Posted on 09/05/2022 (Modified on 16/05/2022)

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The best music festivals to attend this summer in Europe

Music has the power to bring people together, and summer is certainly the best time to go to music festivals and have a good time. Every year, Europe boasts a diverse assortment of them, making locals and visitors to the continent eagerly anticipate summer. It's a one-of-a-kind, high-end event with a particular sense of fervor. Additional opportunities for every guest to get crazy in great feelings can be found at several music festivals across Europe. This is also a great chance to test out the thrilling experience of camping under the sky. As a result, the following is a thorough list of the top summer music festivals in Europe that no one should miss:

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Tomorrowland - Boom, Belgium

Every year, Tomorrowland, one of the world's largest electronic music events, takes place in Belgium. Since its inception in 2005, the festival has evolved into one of the most well-known international music festivals. The festival is held in the Belgian town of Boom, about 16 km south of Antwerp, usually lasting over three days. Furthermore, the event has a variety of well-known musicians who perform a variety of musical styles. Ticket pricing also varies depending on the guests' preferences.

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Earth Garden - National Park, Malta

Earth Garden has been the largest Alternative Festival in Malta since 2007, and it takes place at the National Park yearly. The festival attracts over 25,000 authentic music enthusiasts around the world and usually lasts for four days. Over 120 musicians from around the world play a wide mix of Funk, World Music, Reggae, Dub, Hip-hop, Alternative Rock, Techno, and other genres in five music zones. Apart from the shows, there are also naturally covered campsites, an ethnic market, a children's area, and many more attractions.

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Roskilde Festival - Roskilde, Denmark

Roskilde Festival is a week-long music festival and cultural event focused on contemporary music as well as the artistic connection that takes place every late June to early July. The festival reflects relevant matters as it challenges its audiences and the world with its approach to environmental issues, cultural work, and humanitarian causes. It is held in the southern region of Roskilde and is also regarded as one of the most-populated festivals in Europe. Additionally, all proceeds from the festival go to cultural and humanitarian projects.

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Glastonbury Festival - Glastonbury, UK

Glastonbury Festival is the world's largest Greenfield performing arts and music festival, which served as a model for all subsequent festivals. It is a five-day festival held in the English town of Pilton, with performances including comedy, dance, drama, cabaret, circus, and lots of modern music. The festival takes place every year in the last week of June. In addition, Billie Eilish has confirmed that she will perform at the Glastonbury Festival in 2022.

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NOS Primavera Sound - Porto, Portugal

NOS Primavera Sound is the Portuguese version of the Primavera Sound Festival, which has been hosted in Barcelona for sixteen consecutive years. In Porto, at the Parque da Cidade, it is now in its sixth year of celebration. The festival's lineup features a wide range of international musicians as well as a strong representation of Portugal's music world. Furthermore, the festival attracts over 80,000 visitors from different countries, making it one of Europe's must-see events.

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