5 Towns and Cities and the Festivals that are Worth a Trip
Black Rock City (Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA)
The Festival: Burning Man
Why go: Burning Man is one of the most famous annual festivals in the world. For one week every year, a temporary city comes alive in the Black Rock Desert gathering thousands of people from across the globe. Watch out for the awe-inspiring and jaw-dropping art installations, performances, and more.
Indio (California, USA)
The Festival: Coachella
Why go: Coachella is one of the world’s most famous music and arts festival. Apart from the music and the impressive lineup of performers and artists, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival also features a wide array of attractions like the crowd itself, the artworks, and more.
Naeba Ski Resort, Yuzawa (Niigata, Japan)
The Festival: Fuji Rock Festival
Why go: For three days, the Naeba Ski Resort in the famous resort town of Yuzawa becomes a vibrant hub of music and activity as Japan’s largest outdoor music festival takes place. Fuji Rock Festival showcases hundreds of Japanese and international musicians and draws thousands of people from around the world.
The Festival: Mawazine
Why go: If you need any more reason to visit Morocco, the Mawazine would make a great addition to your list. The festival, which means World Rhythms, is one of the biggest in the world and features local and international music artists.
The Festival: Secret Solstice Festival
Why go: The city’s attractions, Iceland’s breathtaking scenery, the midnight sun, and the sights and sounds at the festival scene are just some of the best reasons to make that trip to Reykjavic and witness this event.
Boom (Antwerp, Belgium)
The Festival: Tomorrowland
Why go: Boom is home to one of the world’s iconic and largest electronic music festival. Apart from the music and the fanfare, Tomorrowland offers a wide array of attractions. But the main stage is easily one of things you would not want to miss.