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Music Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss In 2019

The following is an article “Music Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss In 2019” by Marc Pulisci.

In the same way as every music genre has its own maestro, almost every major world city also has its own annual music festival, with many becoming iconic in their own right.

Music festivals 2019

The following is a selection of music festivals around the world that are worth checking out if you happen to be visiting, with some being a worthy enough reason to make the trip in the first place:

CTM Festival, Germany, January 25 to February 3, 2019

This 10-day festival in the German capital celebrates futuristic electronic pop culture with an audio-visual showcase quite unlike any other. With a theme that raises awareness of the world’s socio-political troubles, this festival is relevant to all generations who appreciate progressive and experimental genres and consider themselves to be responsible global citizens.

Ultra Music Festival, Florida, March 29 to 31, 2019

Happening round about spring break is Miami’s ultimate beach party graced by some of the biggest names in the EDM scene today. Whether you’re graduating this year or kissed your college years goodbye 10 years ago, partyphiles of all ages can dance the night away to the music of deadmau5, The Chainsmokers, and Martn Garrix, to name a few, plus a slew of up and coming artists to look out for in the coming years.

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, California, April 12 to 14, 19 to 21, 2019

Indio, CA, is the location of one of the most famous music festivals in the world today. This is where the hippies and hipsters converge, under clear sunny to starry skies, to witness up close and personal big names like Khalid,. Wiz Khalifa, J Balvin, and Ariana Grande. If you love all kinds of music and happen to be near California with a few days to spare this spring, Coachella is a must for your bucket list.

Glastonbury Festival, England, June 26 to 30, 2019

This equally popular five-day festival of contemporary performing arts takes place in Somerset, England, right at the start of the summer months. More than just a music festival, pop culture aficionados get to enjoy a wide selection of dance, comedy, circus, theater, and more in one exciting, free-spirited package. The diverse mix of artists includes Janelle Monae, Stormzy, and Kylie Minogue, who are just some of the early birds to have confirmed their participation in this year’s line-up.

Fuji Rock Festival, Japan, July 27 to 29, 2019

First held at the foot of Mount Fuji in 1997, this music festival in the Land of the Rising Sun isn’t all rock as its name might suggest. Pharrell Williams’-formed hip hop slash rock band N.E.R.D. takes the stage along with indie pop group MGMT at the Naeba Ski Resort, where living legend Bob Dylan is also confirmed to make an appearance—his 101st in Japan throughout his illustrious career.

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