Upcoming Top International Music Festivals in 2019

It is in every millennial’s bucket list to visit at least one popular and trendy music festival. But, in our urban busy schedules, we often miss out on the dates. Worry not, we are here to sort that problem for you. Here is a list of the upcoming top international music festivals in 2019. Bookmark your dates and also find sites to book your tickets from.

Upcoming Top International Music Festivals in 2019

Without any further ado, let’s dive right in to check out the most anticipated upcoming top international music festivals of 2019.

Top International Music Festivals in 2019

Upcoming Music Festival, August 2019

31 July – 4 Aug 2019
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Pol’and’Rock Festival
1-3 Aug 2019
Kostrzyn, Poland
Let It Roll
1-3 Aug 2019
Milovice, Czech Republic
Untold Festival
1-4 Aug 2019
Cluj Arena, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
1-4 Aug 2019
Chicago, USA + other dates in Paris, Germany, São Paulo, Buenos Aires and Santiago
Osheaga Music and Arts Festival
2-4 Aug 2019
Montreal, Canada
7-11 Aug 2019
Winchester, UK
Sziget Festival
7-13 Aug 2019
Budapest, Hungary
8-10 Aug 2019
Oppikoppi Farm, South Africa
10. Aug 2019
Green Man Festival
15-18 Aug 2019
Crickhowell, United Kingdom
Woodstock 2019
16-18 Aug 2019
Watkins Glen, New York, United States
18-20 Aug 2019
Pag Island, CROATIA
22-25 Aug 2019
Salmo River Ranch, Salmo, Canada
22-25 Aug 2019
Daresbury, UK
Reading Festival / Leeds Festival
23-25 Aug 2019
Reading / Leeds, UK
23-25 Aug 2019
Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands
26 Aug- 2 Sept 2019
Black Rock City, Nevada, U.S.A
Dimensions Festival
28 Aug -1 Sept 2019
Pula, Croatia
30 Aug-1 Sept 2019

Upcoming Music Festival, September 2019

Outlook Festival4-8 Sept 2019Pula, Croatia
OASIS FESTIVAL14-16 Sept 2019Marrakesh, Morocco

Upcoming Music Festival, October 2019

ROCK IN RIO27-6 Oct 2019Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
4- 5 Oct 2019
SHOW DC, Bangkok, Thailand
Austin City Limits Music Festival
4-6 & 11-13 Oct 2019
Austin, USA
Amsterdam music festival16-20 Oct 2019Amsterdam, Netherlands

Upcoming Music Festival, November 2019

CORONA CAPITAL 16-17 Nov 2019 Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City, Mexico
22 Nov 2019Central Harbourfront Event Space, Hong Kong

Upcoming Music Festival, December 2019

6-9 Dec 2019FIJI
7-9 Dec 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia
12-16 Dec 2019SIAM COUNTRY CLUB Pattaya Old Course, Pong, Thailand
27 Dec 2019 -7 Jan 2020
27- 29 Dec 2019
Oxford Golf Resort, Pune
29 Dec 2019-1 Jan 2020
Waiohika Estate, Hexton, New Zealand

Upcoming Music Festival, January 2020


Upcoming Music Festival, February 2020

Vive Latino22-15 Feb 2020Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico
20-24 FEB 2020
Envision Festival, Costa Rica
Tribal Gathering29 Feb 2020 – 14 Mar 2020Playa Chiquita, Panama

Upcoming Music Festival, March 2020

SXSW: South by Southwest
13-22 March 2020
Austin, USA
UMF: Ultra Music Festival
20 – 22 March 2020
Miami, USA
Treefort25-29 March 2020Boise, ID

Upcoming Music Festival, April 2020

1-5 April 2020
Bay Street, Bridgetown, Barbados
Time Warp
4 April 2020
Mannheim, Germany
8-13 April 2020
Mayrhofen, Mayrhofen, Austria
Coachella Music & Arts Festival
10-12 April & 17-19 April 2020
Indio, California
DGTL Amsterdam
10-12 April 2020
Amsterdam, Netherlands + other dates in São Paulo, Barcelona, and Tel Aviv
24 Apr – 26 Apr 2020
Empire Polo Club, Indio, California, United States
Fortress Festival25 Apr– 27 Apr 2020
Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, Texas, United States
LOST & FOUND30 April- 4 May 2020Saint Paul’s Bay, Malta

