Previous headliners have included Jay-Z, Coldplay, The Who and even the 14th Dalai Lama.
In the mood for a party? Then put these festivals in your diary
Follow the celebs to Riverside County and get ready to party the weekend away in style. Held over two weekends each April, this music and arts festival is one not to miss. And if the music doesn’t win you over, the food definitely will. Some of LA’s best restaurants set up pop-up stalls here.
You have got to be fast if you want to claim a ticket for this five-day music festival in June – in previous years they have sold out in a matter of hours. Alongside the bands you can expect dance, comedy, theatre, circus, alternative health and art. Previous headliners have included Jay-Z, Coldplay, The Who and even the 14th Dalai Lama.
Governors Ball, USA
The Governors Ball held each June in New York is known for its Indie rock and Alternative Rock music. Beck, Kanye West and Mark Ronson have starred in previous line ups. Bring a blanket and have some wine and enjoy this three-day music festival in Randall’s Island Park.
The hype around Tomorrowland does not do its justice. The electric music festival takes place over two weekends in July in fittingly sounding town of Boom. “It’s beyond a festival,” said DJ Armin van Buuren to CNBC. “It’s a music festival combined with a theme park combined with a food festival combined with a cultural event.” Now who can say no to that?
Ultra Music Festival started in Miami and now it’s gone worldwide. From Puerto Rico to Ibiza to Hong Kong, everyone can have a taste of the electric music festival named after a Depeche Mode album. Previous lineups have included The Prodigy, David Guetta and Tiesto. It celebrates its 20th anniversary in Miami in March 2018. So go and join the party.