all over the world since 2008. Participating countries include Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, Chile, South Africa, Indonesia, Spain, Singapore, Croatia, Japan, Peru, and many others.

Laser show on stage during a concert
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Fire show on stage during a concert
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Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts (Glastonbury, England)

The Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts is a five-day festival in the village of Pilton, in the English county of Somerset. It is the largest rock festival in the United Kingdom, over 50 years old. In addition to musical performances, there are dance, theater, and circus performances. It's hard to list the legendary performers who have torn this stage. They include David Bowie, The Smiths, Joe Cocker, The Cure, Sinead O'Connor, Lenny Kravitz, Johnny Cash, Radiohead, Oasis, Blur, Beastie Boys, The Offspring, Stereophonics, Moby, Muse, Beyonce. This list is endless. Fun fact — in 2017, actor Bradley Cooper took the stage at the Glastonbury Contemporary Music Festival as part of the filming of A Star Is Born. In 2019, unexpectedly, attendees bought all the tickets in less than 36 minutes.

Glastonbury Festival at Glastonbury
Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts © marietta peros / Shutterstock
House-shaped shop at Glastonbury
Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts © Just Another Photographer / Shutterstock

Montreux Jazz Festival (Montreux, Switzerland)

Montreux Jazz Festival has been held since 1967 on the shores of Lake Geneva in the Swiss city of Montreux. It is one of the biggest jazz festivals after the Montreal Festival. In the 1970s, it started to expand its line-up, inviting performers from the worlds of blues, soul, and rock styles. So, along with Quincy Jones, Miles Davis, Nina Simone, and Ella Fitzgerald, the Montreux Jazz Festival has hosted B.B. King, Ray Charles, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Chuck Berry, Ringo Starr, Sting, Bob Dylan, and Alanis Morissette. Today, it’s a heaven for real jazz fans.
Festival neon lettering
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Mysteryland (Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands)

Mysteryland is the leading electronic dance music festival in the Netherlands. It traces its history back to 1993. During this time, its location has changed several times. In 2011, another Mysteryland took place in Chile, and in 2014 — in the USA. Since 2002, the traditional venue has been the Floriade in the Dutch municipality of Haarlemmermeer. The greatest DJs and electronic musicians give sets here.

Light show on stage during a concert
Mysteryland © edmidentity.com
Colorful stage during a concert at the festival
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Summerfest (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA)

Summerfest is one of the largest multi-genre music festivals in the world, attracting about 700-800 thousand people annually. It starts on the last Wednesday in June and lasts 11 days. Its history began in 1968. It is one of the oldest music festivals in the United States. Over the decades, it has featured Bob Dylan, The Jackson 5, Frank Sinatra, Prince, Whitney Houston, Fleetwood Mac, Maroon 5, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Kanye West, Stevie Wonder, Imagine Dragons, Nine Inch Nails, The Ramones, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Linkin Park, Ed Sheeran, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and The Weeknd.

Festival area
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Sziget Festival (Budapest, Hungary)

Sziget Festival is held every August in Budapest on Óbuda Island. The name of the festival translates from Hungarian as an island. It was first held in 1993 as a small event for students. After a while, it has grown into one of Europe's largest, most prominent and iconic music festivals. Representatives of all genres perform here. At the first Sziget Festival after the pandemic in 2022, headliners included Dua Lipa, Stromae, Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon, Tame Impala, and Woodkid.
Panoramic aerial view of Budapest during blue hour
Sziget Festival © ZGPhotography / Shutterstock
Visitors to the Sziget Music Festival in Budapest
Sziget Festival © Bobica10 / Shutterstock

Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

Electric Daisy Carnival, or EDC, is held in the United States, namely in Las Vegas. It is one of the most famous music festivals where performers of dance and electronic music, rap and trance, dubstep and house, techno, and drum and bass perform. Impressive visual effects complement all this. In different years, Steve Aoki, Benny Benassi, Tiësto, Marshmello, Diplo, Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, The Chainsmokers, and Armin van Buuren have performed on stage.