Upcoming Music Festival, May 2020

3-4 May 2020
El Jocotillo, GUATEMALA
EDC: Electric Daisy Carnival – Las Vegas
15-17 May 2020
El Jocotillo, GUATEMALA
Hangout Music Festival 2020
15-17 May 2020Las Vegas, USA
Nuits Sonores
May 2020Gulf Shores, AL
Boston Calling Music FestivalMay – June 2020Lyon, FranceHarvard Athletic Complex, Allston, MA

Upcoming Music Festival, June 2020

3-7 June 2020, Copenhagen, Denmark
Primavera Sound
4-6 June 2020, Barcelona, Spain
Meadows in the Mountains
4-7 June 2020Polkovnik Serafimovo, Bulgaria
Rock am Ring / Rock Im Park
5-7 June 2020 Nürburgring / Nuremberg, Germany
Nova Rock Festival
11-13 Jun 2020Derby, UK
Download Festival
12-14 June 2020Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands

Upcoming Music Festival, July 2020

EXIT FESTIVAL4 – 8 July 2020Petrovaradin, Serbia
Les Eurockéennes4-7 July 2020Belfort, France
BALATON SOUND8-12 July 2020Zamárdi, HUNGARY
Ankeny SummerFest 20209 – 13 July 2020Ankeny Summerfest, Ankeny, Iowa, United States
Dour10-14 July 2019 Dour, Belgium
RAINFOREST WORLD MUSIC FESTIVAL10-12 July 2020Sarawak Cultural Village, Kuching, Malaysia
Mad Cool Festival11-13 July 2019Madrid, Spain
Dekmantel31 July – 4 August 2019Amsterdam, Netherlands
Longitude 202016 – 19 July 2020Henham Park, United Kingdom Source
MELT! FESTIVAL17-19 July 2020Ferropolis, Germany
SONAR18 – 20 July 2020Barcelona, Spain
Tomorrowland19-21 July & 26-28 July 2019Boom, Belgium
Pitchfork Music Festival19-21 July 2020Chicago, USA
Fuji Rock26-28 July 2020Naeba Ski Resort, Japan
BOOM FESTIVAL28 July – 4 Aug 2020Idanha-a-Nova, Portugal
Queensland Music Festival July 2020Brisbane, Queensland

Dekmantel Festival

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When: Wed, 31 Jul, 2019 – Sun, 4 Aug, 2019

Where: Amsterdamse Bos, Amstelveen, Netherlands

Artists Lineup : Amongst the most eye-catching artists to feature are drone metal demigods Sunn O))), five-time Grammy-nominated composer Suzanne Ciani, Ethio-jazz pioneer Mulatu Astatke, electro future casters Cybotron, peerless techno stargazer Jeff Mills, EBM icons Nitzer Ebb, pop fantasist Róisín Murphy, a midweek concert from free jazz figurehead Pharaoh Sanders and his Quartet plus, at the time of writing, the first-ever appearance on European soil for mythical Japanese producer Shinichi Atobe.

The line-up includes singular solo artists like Yves Tumor, dark-hearted rave miscreants The Empire Line and Vatican Shadow, celebrated jazz trio The Comet Is Coming, Milanese Afterhours specialist Paquita Gordon, experimental Swedish outfit SHXCXCHCXSH, digital-dancehall duo Equiknoxx, Kenyan envoy Slikback and many more. Plus, prominent faces from previous editions of the festival return. Amongst the stalwarts are Dekmantel Selectors compilers Motor City Drum Ensemble and Marcel Dettmann, UK pride-and-joys Ben UFO and Blawan, and party-starting people’s champions, Carista, and Palms Trax.

source : Dekmantel Official website

Let It Roll

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When: Thu, 1 Aug 2019 – Sat, 8 Aug 2019

Where: Milovice, Czechia

Artist Lineup: Over 300 acts will descend on the Milovice airfield and these are the latest 50 recruits. Joining headliners Chase & Status, Andy C, High Contrast, DimensionNoisia and Pendulum will be Camo & Krooked and chart-smashing heavyweights Sub Focus and Wilkinson who’ll be performing one of their legendary rare back-to-back sessions!

