A small independent grassroots festival celebrating alternative music such as Punk, Ska, Dub, Reggae and more.
ULTRA WORLDWIDE, the international arm of the World’s Premier Electronic [...]
The electronic music giant Ultra Music Festival comes to Australia with the biggest electronic dance artists in the world in tow.
"A set of film, interactive, and music festivals and conferences that take place every spring in Austin, Texas, USA."
An annual outdoor electronic music festival that takes place during March in the city of Miami, Florida
Offering a 360 degree snow-festival experience at an unbeatable price, [...]
The gold standard for techno parties worldwide takes place in Germany.
"Taking place in the Austrian ski resort Mayrhofen, this winter festival brings a huge lineup year after year to party on the mountains."
Annie Mac's AMP Festival takes place in beautiful Malta surrounds over a weekend with a massive musical lineup.
The largest metropolitan music and arts festival in the UK
"A metropolitan music festival held annually across a variety of venues in Leeds, UK."
"Focused on new music, this festival takes place at various venues across Newcastle"
"A science, music and literature festival which takes place in Chelthenham, UK."
"A new music festival that showcases emerging artists from all over the world, taking place in Brighton UK."
A brand new ten day event taking place from 25th May to 3 June 2018 in East London’s beautiful Victoria Park
This is Tomorrow forms part of Urban Green Newcastle’s year-long [...]
EXIT Festival have a new sister festival which takes place at the Croatian seaside
This no camping festival features some of the biggest names [...]
A multi-day event hosting some of the hottest bands in the world in three different locations.
This festival aims to combine the best of Bristol's thriving underground with pioneering artists from across the globe, showcasing a huge variety of different genres and musical styles in one amazing space
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