The Best Music Festivals In The World

If you’re looking for some great musical evenings, whatever your genre (hiphop,rock,edm,metal) you might have heard about festivals like Coachella, Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival (UMF), Bonnaroo Music festival, and Dreamville music festival etc. The best music festivals in the world aren’t necessarily the largest, but we’d all agree there’s something pretty powerful behind a music festival. Music can help in improving someone’s mood, make them happy and excited, studies suggest that music help in motivating people boost their energy levels, increase overall performance and improves memory. Music plays an essential role in people’s lives. A music festival is a community event in which live performances and instrument playing is showcased in front of the audience.

1) TOMORROWLAND

It’s an electronic dance music festival which is held in Boom, Belgium. It was first held in 2005 and it was a success since then it has been of the largest music festival in the world. It is spread over 2 weekends and tickets get sold really quickly. It is organized by WE ARE ONE WORLD. The genre is EDM.

2) COACHELLA

It is an international music festival organized in Indio, just east of Palm Springs, over two weekends. Coachella features famous and well-established musical artists, as well as new artists and audience parties. This is one of the United States and the world's oldest, most popular, and most lucrative music festivals. 2013 to 2015 each Coachella set new records for the festival size and gross revenues.

3) ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL

The ULTRA brand was established in 1997 in Miami by Executive Director, President & CEO, Russell Faibisch, who started organizing electronic music events that led to the inaugural Ultra Music Festival ® on Miami Beach sands in 1999. The globally acclaimed event, held every March since its creation, has marked its 20th anniversary.

4) BONNAROO MUSIC FESTIVAL

The word “Bonnaroo” is actually Creole slang for “Good Stuff”. The Bonnaroo festival has a lineup of 150 plus musicians. it’s a nonstop adventure. The music festival has 10 plus stages and festivals go on all night and there is no way that you would feel bored.

5) DREAMVILLE MUSIC FESTIVAL

The festival provides the local and tourists a chance to enjoy and listen to music in one of Raleigh’s most beautiful location. Dorothea Dix Park – Raleigh’s largest city park with over 300 acres of public green space. The festival offers an opportunity for J. Cole to give back to his home state that has helped shape the artist he has become with a one-of-a-kind celebration of local culture, food and art that also features a curated selection of music performers blending together some of today’s biggest national acts with exciting up-and-comers.

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