Deeper into the line-up,

A-Cray, Audio, BMotion, B-Complex, Breakage, Cause 4 Concern, Counterstrike, Delta Heavy, DJ Marky, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Dirtyphonics, Eatbrain League X Jade b2b Teddy Killerz b2b Fourward feat. MC Coppa, Ed Rush, Edlan, Emperor, Etherwood, Flava D, Gerra & Stone, Hallucinator, Hazard, Changing Faces, Icicle, Kanine, Keeno, Killbox, Kove, Kyrist, Lenzman, London Elektricity, LSB, Madface, Matrix & Futurebound, Mizo, Monty, Nymfo, Phace & Misanthrop, Problem Central, Rido, Riya, S.P.Y, Signal, Skeptical, Spectrasoul, State Of Mind, Technimatic, The Outside Agency, Turno, Unglued and Urbandawn, Whiney. 

Source: Let it Roll official website

Pol’and’Rock Festival

Pol'and'Rock Festival

When: Thu, 1 Aug 2019 – Sat, 3 Aug 2019

Where:  Kostrzyn, Poland

Artists Lineup:Zawieszenie flag na Dużej Scenie, Ziggy Marley, Ziggy Marley, The Adicts,Gogol Bordello, Happysad, Avatar, Crossfaith, Parkway Drive, Ornette, Hunter, Krzysztof Zalewski, Testament, Lordi, Prophets of Rage, Acid Drinkers, Perturbator, Motorcycle Parade, Dub FX, Hurrockaine, Decapitated, Łydka Grubasa, Agnieszka Chylińska, Skunk Anansie,Kult, Crystal Fighters, Piotr Bukartyk.

Source: Pol’and’Rock Festival official website

Untold Festival

Untold Festival

When: Thu, 1 Aug 2019 – Sun, 4 Aug 2019

Where: Cluj Arena, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Artists Lineup: Robbie Williams, Stormzy, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Busta Rhymes, David Guetta, Bastille, Tinie Tempah, Paul Kalkbrenner, Loco Dice and James Arthur. 

Source: Untold festival official website


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When: Thu, 1 Aug 2019 – Sun, 4 Aug 2019

Where:  Grant Park, Illinois, United States

Artists Lineup: The stroke, The chainsmokers, Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Twentyone pilots, J Balvin, Arina Grande, Flume.

Lollapalooza, meaning an extraordinary or unusual thing, is an annual 4-day extravaganza. It was perceived, initially, as a farewell tour by frontman Perry Farrell for Jane’s Addiction band.

Launched in 1991, Lollapalooza toured North America, through 1997 and its revival period of 2003. Not to mention, it is a melting pot of genres like Alternative Rock, Heavy Metal, Punk Rock, Hip-Hop, and electronic music (read about genres of EDM).

Hosting 160,000 visitors every year, Lollapalooza has served as a platform for non-profit, political groups, and various visual artists. Besides, both the flagship event in Chicago and the satellites spread across South America and Europe now play-on an almost unparalleled scale.

Osheaga Music Festival

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When: Fri, 2 Aug 2019 – Sun, 4 Aug 2019

Where: Parc Jean-Drapeau, Montreal, Canada

Artists lineup: The festival will be headlined by The Lumineers, Flume, J Balvin, and Interpol, with additional sets from Gucci Mane, Kurt Vile & The Violators, $uicideboy$, Mitski, Bob Moses, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Sharon Van Etten, Francis And The Lights and more. On the following day, The Chemical Brothers will headline alongside Logic, City and Color, And Janelle Monáe. Other artists on Saturday’s bill include Rüfüs Du Sol, Beach House, Young the Giant, Louis the Kid, King Princess, GRiZ, Sofi Tukker, FKJ, and others. On the final day — Sunday, August 4 — Osheaga will host Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Hozier, Kaytranada, Metric, Mac DeMarco, Normani and more.

Source: Osheaga Music Festival official website

Boomtown Fair

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When: Wed, 7 Aug 2019 – Mon, 12 Aug 2019

Where: Matterley Estate, Ovington, United Kingdom

Artists lineup: Lauryn Hill, Avalon, Baba Stiltz, Babar Luck, Backbeat Soundsystem, Big In Lights, Big Mon, Big Red Ass, Blastoyz, Prophets of Rage, The Streets, Bustawidemove B2B Lazlo Legezer, Catballou, Joel Culpepper, Lead Shot Hazard, Leftover Crack, Legal Shot, Legends Of Moving Shadow, Lemon Girl, Lenzman b2b LSB & DRS, Little Simz, Loathe, Local, London Remixed UKG Orchestra ft. Blue Lion Band, MC Kie & Enamie, Lord Leopard, Lowqui, LPB, Lt Stitchie & Manudigital, Lucas, Lucy, Neville Staple Band, New Daze, New Daze, New Town Kings, Ngaio, Nick Manasseh, Saint Acid, Sally C, Salt-n-Pepa,SAMA’, Sandman Project, Svetlanas, Swindle (live), Symbolic, Year Of The Dog, Yo Speed, Young Culture, Young Culture, YT, Zero, Zounds .

