Europe has the biggest and the grandest, here are some of the lists of Fun and Exciting European Music Festivals happening in different European countries.
Music festivals are a great platform for musicians as well as music lovers to share what they love most. These festivals feature different line-ups of performers in numerous podiums, providing fans the opportunity to jam with all their favorite artists together in one place. Aside from the music, most festivals also become a center for arts of various forms and are loaded with other things to do.
Best Music Festivals in Europe:
Each year, major cities around the globe celebrate music festivals particularly during summertime. Since Europe has the biggest and the grandest, here are some of the lists of Fun and Exciting European Music Festivals happening in different European countries.
Tauron Nowa Muzyka
20-23 August 2015, Katowice, Poland
Little known outside of Poland until recently, Tauron Nowa Muzyka was voted best small festival in 2014 and has since then attracted an international fan base. Taking place between two former mine shafts in Katowice, Poland, Tauron Nowa Muzyka festival has played a major role in the regeneration of the Upper Silesia region. A dance festival for everyone, this Polish getaway offers three days of parties and top-quality electronic music, in addition to music and art workshops for adults and children. A truly hidden treasure in this list of Eastern European Festivals.
10-17 August 2015, Budapest, Hungary
Hungary’s top music festival is held in Budapest, the nations capital. The event (which attracts over 350,000 people) lasts for an eye watering seven days and by the end of the week around 1000 artists would have performed. It’s held on Óbudai-sziget (translated as Old-Buda Island), which is a huge, leafy 266 acre island on the Danube. It’s a popular event and in 2011 it won the European Festival Award for the Best Major Festival.
The Reading Festival
28-30 August 2015, Reading England
Widely regarded as one of the oldest music festivals around, the Reading Festival boasts its origins since the early 60s. However, in the early 70s the festival eventually made Reading its home where it has established itself as one of the UK’s premiere music events. Music lovers who will attend this year’s event will undoubtedly be in for a treat as the three-day event will boast the likes of Deadmau5, Simple Plan, Echosmith, Azealia Banks, Mumford & Sons and Metallica.
6-10 August 2015, Tisno, Croatia
Acts like FATIMA, and SLUM VILLAGE will be the soundtrack to this chilled out Croatian holiday. A combination of clubbing, boat parties, and art, Soundwave brings some of the best international acts to the Dalmatian coast for 5 beautiful days. When festivalgoers aren’t dancing into the early hours, they have the chance to explore the surrounding islands, and take advantage of some beach side activities.
Rock In Roma
14-16 September 2015, Rome, Italy
The Italians sure know how to party, which is why for the past 13 years they’ve held this epic three-month long concert extravaganza. Rock in Roma hosts the world’s best musicians and bands over the course of the festival with regular gigs that take place every few days at the Ippodromo delle Capannelle in the Italian capital. Muse, Linkin Park, Lenny Kravitz, Slash, Robbie Williams and The Chemical Brothers are just some of the big names who are set to perform at this year’s Rock in Roma.