Fireworks on stage during a concert
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Fireworks on stage during the festival
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Montreal International Jazz Festival (Montreal, Canada)

The Montreal International Jazz Festival is an annual celebration of jazz music in Montreal. It lasts ten days, during which about 2 million people visit the performances. It is one of the largest jazz festivals in North America. Almost 3,000 artists from more than 30 countries perform on stage throughout the festival. Shows are held both outdoors and in huge concert halls and small clubs. The first Montreal International Jazz Festival featured Ray Charles.
Festival grounds in Montreal
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Electric Zoo (New York, USA)

The Electric Zoo Festival is held annually on the weekend before Labor Day in early September. The venue is Randalls Island in New York City. The event features the best in electronic music. The first Electric Zoo was held in 2009 and headlined by Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, and Deadmau5. Tiësto, Skrillex, and The Chemical Brothers performed there in the following years.

Elephant stage during the festival
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Rock am Ring и Rock im Park (Nürburg and Nuremberg, Germany)

Rock am Ring and Rock im Park are some of the best rock music festivals. They take place simultaneously at the Nürburgring racetrack and the historical Zeppelinfeld venue in the cities of Nürburg and Nuremberg, respectively. Both events feature the same notable artists, with the rare exception of a musician taking only one stage. Together, Rock am Ring and Rock im Park are Germany's largest festivals and some of the largest in the world. Their billboards at various times have featured the names of U2, Foreigner, David Bowie, Toto, Elton John, Brian May, Robert Plant, Rage Against the Machine, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, Rammstein, The Prodigy, Metallica, Placebo, Oasis, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Linkin Park, Papa Roach, Muse, and Deftones.
Huge field filled with spectators in front of the stage
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Governors Ball Music Festival (New York, USA)

The multi-genre Governors Ball Music Festival has been held in New York City on Randalls Island since 2011. It's one of America's festivals for live music — rock, electronics, hip-hop, indie, pop, folk, and other kinds. Over the years, artists who have performed here have included Beck, Kid Cudi, Outcast, Jack White, The Strokes, Eminem, Travis Scott, Florence + the Machine, Tyler the Creator, Billie Eilish, and Post Malone.

Large advertising inscription of the festival
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Rock in Rio (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

The Rock in Rio festival is originally held in Rio de Janeiro. Since 2004, its geography began to expand to Lisbon, Madrid, and Las Vegas. The first event was held in 1985. Its headliners included the legendary Queen, AC/DC, Yes, Rod Stewart, and George Benson, with an audience of 1.38 million people. It is one of the best music festivals in the world. Since the pandemic in 2022, Iron Maiden, Post Malone, Justin Bieber, Guns N' Roses, Green Day, Coldplay, and Dua Lipa have closed the program.

Huge field filled with spectators in front of the stage
Rock in Rio © mms.businesswire.com

Lollapalooza (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

Lollapalooza takes place in Chicago's Grant Park on the coast of Lake Michigan. It lasts four days, including a variety of genres and fine art exhibitions. Its fans say it is the most famous music festival in the world. Every year, it attracts about 400 thousand spectators. Metallica, Dua Lipa, Machine Gun Kelly, Green Day, Maneskin, and others performed here in 2022. Subsidiary festivals are held in Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Germany, Sweden, and France. The event cooperates with a number of organizations to combat environmental issues.
Festival area
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View from the stage to the audience during the festival
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Donauinselfest (Vienna, Austria)

Donauinselfest or the Danube Island Festival can be attended in Vienna at the end of June. It is the largest open-air festival in the world, with an attendance of about three million people. Admission is free. Stands with Austrian, Thai, Greek, Italian, Indian, and Turkish food are available to visitors. Bonnie Tyler, Melanie C., Scorpions, Bloodhound Gang, Billy Idol, and Train have all performed on the Donauinselfest stage.
Huge field filled with spectators in front of the stage
Donauinselfest © stadt-wien.at

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)