Source: Boomtown festival official website

Sziget Festival

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When: March 29-31, 2019

Where: Miami, Florida, USA

Artist lineup: The Winner of Nagy-Szín-Pad!2019, Michael Kiwanuka, Jain, Ed Sheeran, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, KodalineOf Mice & Men, Razorlight, The Blaze, Fakear, Akos Wex B2B Dephton, Shabaam, Steam Shape, Mateo & Spirit, SikztahJay LumenRegal, BlawanFJAAKLuigi, Madonna, Platon Karataev and many more.

Source: Sziget Festival official website

Street Parade

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When: Saturday, 10 August 2019 Source

Where:  Lake Zurich, Switzerland

Artist Lineup: John Digweed, Nastia, Nic Fanciulli, Rødhåd, Dubfire23:00, Pan-Pot, Amelie Lens and many more.

Source: Street parade official webstite

Green Man Festival

Green Man Festival

When: Thu, 15 Aug 2019 – Sun, 18 Aug 2019

Where: Crickhowell, United Kingdom

Artists lineup: Four Tet [live], Father John Misty, IDLES, Sharon Van Etten, Broken Social Scene,StereolabAmadou & Mariam,Maribou State, Khruangbin, Car Seat Headrest, Whitney, Big Thief, Richard Thompson, Aldous Harding, Ezra Collective, Gwenno, Steve Mason, Sons of Kemet, The Comet Is Coming, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Julia Jackli, FoxwarrenSca HoopAnais Mitchell, Jesca Hoop, Durand Jones & the Indications, Bridget St JohnPictish Trail, Meic Stevens, Avi Buffalo, Nilüfer Yanya, Skinny Pelembe , Certain RatioBodega, Stealing Sheep, James YorkstonStella Donnelly, Hen Ogledd, Tiny Ruins, Willie J Healey, Anna St Louis, Mapache,The Mauskovic Dance Band, Audiobook, James Heather, Beabadoobee, Tamino, TVAM, Squid, audiobooks, Penelope, Isles, Malena Zavala, Art School Girlfriend, Pottery, Grimm Grimm, Gwenifer Raymond, Black Country ,New Road, SCALPING, Chloe Foy, Chappaqua Wrestling, Molly Payton,Just Mustard, PigPozi


When: Fri, 16 Aug 2019 – Sun, 18 Aug 2019

Where:Watkins Glen, New York, United States Source

Artists Lineup: The Killers, Miley Cyrus, Santana,
The Lumineers,The Raconteurs,Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters, Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats, Run The Jewels, John Fogerty, The Head and The Heart, Maggie Rogers, Michael Franti & Spearhead
Bishop Briggs
Anderson East
John Sebastian
Princess Nokia
Fever 333
Larkin Poe
Flora Cash
Brian Cadd
Ninet Tayeb

Day 2
Dead and Company
Chance the Rapper
Black Keys
Sturgill Simpson
Greta Van Fleet
Portugal. The Man
Leon Bridges
Gary Clark Jr.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
David Crosby and friends
Margo Price
Nahko And Medicine For The People
Country Joe McDonald
Jade Bird
Rival Sons
Emily King
Soccer Mommy
Taylor Bennett
Amy Helm
Courtney Hadwin

Day 3
Imagine Dragons
Cage The Elephant
Brandi Carlile
Janelle Monae
Young The Giant
Courtney Barnett
Vince Staples
Judah and the Lion
Earl Sweatshirt
The Zombies
Canned Heat
Hot Tuna
Pussy Riot
Cherry Glazerr
Leven Kali
The Marcus King Band
Hollis Brown
John Craigie
Amigo The Devil
Liz Brasher


