The world’s biggest dance music festival is on every electronic music fan’s bucket list. Each summer Tomorrowland manages to curate the lineup of lineups at its mythological wonderland in Belgium, giving each and every dance sub-genre its own stage, all curated by the biggest brands in the game.
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Showcasing a lineup of the most influential and innovative artists making waves right now, Primavera Sound is a festival for the astute music fan.
Set on the beautiful Barcelona coast, the festival is the perfect opportunity to pair a holiday in this famous Spanish city with one of Europe’s most on-trend festivals.
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Rock in Rio Lisboa
The European edition of the iconic Brazilian festival, Rock in Rio Lisboa brings the vibrancy and carnivalesque nature of its South American counterpart to the Portuguese capital alongside some of music’s superstars.
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It may be only four editions old, but Mad Cool has quickly become one of Europe’s most renowned festivals. Since its debut edition with Neil Young, The Who and The Prodigy back in 2016, Mad Cool has gone from strength to strength, and now welcomes over 100,000 music fans to the Spanish capital each summer for four days of sun-soaked fun.
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The European edition of the worldwide dance festival, Ultra Europe has become one of the continent's foremost dance festivals from its home on the sunny Croatian coast.
The main festival takes place inside Split's Mladeži park, accompanied by Ultra’s famed production, while a number of other parties are laid on in what is know as Destination Ultra, including Ultra Beach on the island of Hvar, a Regatta beach party on Brač and a number of parties hosted by Resistance inside beach clubs and fortresses.
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Impossible to describe in just a single paragraph, Glastonbury is one of those mystical festivals that has to be experienced to be believed.
Its Pyramid Stage headline sets may get the TV coverage, but it is the other side of the festival that really sets it apart. From Shangri-La – its nighttime dystopian playground that runs till sunrise – to the wellness paradise of the healing fields and Left Field, where the big issues of today are tackled through discussion.
One thing you can be sure of is that whichever way you turn, you will never know what’s around the next corner.
Soon approaching its 30th anniversary, Sziget has a long list of incredible artists that have played it down the years, including Arctic Monkeys, Gorillaz, Kendrick Lamar, Muse, Ed Sheeran and Rihanna.
Spread over seven days, this sprawling festival on a Budapest river island invites over 1,000 artists – and even more music fans – to its quirky wonderland, filled with a cinema, theatre, circus, sport, and even a beach.
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Lost & Found
Annie Mac’s Lost & Found Festival kickstarts the summer festival season on the beautiful Meditarranean island of Malta alongside some of dance music’s finest names.
Set at the stunning St. Paul’s Bay resort, Lost & Found invites festival-goers to join them as they party to house, techno, garage and more across clubs, boat parties, pool parties and even a castle party.
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A UK dance and alternative music gem, Parklife is now one of the country’s most anticipated music festivals.
Each year it showcases a diverse lineup that spans from hip-hop and grime through to house, techno, drum and bass and more across its eight stages inside Manchester’s Heaton Park.
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2020 sees Hideout celebrate its 10th anniversary as it returns to Croatia’s infamous Zrće beach for five days of hedonistic partying inside some of Novalja’s most popular clubs, including Papaya, Kalypso, Aquarius and Noa.
But the action isn’t just confined to the clubs, with Hideout also laying on a series of boat parties on the Adriatic, as well as a beach party.
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A European gem, Serbia’s EXIT Festival lights up the stunning Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad each summer for four days and nights of rock, indie, hip-hop and electronic music.
Named one of the European Capitals of Culture for 2021, Novi Sad is brimming with excellent museums, galleries, restaurants, cafes and bars, and is therefore ripe to be explored.
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Rolling Loud Portugal
The iconic hip-hop festival heads to Europe for the first time, setting up on Portugal’s Praia da Rocha beach alongside some of the finest names in the rap world.
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Now Europe’s biggest urban music beach festival, Afro Nation is another that takes place on Portugal’s Praia da Rocha beach.
This time though it’s all about Afrobeats, hip-hop, dancehall, bashment and R&B, with the scene’s best artists playing out across beach and boat parties.
Find out more and book Afro Nation Portugal 2020 here.
August bank holidays in the UK are all about Creamfields when it comes to dance music. Having risen to fame thanks to its legendary Liverpool club nights in the 1990s, Cream launched their now flagship festival in 1998.
Each summer it curates a sprawling lineup across EDM, house, techno, drum and bass, trance and more, all packed to the rafters with the very best artists from each scene.
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Let it Roll
Regarded as the biggest and most influential drum and bass event going, Let it Roll is firmly at the top of every D&B fan’s bucket list.
Each summer the festival invites a selection of its favourite brands – such as Hospitality, Shogun Audio, and Technique – to help curate a lineup that brings together over 300 DJs and producers to its home just outside Prague.
Find out more and book Let it Roll 2020 here.
Rock en Seine
This Parisian gem has been bringing some of rock, indie and alternative music’s finest to the French capital since the turn of this century, growing into one of the country’s most anticipated music festivals.
Find out more and book Rock en Seine 2020 here.
FIB: Festival Internacional de Benicàssim
Benicàssim’s huge and diverse lineups are what keeps thousands from returning to the sun-soaked Costa del Azahar each summer for the ultimate festival holiday.
With the music not kicking off until the evening, the days are freed up for festival-goers to spend their time at the beach, exploring the local area or taking up boat trips, scuba diving, sailing, windsurfing, cycling and more.
Time Warp DE
Now a techno institution, Time Warp DE is still the number one party for any techno purist. For nearly 30 years the brand have been celebrating and shaping the scene out of its Mannheim home, each year laying on the ultimate 30 hour rave alongside the genre’s biggest names and underground talent.
Find out more and book Time Warp DE on our partner platform Festicket here.
Reading & Leeds
Now a rite of passage for young music fans in the UK, Reading and Leeds’ hall of fame reads like a who’s who of rock, with the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters, The Rolling Stones, The Who and Fleetwood Mac having all headlined down the years.
Nowadays the siblings’ lineup embraces a whole range of genres, such as dance and hip-hop, while still remaining inherently rock focussed.
Rock am Ring & Rock im Park
These two German heavyweights should be at the top of any rock and metal fans bucket list. Each summer the pair pack out their lineup with prestigious rock, metal, and punk artists, as well as a smattering of more alternative musicians, turning them into an annual pilgrimage for the moshers and headbangers.
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