Visit the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival at the end of spring in the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans. It is one of the most famous music festivals in this genre. The Fair Grounds Hippodrome was chosen as the location. In addition to the music program, there is a fair of local crafts (clothing, jewelry, fine art, and decor). A separate place is occupied by stalls with a unique Cajun cuisine characterized by many spices, the use of seafood, and alligator meat. Ray Charles, Tina Turner, and James Brown have all performed on the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival stage. Over the years, other genres have been added to jazz — gospel, African music, blues, funk, folk, rock, and pop.
Festival grounds in New Orleans
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival © jazzandheritage.org

Tomorrowland (Boom, Belgium)

Tomorrowland is an electronic music festival that happens annually in the Belgian city of Boom. It stands out for its unusual scenes as if taken from sci-fi movies. Every year, the theme of this EDM festival changes, and a new anthem is written, one of which was created by Hans Zimmer. Tomorrowland headliners have included Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Moby, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, Tiësto, Paul van Dyk, Skrillex, Fatboy Slim, Martin Garrix, and The Chainsmokers.
Spectators in front of the stage at the festival
Tomorrowland © news.fintechnexus.com
Tent city at the music festival
Tomorrowland © pbs.twimg.com

NOS Alive (Oeiras, Portugal)

NOS Alive is the annual music festival that has been held continuously since 2007 in the Portuguese city of Oeiras. It was named Alive after the Pearl Jam album of the same name. From 2008 to 2014, it was called Optimus Alive in honor of its main sponsor. In 2014, the communications company Optimus changed its name to NOS, and in 2015, the festival became NOS Alive. It presents diverse musical genres, featuring the traditional Portuguese fado. Standup comedians also perform on a separate stage. Pearl Jam, The Smashing Pumpkins, and the Beastie Boys headlined the first event. The 2022 program was closed by The Strokes, Florence + The Machine, Metallica, and Imagine Dragons.
Spectators in front of the stage at the festival
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BoomTown Fair (Winchester, England)

BoomTown Fair is one of the best music festivals held in South Downs National Park near Winchester in the English county of Hampshire. It was first held in 2009. Each event is a chapter of an overall storyline. The site is divided into neighborhoods and blocks with streets where hundreds of actors play the residents. It takes about a month and a half to build the sets for the festival. The ideas of social equality and protection of nature run through BoomTown Fair. Gogol Bordello, The Specials, M.I.A., Gorillaz, Die Antwoord, Limp Bizkit, Chase & Status, Groove Armada, and Wu-Tang Clan have all performed here at different times.

Spectators in front of the stage at a music festival
BoomTown Fair © boomtownsource.com
Spectators in front of the stage at a music festival
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Bonnaroo Music Festival (Manchester, Tennessee, USA)

The Bonnaroo Music Festival lasts four days in Manchester in the United States. It has been held since 2002 and starts every year on the second Thursday in June. Numerous stages feature bands of all genres — from rock and hip-hop to country and reggae. Rolling Stone and The New York Times magazines have included Bonnaroo in their lists of top summer music festivals. It has featured U2, Pearl Jam, Billy Joel, Mumford and Sons, Elton John, Eminem, Jack White, Lionel Richie, Neil Young, Stevie Wonder, Nine Inch Nails, Metallica, The Police, Radiohead, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Many spectators in front of the stage at a music festival
Bonnaroo Music Festival © hollywoodreporter.com

Way Out West (Gothenburg, Sweden)

In August, you can visit Way Out West, a three-day music festival held in Gothenburg, Sweden. Performances at other venues in the city complement the program. The event is best-known for its environmentally conscious approach. In different years, the festival lineup has included the names of Kanye West, Lady Sovereign, Lykke Li, Regina Spektor, Arctic Monkeys, Band of Horses, Beirut, Iggy Pop, Wiz Khalifa, and The Black Keys.
Festival area
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Creamfields North (Daresbury, England)

Creamfields North has been a festival for more than 25 years. You can visit it in the village of Daresbury in the English county of Cheshire. It is one of the largest events of its kind. Initially, the event was a one-day festival. Over time, it has become one of the major electronic dance music festivals with camping, lasting four days. More than 300 artists perform there every year. They include Swedish House Mafia, Eric Prydz, Calvin Harris, Deadmau5, The Chemical Brothers, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Fatboy Slim, Armin van Buuren, The Prodigy, Daft Punk, David Guetta, and Chase & Status.