When: Sun, 18 Aug 2019 – Fri, 23 Aug 2019

Where:Sonus Festival, Novalja, Croatia


When: Thu, 22 Aug 2019 – Sun, 25 Aug 2019

Where: Daresbury, United KingdomW


When: Fri, 9 Aug 2019 – Mon, 12 Aug 2019

Where: Salmo, Canada


When: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 – Sun, 25 Aug 2019

Where: Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands

Reading Festival

When: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 – Sun, 25 Aug 2019

Where: Leeds, United Kingdom, Reading, United Kingdom


When:  Sun, 25 Aug 2019 – Mon, 2 Sep 2019

Where: Black Rock Desert, Nevada, United States

An event rightly nominated in the top international music festivals in 2019, Burning man is held in the western United States at Black Rock City. It is a temporary city erected in the Black Rock Desert of northwest Nevada, approximately 160 km north-northeast of Reno.

The festival gets its name from the symbolic ritual of burning of a large wooden effigy (of the “Man”) that traditionally occurs on the Saturday evening of the event.

Here read how to do the Burning Man festival in a shoestring budget.

Black Rock gives us all a chance to heal, to become ourselves.

Larry Harvey

Adding to that, the Burning Man festival is an annual week-long celebration in a temporary metropolis devoted to community and art. It revolves around, as they say, 10 principals:

Radical inclusion, gifting, decommodification, radical self-reliance, radical self-expression, communal effort, civic responsibility, leaving no trace, participation, and immediacy.

It was first held in 1986, 33 years ago on Baker Beach in San Francisco with an attendance of 20 people. A small function organized by Larry Harvey and Jerry James, who built the first “Man”, it has since then held every year spanning from the last Sunday in August to the first Monday in September (Labor Day). Today, it has an attendance of 70,000 people from across the globe.

Below, take a look at a glimpse from the first Burning Man festival.

Book your Burning Man tickets here.

Dimensions Festival

When: Wed, 28 Aug 2019 – Sun, 1 Sep 2019

Where: Fort Punta Christo, Pula, Croatia Source


When: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 – Sun, 1 Sep 2019

Where: Stradbally Hall, Stradbally, Ireland


When: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 – Sun, 1 Sep 2019

Where: Budva, MONTENEGRO


When: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 – Sun, 1 Sep 2019

Where: Stradbally Hall, Stradbally, Ireland

Ultra-Miami is the archetype for all the other EDM festivals. A holy grail for EDM and Big Room House fans across the globe, the festival was founded by Russell Faibisch and Alex Omes in 1999 and titled after the 1997 Depeche Mode album, Ultra. It is crazy to witness 165,000 people pack into a city-party that is being transformed into a dancefloor, to party their heart out. Due to its massive popularity, Ultra has spread worldwide to cities like Cape Town, Seoul, and Split. Last year alone, over one million people attended Ultra festivals around the world.

So, grab your neon gear and prepare to endure the tropical heat of Downtown Miami and experience every DJ, from Tiësto and Armin Van Buuren to The Chainsmokers and Kaskade.
Ultra-Miami 2019 is back to get you breathless with banger music and enthralling experience. To witness the madness, book your tickets.


When: April 12-14, 2019 and April 19-21, 2019

Where: Coachella Valley, Colorado Desert, Indio, California

When it comes to music festivals, Coachella is without a doubt, the motherload of all festivals. You can’t possibly curate a list of music festivals without including the one and only Coachella, can you?

And, it’s so because of the versatile mix of the best artists and musicians across genres and globe, coming together for two epic weekends. Its ‘middle-of-nowhere’ desert venue makes it the ultimate place to escape for music lovers. That’s perhaps a significant reason why it draws an insane amount of people every year. And not to forget, Coachella is a favorite amongst celebrities as well.

The colossal history of Coachella Music and Arts Festival dates back to 1993. In addition to that, Coachella’s history is so old that it could quickly fill a book. You must be wondering how did it all begin?

It all began when Pearl Jam’s lead singer Eddie Vedder allegedly became upset at the excessive service charge Ticketmaster charged the concert attendees. So to proscribe all the venues controlled by Ticketmaster, the band decided to perform at the Empire Polo Club grounds in 1993. Music executives Paul Tollett and Rick Van Santen noticed how efficacious the Pearl Jam concert was. And that’s how Coachella, the most successful music festival in the United States and all over the world, was born. Each Coachella staged from 2013 to 2015 set new records for festival participation and total revenues.

The ticket prices range from $429 for general admission to almost $1,000 for VIP passes. This year, Coachella 2019, is all set to give all the music and travel junkies, a weekend full of pulsating energy and crazy vibes, again.


