Which Music Festival Should I Go To? 

There are hundreds of music festivals around the world. They range from week-long pop festivals to crazy heavy metal festivals, to smaller folk festivals. So, how do you decide which one to attend? There are general themes that most festivals follow. Consider what you want out of a festival before signing up. Hopefully, this article will help you narrow down your options. After all, music is a universal language, so you can find a festival that suits your taste and personality. 

(Caveman Music Festival Colorado at Monument Lake Resort is the perfect place to grasp the last sun-soaked days of summer. Contact us for more details about the passes and packages.)

Bonnaroo 

If you want to go to a music festival and be surrounded by like-minded people, Bonnaroo is the place for you. This festival is known for its eclectic lineup of more than 150 artists and 10 stages of entertainment. It is a never-ending adventure, filled with humanity. However, if you want a more low-key, mellow vibe, then you should probably consider Woodstock. 

Fuji Rock Festival 

The Fuji Rock Festival is a Japanese rock music festival held every year in Naeba Ski Resort in Niigata Prefecture. Organized by Smash Japan, the festival features 200 Japanese and international rock artists. It is one of the largest outdoor music events in Japan, attracting over 100,000 visitors in 2005. Here are some facts about this popular rock music festival. – When: September 19-23, 2005 

Governor’s Ball 

The Governors Ball music festival is an annual event held at Randall’s Island in New York City. The festival is renowned for its dazzling performances and world-class food. You can’t miss it! For more information on the festival, please see the link below. You can also check the event’s website for more details. This year, the festival will be held on Saturday, September 15, from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. 

Something In The Water in Washington, DC 

A new event aims to combat systematic issues and empower historically marginalized communities. The festival also aims to increase educational, business, and employment opportunities in D.C. and celebrates diversity through music, art, and culture. Producers, Redrock Entertainment, and Live Nation are planning a second Something In The Water in Washington, DC for Juneteenth Weekend in 2022. We reached out to the city government for a comment but did not receive a response. You can file your complaint HERE. 

Maryland’s Merriweather Post Pavilion Center 

The Merriweather Post Pavilion Center for a music festival is set to feature two stages and a lineup of some of the world’s top musical acts. Headliners include Haim, St. Vincent, Charli XCX, Girl In Red, Cautious Clay, Del Water Gap, and Isaac Dunbar. The lineup includes both familiar and new names, from American classic rock to indie pop.