Spectators in front of the stage at a music festival
Creamfields North © weraveyou.com

Roskilde Festival (Roskilde, Denmark)

Roskilde Festival is held near the Danish town of Roskilde. It is among the largest music festivals in the Scandinavian countries. It was created in 1971 as an event for hippie music lovers from the north of Europe and obviously inspired by Woodstock. It originally featured bands and artists playing rock, folk, jazz, and pop. In the 1990s, electronic music was added to the program. Both local performers and world-renowned musicians can be seen here. Its headliners have included Status Quo, Santana, U2, Ramones, The Cure, Metallica, Eric Clapton, Sting, Toto, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Iron Maiden, Iggy Pop, Nirvana, Megadeth, Aerosmith, Oasis, The Strokes, Travis Scott, and Bruno Mars.

Huge number of spectators at the music festival
Roskilde Festival © meyersound.com

Pinkpop Festival (Landgraaf, Netherlands)

The Pinkpop Festival is held annually in the municipality of Landgraaf in the Netherlands. The festival occurs on the weekend of Pentecost, which in Dutch is called Pink steren, which gave the event its name. Sometimes the date is moved to a later time. Pinkpop has been held regularly since 1970, making it the world's oldest pop and rock music event. In 2022, Metallica, Twenty One Pilots, Nightwish, Nothing But Thieves, Pearl Jam, Royal Blood, Maneskin, Deftones, Kaleo, Kennyhoopla, Imagine Dragons, Dermot Kennedy have all performed here.
Territory at the music festival
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Mawazine (Rabat, Morocco)

The Mawazine Festival is held in the Moroccan city of Rabat and gathers artists from all over the world on its stage. It was first held in 2001 under the patronage of the personal secretary of King Mohammed VI of Morocco. In 2013, more than 2.5 million people visited it, making it one of the largest music festivals in the world. Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Rod Stewart, Charles Aznavour, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams, Demi Lovato, Scorpions, Usher, Placebo, The Chainsmokers, Maroon 5, Stromae, The Weeknd, Robert Plant, Elton John, B.B. King have performed at Mawazine.

Music festival performer
Mawazine © billboard.com

Burning Man (Black Rock, Nevada, USA)

The Burning Man Festival is one of the most vibrant and craziest events in the world not only figuratively but literally. It begins on the last Monday in August and lasts eight days until Labor Day. Over the course of Burning Man, an entire city with streets grows in the middle of the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. There are concerts, installations, and exciting events happening around the clock, provided by the strong and friendly community. Another distinguishing feature of the festival is the unusual costumes of the participants. Everyone tries to dress as creatively as possible while protecting themselves from the ubiquitous dust. After sunset, the desert is illuminated by thousands of neon lights, and on Saturday, the culmination of the festival is the ceremonial burning of a wooden human figure. It’s a truly unforgettable experience!
Spectators on bikes in the desert at a music festival
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Huge sculpture of a ballerina in the desert at a music festival
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Pitchfork Music Festival (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

Pitchfork Music Festival is one of the American festivals dedicated to rock music and beyond. It is held annually in July in Union Park in Chicago. In addition to rock, hip-hop, electronica, and even jazz are represented here. In different years, Bon Iver, Thom Yorke's project The Smile, The National, The Roots, Erykah Badu, Phoebe Bridgers, Tame Impala, and Kendrick Lamar have performed on the stages of Pitchfork Music Festival. The festival also features art exhibits, poster sales, and a vinyl record fair from local radio station CHIRP Radio.