When: July 19-21, 2019 and July 26-28, 2019

Where: Boom, Antwerp, Belgium

Tomorrowland, first launched in 2005, is like a pilgrimage for lovers of EDM. Every year, (read about how the last fest was) approximately 185,000 EDM fanatics travel from different rims of the world to be a part of the unparallel experience.

Tomorrowland needs no introduction; it is without a doubt, one of the most famous festivals in the world. It is an irony to say that the line-up so far is a sight for sore eyes! With an extension with the name of Tomorrowland Winter, this music festival is like a fairyland, where music and action happens. The decorations can blow anybody’s mind.

Read about people’s hands-on emotional experiences.

For all the EDM lovers, it’s your time to rejoice, as Tomorrowland is all set to rock in Belgium. Therefore, pack your bags and take on the journey to the magical world of Tomorrowland.


When: August 22-25, 2019

Where: Daresbury, Cheshire, UK

Creamfields, organized by British club promoter Cream, is a mecca for EDM fanatics and happens to be one of UK’s biggest dance music festivals. For four days, the fields of Cheshire are wrapped up with enrapturing music. One can hear the beats of electronica resonate as everything from Techno to Trance is boomed on stage. Creamfields, which began in 1998, witnesses a footfall of around 70,000 visitors every year featuring headline performances by mainstream and underground DJs alike.

Creamfields 2019, will witness the return of the iconic, Swedish House Mafia, as well as dance music giant deadmau5 and the debut performance by Cirez D & Adam Beyer. Joining them will be over 300 stars such as Ben Klock, Eric Prydz, Armin van Buuren, and Giggs, which gives you some idea of the scale that Creamfields beholds.


When: June 26-30, 2019

Where: Pilton, Somerset Glastonbury, UK

Glastonbury is a five-day festival of contemporary performing arts in the UK, enticing around 175,000 attendees each year. It serves as a cornerstone of British culture as in addition to contemporary music, the carnival hosts dance, circus, cabaret, comedy, theatre, and other arts. A potful of festival-goers set to witness some of the world’s biggest stars perform hit the peaceful fields of Glastonbury. The festival has seen the likes of Beyoncé, Muse, Arctic Monkeys, Ed Sheeran, Adele, etc.

In addition to the big shot headliners, the festival also pays to provide a platform to the not so famous artists who are brimming with potential. The ‘BBC Introducing’ stage has kick-started the careers of many British artists who are killing it out there today, such as James Bay and Florence and the Machine.

Glastonbury Festival, inspired by the ethos of the hippie, counterculture, and free festival movements, was held intermittently from 1970 until 1981. It has been held every year since then, except for fallow years, taken at five-year intervals. This was done intending to give the local population, land, and organizers a break. In the same way, 2018 was a “fallow year.”


When: June 13–16, 2019

Where: Great Stage Park, Manchester, Tennessee, U.S.

Bonnaroo, based in Tennessee is the home of country music. It has its roots in jam band and folk-rock. Further, Alternative music with a folk edge is still its central raison d’être, but Hip-Hop also has a stronghold on the billing.

Superfly Presents and AC Entertainment developed and produced the American annual four-day carnival. The festival started in 2002, was listed by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the “50 Moments That Changed Rock & Roll” in 2003, titled “Festival of the Decade” by Consequence of Sound, and ranked among the “10 Best Festivals” by GQ Magazine. For a matter of fact, Bonnaroo is also one of the few festivals to actively support recycling and sustainability drives during the festival.

Furthermore, this year’s headliners include The Lumineers, Odesza, Childish Gambino, and Cardi B.


When: August 1-4, 2019

Where: Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois, USA


When: August 23–25, 2019

Where: Haarlemmermeer, near Amsterdam, Netherlands

If there is anything, the Dutch know how to do best, is throwing an incredible festival. And, Mysteryland is no exception! This top international electronic dance music festival expands across three days in addition to camping benefits.

The Dutch multi-genre electronic music festival started in 1993 with beats thumping across 17 stages. Moreover, the décor is like a fairytale setting. With fairy lights and flowers of all assorted colors, it gives the music festival a distinctly magical feel. One can enjoy, deep vibrations of Drum and Bass, Techno and House filling the festival air. Not to mention, Mysteryland captivates the 100,000-person-strong crowd every year.

Visit here to book your tickets.

