7 European Music festivals Worth Going to

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Is a festival the icing on your summer? Are you tired of going to the same local music festival year in year out? Here are 7 music festivals in Europe that you won’t regret making the trip for.

Meadows in the Mountains, Bulgaria

Ever been to a music festival 850 meters high? You won’t get the big-name headliners here but you can watch the sunrise from the mountains while listening to DJ sets and taking in the festival’s unique atmosphere.

Secret Solstace, Iceland

Several great band’s and DJs play at this Icelandic festival which will exceed your expectations. It’s in a beautiful location too.

Dimensions, Croatia

Dimensions take place in an abandoned fort and provide top line-ups including the likes of Bonobo and Kraftwerk.

Primavera Sound, Spain

This Barcelona festival’s lineup gets better and better each year.  Arctic Monkeys headlined with Björk, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds in 2018.

Tomorrowland, Belgium

Want to head to the biggest electronic music show on Earth? Tomorrowland is definitely the one you cannot miss.

Defqon.1, Netherlands

Defqon.1 leads the way for hard dance music. It has a killer reputation and a sister edition now exists in Sydney, Australia.

Glastonbury, UK

It’s the UK’s version of Coachella. Everybody wants tickets and everybody worth seeing is there. Tickets are pricey but it’s always worth it.

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