Chicago Music Festival
Pitchfork Music Festival © pitchfork.com

Austin City Limits (Austin, Texas, USA)

Austin City Limits is a major music festival held in October at Zilker Metropolitan Park in Austin since 2002. Previously, Austin City Limits used to be a one-weekend event. However, the organizers prolonged it to two weekends in 2012. During this period, eight stages are set up, featuring rock, indie, country, folk, electronic, and hip-hop performers. Interestingly, the inspiration for the event was a television program of the same name that has been airing since 1976. Among the headliners were Amy Winehouse, The White Stripes, Muse, The Strokes, Florence and the Machine, the Weeknd, Radiohead, Mumford & Sons, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gorillaz, Billie Eilish, Arctic Monkeys, and Miley Cyrus. The festival grounds include a food court featuring local restaurants and art sales.

Music Festival at Zilker Metropolitan Park in Austin
Austin City Limits © bizbash.com

Fuji Rock Festival (Naeba, Japan)

Fuji Rock Festival is Japan's largest open-air music festival, held on the last Friday and weekend of July. It was founded in 1997 and was originally held at the foot of Mount Fuji, from which the event got its name. Two years later, it was moved to its current location at the Naeba Ski Resort in Niigata Prefecture. Seven main and several secondary stages are set up on its territory, where Japanese and foreign artists perform. An unusual event feature is that the transitions between the different festival zones can be long and pass through forests and streams. The world's longest gondola cable car takes visitors to the Fuji Rock Festival site. A major pre-party is held on Thursday night before the opening. Fuji Rock Festival's acts include many familiar names — Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against the Machine, Foo Fighters, Iggy Pop, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The Prodigy, Blur, Oasis, Eminem, Muse, The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, Beck, Kasabian, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, and The Strokes.

Japan's largest music festival in Naeba
Fuji Rock Festival © japantimes.co.jp

Outside Lands Music Festival (San Francisco, California, USA)

Outside Lands Music Festival is held in August in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It was founded relatively recently - in 2008. Its first headliners were Radiohead. In other years, they were joined by Pearl Jam, Tenacious D, Kings of Leon, Muse, Arcade Fire, Metallica, Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney, Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mumford & Sons, The Black Keys, Elton John, Radiohead, Lionel Richie, Gorillaz, Florence + The Machine, Twenty One Pilots, Green Day, Post Malone. Outside Lands Music Festival features the Taste of The Bay Area food court, where you can sample delicious local food based, among other things, on plant-based and gluten-free ingredients.

San Francisco Music Festival
Outside Lands Music Festival © pitchfork.com

Open’er Festival (Gdynia, Poland)

Open'er Festival is one of the biggest music festivals in Poland, which takes place at the end of June - beginning of July on the territory of Kosakowo Airport in Gdynia. The event was founded in 2002 and was held for the first time in Warsaw. English electronic duo The Chemical Brothers was invited as the main guest. The festival has been held at the current location since 2006. Among the artists who performed there were P!nk, Massive Attack, Snoop Dogg, Fatboy Slim, Placebo, Pharrell Williams, Björk, Beastie Boys, Muse, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, The Prodigy, Coldplay, Prince, Blur, The Black Keys, Depeche Mode, Bruno Mars, Dua Lipa, Twenty One Pilots, Imagine Dragons, and Lil Nas X. The festival includes theater performances, art exhibits, and unexpectedly, discussions with political and social figures.

The largest Polish music festival in Gdynia
Open’er Festival © bi.im-g.pl

South by Southwest (Austin, Texas, USA)

South by Southwest is a music festival held in Austin, Texas, in mid-March. On its stage, you can see not only established performers but also newcomers. On average, about two thousand artists perform here in 10 days. Young musicians get a good boost for career development, increase their fan base, communicate with journalists, and have the opportunity to meet representatives of labels with whom they can later sign a contract. At various stages of their careers, Dolly Parton, Shawn Mendes, Beck, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Depeche Mode, Kendrick Lamar, The National, The White Stripes, Post Malone, Travis Scott, Skrillex, The Strokes, Queens of the Stone Age, Coldplay, 50 Cent, Johnny Cash, Beastie Boys, Motörhead, Florence and the Machine, Lady Gaga, Lana Del Rey, Katy Perry, Ice Cube, and Jimmy Eat World performed here.

Austin Music Festival
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