This upcoming top international music festival is going to be huge and we found packages to fit every budget.


(50th Anniversary edition)

When: August 16-8, 2019

Where: Watkins Glen, New York

The Woodstock Music and Art Fair, also known as Woodstock, was the most iconic music festival in human cultural history. As a result, over half a million attended the four-day extravaganza.

Rock music fanatics are aware of it as the single milestone event in the field of music. The inviting and peaceful environment not only highlighted the hippie culture to the mainstream media but also exemplified the accommodating nature of the people

As a late 1960s cultural touchstone and one of the biggest rock festivals of all time, Woodstock has been a part of popular culture in many different ways. As a result, the phrase “the Woodstock generation” became the spring of the common vocabulary.

Woodstock, taking over Max Yasgur’s upstate New York dairy farm in 1969, became one of pop culture’s most definitive moments. Additionally, Oscar-winning documentary Woodstock directed by Michael Wadleigh captured the festival in its full glory. It featured sets from counterculture icons like Janis Joplin, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Incredible String band, and Jimi Hendrix’s performance on his discordant rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner, the most memorable performance.

This year, finally, Woodstock festival is back with a bang to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Look at the fab lineup. Lang, its co-founder, said that he wants the festival to be “eclectic” and “multi-generational” with “newer bands” performing tributes to original Woodstock artists.

“It’ll be hip-hop and rock and some pop and some of the legacy bands from the original festival…We’re also looking for unique collaborations, maybe some reunions and a lot of new and up-and-coming talent.”

The Fader

The Woodstock Festival held in 1999 ended in riots, sexual assaults, and overflowing toilets. That won’t happen this year, Lang insisted. With this one, we’re going back to our roots and our original intent. And this time around, we’ll have control of everything.”

Woodstock, likewise, held a festival in Kostrzyn nad Odrą, Poland in 2017.

The Fader


When: May 17-19, 2019

Where: Las Vegas, Nevada

The winner of ‘The Festival of the Year award’ at the Electronic Music Awards, in 2017, Electric Daisy Carnival is an obvious name amongst the most happening music festivals. Under the relentless sun of Nevada, ECD makes people dance their heart out with music playing in the glow-in-the-dark environments, and LED-infused flora and fauna backdrop. Therefore, the energy and vibes are also electric. The pyrotechnics alone is enough to make your jaw hit the floor.

Each of the eight stages has a theme of its own. It combines cutting-edge technology with its natural settings, consequently creating unique spectacles.

Here is the theme reveal movie of EDC

Electric Daisy Carnival was founded by Insomniac Events in 1997. In fact, its first incarnation dates back to 1991. Today, not just music but, it is known for offering traditional carny games, cotton candy, and other carnival treats. Moreover, one can also enjoy a few merry rides if one can stomach it after all the booze and candy!

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11. New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

When: April 26, 2019 – May 6, 2019

Where: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festivals, founded by the New Orleans Hotel Motel Association, dates back to 1970. The festival, also known as the Jazz festival, is a complete cultural experience expanding beyond just music.

Listed amongst the oldest top international music festivals, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is also considered as one of the best music festivals in the world. The festival is steeped in African-American culture and history. Likewise, it pays homage to the incredible diversity of jazz, blues, and gospel. It has seen an attendance of 425,000 in 2016.

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, in 2019, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Not to mention, it draws thousands of visitors to their yearly carnival celebrating the cuisine, music, and overall culture of New Orleans. Jazz Fest is a national staple.

Equally important is, honoring their 50-year jubilee, Jazz Fest is celebrating a special edition; an extra day of fun at Jazz Fest on the Fairgrounds. Moreover, the fest organizers have added “Locals Thursday” to the festival lineup this year. Besides that, it offers specially-priced tickets for locals with a valid Louisiana State ID.

For two weekends, April 25-28 and May 2-5, fest-goers can anticipate a distinctive 50th-anniversary edition of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Here is a list of the festival’s incredible lineup.


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    Bollywood Divas Illuminate Basant Panchami in Yellow Splendor
    Aria of X:IN is the second Kpop idol from India.
    Aria of X:IN is the second Kpop idol from India.
    BTS’ Jungkook records in LA studio.
    BTS’ Jungkook records in LA studio.
    Alka Yagnik Unfamiliar with BTS, Gets Trolled by Fans
    Alka Yagnik Unfamiliar with BTS, Gets Trolled by Fans
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