The festival season is fast approaching, we have picked some of the craziest festivals around the world to suit every music lover
Burning Man (Nevada) - Burning Man is an eccentric festival in the middle of the Nevada desert. Burning Man goes against normal societal rules where clothing is optional, currency is non existent and good vibes are essential. A ticket for Burning Man can range anywhere from $400 to $1500 US
Coachella (Palm Springs) - Coachella is undoubtedly one of the most famous festivals in the world. A festival for the rich and famous as some would say considering stars are known for making appearances. Coachella is known for its art exhibitions, great music and good vibes. A ticket is going to set you back roughly $300 - $3000 US depending on the ticket and camping type.
Lollapalooza (Chicago) - Lollapalooza sets itself at Chicago, housing acts such as Lana Del Rey, Flosstradamus, Radiohead, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Disclosure, just to name a few. Regardless of what music type you're into, theres a whole heap of artist that will make you get your boogie on. Tickets range from $120- $335 US
Glastonbury (Somerset) - Glastonbury is one of the biggest festivals in the world with 200,000 attendees each year. Set in the UK hinterland, this festival houses acts such as Muse, Adele, Coldplay and Ellie Goulding. Lounging around in fields, dancing to deep house or exploring bars, Glastonbury has it all. Tickets range from 230 pounds.
Tomorrowland (Belgium) - Electronic and EDM lovers rejoice, Tomorrowland is undoubtedly one of the most famous EDM festivals known. If theres a electronic DJ you're itching to see, bets are they're going to be spinning decks here. If you don't want to go for the music, go for the intricate and amazing stages alone! Tickets range from 98 - 500 euros.
Weather Festival (Paris) - Fancy a rave? This underground techno festival houses both popular headliners and underground collectives. Because it isn't cool enough that you're partying in Paris already right?
Fuji Rock (Japan) - Do you fancy a cable car ride up a mountain to experience a stage? then Fuji Rock is for you. This super cool festival is held in the mountains of Niigata Prefecture, with a range of super popular artist such as Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Flight Facilities and Baauer.
Ultra (Korea) - Ultra Music is a well known electronic music festival franchise. The festival that takes place in Korea is particularly special. Who doesn't want to party with Carl Cox in Korea? We know we do. Tickets will set you back $300 US.
Splendour in the Grass (Byron Bay) - Fancy dancing in a field with a heap of hippies? Then Splendour In The Grass is your festival. Held in the grassy rural land of Byron Bay in New South Wales, this festival is beautiful, fun and arty. You can see a heap of popular artist as well as eating delicious unique food from food trucks, visit art exhibitions and watch excellently dressed hipsters walk around. A ticket will set you back a hefty $150 - $600 AUD.
Field day (Sydney) - Held on the first day of the year, Field Day is a super fun festival which celebrates the new year in the most perfect way. Held in the heart of Sydney this festival gathers people from all around Australia who want to party just as hard as each other. Tickets are relatively cheap, ranging from $150 AUD, but be quick because Field Day sells out almost every year.
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