Europe is known for offering visitors with great memories during a European holiday. There is simply one captivating view around each country within this continent that every tourist will remember. Aside from the different sights to behold, Europe also prides itself of the various music festivals perfect for tourists and locals alike. Wonder which of these festivals are worth attending? Here is a list to help you with. Get to the different venues via Europe coach hire and you can be sure to travel in style!
Avid fans of music festivals must have researched on one of Belgium’s most famous music festivals, the Pukkelpop. Since 1985, this festival has already offered festival-goers with a variety of music, from alternative to pop genres. Get a taste of the world-renowned Belgian beer as you enjoy the entire event. Among performers who graced the Pukkelpop stage are Imagine Dragons, Arcade Fire, and Grizzly Bear.
Croatia’s Ultra Europe
When Alesso, David Guetta, Marshmello, and Afrojack came into one place for the Ultra Europe music festival, everyone in the house were raging for more. This has been making raves to music fanatics worldwide who want to dance to their heart’s content while grooving to the sounds played by famous DJ’s. For the 2019 schedule, this will be held from the 12th to 14th of July in Split, Croatia.
Experience how it is to sing and dance like no other through the Roskilde music festival. This spectacular show is truly one of a kind because it fuses in elements that are made perfect for a wild adventure that will cater to the taste of partygoers out there. Acts for 2018 included Gorillaz, Eminem and Bruno Marz. Find out who will be there in Roskilde from June 29 to July 6, 2019.
Hungary’s Sziget Festival
If there is one event that proves to attract a crowd of music lovers, year after year, without necessarily marketing the show, then that will be no less than the Sziget Festival. It has built the kind of reputation that can easily bring in people to appreciate music. With its more than a decade of existence, it has proven that music lovers are easy to please as long as performers are chosen according to what will delight them. For 2018, Kendrick Lamar, Gorillaz, Mumford & Sons, and Arctic Monkeys were present to render heart-thumping performances to attendees of the show.
Netherlands’ Defqon.1 Weekend Festival
If you are looking for a perfect festival where you can dance the night away with hard music, the Defqon.1 Weekend Festival will surely delight you. For 2018, the festival has been headlined by Radical Redemption, Wildstylez, and Headhunterz. Sydney, Australia has also a sister edition to this festival which added points to its popularity. Want to know where in Netherlands it will be staged for 2019? It will be in Biddinghuizen from the 21st to 24th of June.
Serbia’s EXIT Festival
A music festival that perfectly combines heavy metal, pop and indie into a danceable tune, EXIT Festival will truly be one to look forward to during your visit to Serbia. It has a sister festival called the Sea Dance which is held every year in Budva, Montenegro. For 2019, schedules are from July 4 to 8 in Serbia’s Novi Sad. Who knows, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Migos, and Grace Jones will be there again to be part of the festival for 2019?
Spain’s Primavera Sound
Putting the likes of Bjork, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, and Arctic Monkeys on the headline will truly keep you raving for this music festival like no other. More on alternative rock, you will find this event so creative on top of the headliners we have mentioned. The next Primavera Sound music festival will take place in Barcelona from the 30th of May to the 2nd of June, 2019.
UK’s Isle of Wight
For 2018, the Isle of Wight included performances from The Killers, Depeche Mode, and Liam Gallagher among others. In the past, the music festival have already showcased the talents of world-renowned performers like The Stone Roses, Bruce Springsteen, and Fleetwood Mac. Over its 50 years of history, you can be sure there is something to look forward to every year for this festivity. For 2019, the Isle of Wight will take place from the 13th to 16th of June.