A wonderful gathering of music, dance, comedy and craft booths, Lollapalooza is another multi-genre delight which also provides a platform for political and non-profit artists and groups.
Burning Man is the ultimate festival. Taking place in the Nevada desert, the festival is all about bringing freedom back into an increasingly regulated life. Started in 1986, Burning Man has grown into a cultural phenomenon, inspiring numerous imitation festivals around the globe.
For 2021 Burning Man is a virtual event only (no in-person attendance)!
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is a legendary multi-genre music festival. With its inclusive atmosphere and friendly vibe, the festival is a throwback to the free love days of the 60s.
Annually curating lineups that blend mainstream appeal with jam band sensibilities, the festival presents some of the biggest artists from a wide range of genres.
This three day event is a music genre melting pot of rock, hip-hop, electronic, jazz, punk and any other genre and sub-genre you want to celebrate.
Melding commercial and critical darlings across pop, rock, hip hop, and electronic genres on the bill every year, rest assured you will witness some of the biggest names in music plying their craft in the heart of North America’s hedonist capital.
Beyond the music, the festival showcases a wide range of visual arts, with murals and interactive installations throughout the site, as well as a deep standup comedy lineup, expert panel discussions, and gourmet food stalls and trucks.
The Governors Ball Music Festival is a huge multi-genre music festival in New York City heading into its milestone 10th anniversary edition this year.
tar-studded and ever-eclectic lineups draw from all ends of the hip-hop, rock, pop, and electronic spectrums, ensuring that Governors Ball remains one of the country’s most respected, talked about, hyped, and sought-after music festivals.
Austin City Limits Music Festival is a massive multi-genre festival in Texas’ capital city. Begun in 2002, the festival is a six day, two weekend affair.
The festival is a celebration of Louisiana’s music and culture, spread out across fourteen tents and stages.
Every year Jazz Fest hosts some of the most influential artists of the last half century to step out onto the legendary main stage.
AFROPUNK is an influential community of young, gifted people of all backgrounds who speak through music, art, film, comedy, fashion and more. Originating with the 2003 documentary that highlighted a Black presence in the American punk scene, it is a platform for the alternative and experimental. Remaining at the core of its mission are the punk principles of DIY aesthetics, radical thought and social nonconformity. AFROPUNK is a voice for the unwritten, unwelcome and unheard-of, redefining the urban experience.
Desert Daze is an annual music festival. It has been called the “hidden gem of music festivals” and a “surrealist’s playground” due to its unique location and aesthetic. The lineup focuses on artists from the folk, indie, jazz and rock genres. It pulls noteworthy performers such as Tame Impala, The Flaming Lips, My Bloody Valentine, Warpaint and Iggy Pop. Attendees are able to camp next to the beautiful lake and relax in the desert hippie vibes. In addition to the music there are film screenings, literary readings and different workshops and market areas to explore.