10 music festivals in the world you must attend- Score Short Reads

Travelling to a new country and attending a music festival with your close friends or family is always rejuvenating and fun. On that note, we bring to you must visit music festivals in the world.

Coachella

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Coachella is a music and arts festival that takes place annually in California, USA. This festival features a very diverse lineup of acts from international and local artists, including both mainstream and indie artists. The event features musical artists from various genres of music including rock, pop, indie, hip hop to name a few. They also have a range of electronic dance music and amazing installations and sculptures. Across the grounds, several stages continuously host live music making it a musical treat for festival goers. Plan your trip, what are you waiting for?

For more details, visit- https://www.coachella.com

Glastonbury

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Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival of contemporary performing arts that takes place in Pilton, Somerset, England. The festival is known for its diverse lineup, which includes a mix of mainstream and alternative acts, as well as a strong focus on sustainability. The event not only focusses on music but also has great acts in the field of comedy and dance. Don’t miss it!

For more details, visit- https://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk

Tomorrowland

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Tomorrowland is another sought after festival and is on the bucket list of most music lovers. It is an electronic music festival that takes place in Belgium. It is commonly known for its large scale and massive production, and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world. People flock up in large numbers with their friends and attend it for a great time. We highly recommend this festival if you love electronic music.

For more details, visit- https://www.tomorrowland.com/home

Fuji Rock Festival

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The Fuji Rock Festival is a music festival that takes place in the mountains of Japan. The three-day music extravaganza takes place over the massive area of the land surrounding Mt. Naeba and the Naeba Prince Hotel. There are about nine stages over the festival grounds offering a variety of musical experiences from both stadium filling top Japanese and international acts to more alternative and laid-back jams. Add this to your bucket list if you haven’t already!

For more details, visit- https://en.fujirockfestival.com

Sauti za Busara

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This is an African music festiva, held every year in February in Tanzania. It is centred in the Old Fort (Ngome Kongwe), with fringe events taking place at the same time around Stone Town- including a carnival street parade (Beni). This festival is a whole lot of fun and attracts several participants each year. The dynamic production speaks for itself and has provided stage to a wide range of artists every year.

For more details, visit- https://www.busaramusic.org

Rainforest World Music Festival

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The Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) is an annual event that takes place in Sarawak, Malaysia. It is a celebration of world music and culture, featuring traditional and contemporary acts from a wide range of countries and genres. In addition to the music, the festival also includes workshops and seminars on topics such as music, dance, and cultural heritage.

For more details, visit- https://rwmf.net

Bonnaroo

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Bonnaroo is a music and arts festival that takes place annually in Tennessee, US. The festival hosts multiple stages featuring live music with a diverse array of musical genres including indie rock, classic rock. hip hop, jazz, country music, folk, electronic to name a few among many other genres. Musical acts begin on Wednesday evening for early arrivers, continued throughout the festival with performances starting each day around noon, and some stages entertaining festival goers until sunrise.

For more details, visit- https://www.bonnaroo.com

Roskilde

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Roskilde is a music festival that takes place annually in Denmark. The Festival is a Danish music festival held annually south of Roskilde. It is one of the largest music festivals in Europe and the largest in the Nordic countries. It attracts many thousands of visitors every year and focusses on a wide range of genres and artists. If you love Europe, you sure must not miss this grand festival.

For more details, visit- https://www.roskilde-festival.dk/da/

Electric Daisy Carnival

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If you are a lover of electronic music, then the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) is for you. It is an electronic music festival that takes place in various locations around the world. It is known for its large scale and impressive production, and attracts thousands of visitors each year. You are sure yo groove and have a great time at the music festival.

For more details, visit- https://lasvegas.electricdaisycarnival.com

Echoes of Earth

This is an amazing music festival that takes place every year in Bangalore, India. It features a wide range of indie and mainstream artists who take on the stage across two days. The festival not only focusses on music, but also has sustainable products and brands to showcase their products. A lot of people come to have fun with their friends and families.

For more details, visit- http://echoesofearth.com

These are our top 10 picks of music festivals for this year. It’s time to plan your dates and get your music festival game on!

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