Must Attend Music Concerts To Attend This June-July 2017
Music concerts in your teens are different. You probably don’t remember much because you were either passed out or fooling around with someone random the whole time. That’s the general idea when you are in your teens. Or, you weren’t even at a music festival because your minuscule allowance didn’t allow you to go. You want to explore a little more, learn a little more and drink a little less. And thus, you must Attend Global Music concerts.
Music festivals have been taking the world by storm for decades. There are hundreds of music festivals happening at some or the other corner of the planet hosting major artists each year, but here are just a few of the best and the biggest music festivals in the world today on various continents.
Where: Boom, Belgium
When: July 21-30, 2017
Tomorrowland is one of the biggest and most recognized music festivals in the world for electronic dance music, which has been sweeping the globe in the last decade, only getting bigger and bigger. Hundreds of electronic music DJ’s take the various artfully built stages at Tomorrowland. The 2017 lineup is still in progress, but in 2016, Tomorrowland brought in names like Alesso, David Guetta, Avicii, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Dillon Francis, Tiesto and more.
Where: Novi sad, Serbia
When: 5 Jul 2017 – 9 Jul 2017
Exit is another world famous and tops to the list of music concerts with an ocean of an audience. It makes the crowd groove on electronic, rock, metal, hip hop/rap, reggae and punk music. Exit has been organized every year since 2000 and takes place at the Petrovaradin Fortress. In 2017, Exit will be bringing in big artists like Wiz Khalifa, Ellie Goulding, David Guetta, Bastille, Nicky Romero and many more.
Splendour in the Grass
Where: Byron Bay, Australia
When: July-21-23, 2017
Splendor in the Grass is a world famous summer music festival that is held annually in Australia since 2001. The festival showcases indie rock, hip hop, electronic and alternative genres. In 2017, artists like The Strokes, Flume, James Blake, Santigold, What So Not, The 1975, Leon Bridges and more will be taking the stages.
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Where: Yuzawa, Niigata Prefecture, Japan
When: July 28-30, 2017
Fuji Rock is the one of the biggest outdoor global music concerts and one of the massively organised music festivals in Asia and the world. It began in 1997 where it took place at the base of Mount Fuji, but has been held at the Naeba Ski Resort since 1999. Fuji Rock showcases rock and electronic music and will be hosting artists like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, James Blake, Sigur Ros, Beck, and Wilco, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals and more.
Into the Valley
Where: Estonia, Sweden
When: June 29 – July 1.
This electronic music festival began in a quarry in Sweden in 2015 and grew to take on more unique venues. They may sound isolated but the festival organisers have designed accommodation packages for each one, to make visiting and extending your stay a breeze. The Black Madonna and Nina Kraviz perform in Estonia, with Andrew Weather all appearing in Sweden. African DJs are expected to feature in South Africa event, not happening until January.
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Worldwide Festival, Sète, France
When: July 3 – 9, 2017
The brainchild of 90s DJ and BBC 6 Music host Gilles Peterson, this festival, held on the beach in Sète attracts a cool crowd of Frenchies and international revelers. Taking place between July 3 and July 9, festivities will centre around the ‘Theatre de la Mer’, a beach-side amphitheater, hosting parties in the day and live acts and DJs into the night.
North Sea Jazz Festival, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
When: July 7 – 9, 2017
Though this is the largest indoor music festival in the world, never has it registered so highly on the calendar of British revellers as this year, when a stellar line-up has left Rotterdam drained of almost all the available beds. Erykah Badu, Gladys Knight and Usher in collaboration with The Roots, are all set to wow at the crowds over one weekend.
It’s really all about the music, but whatever your vibe, the impeccable sound systems and the big dudes won’t let you rest even for a minute. So, gather the crowd and get drenched completely and absolutely in the world of music, because all you’re going to say once you’re there is…Please don’t stop the MUSIC!
Music Is The Religion of The Season!!
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