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Epic US Music Festivals You Won't Want To Miss
Music lovers flock to Chicago's Grant Park every August for Lollapalooza. The 2023 headliners include Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar, and Lana Del Rey.
Lollapalooza (Chicago, IL)
It's the perfect fest if your friends enjoy different genres. In 2023, Lollapalooza will host over 170 artists from around the world on nine stages from August 3 to August 6.
Since 2011, Governors Ball has brought hundreds of thousands of people to see world-renowned performers of various genres, like rap, indie, and dance.
Governors Ball (Queens, NY)
Gov Ball also provides some of the most mouth-watering festival foods, with some of NYC's iconic restaurants and treats as vendors.
Coachella is one of the most notorious festivals in the country. It’s a one-of-a-kind, luxurious music festival experience held at Empire Polo Club every April.
Coachella (Indio, CA)
The 24-year-old festival attracts some of the most successful names in music, influencers, and celebrities whose presence and outfit choices are just as revered as the musicians.
In addition to the 2023 headliner performances, attendees enjoyed an activities tent with video games, a huge outdoor food court, art studios, and morning yoga classes.
If you're looking for a place to dance to electronic dance music for days on end, you might be on the hunt for Ultra Music Festival in March.
Ultra Music Festival (Miami, FL)
With iterations around the globe, the most well-known version of Ultra is in its origin city, Miami. It’s known for its huge, stunning stages and stellar visuals during the shows.
The festival also features a wild variety of art installations and even a cool sustainability program, so there is much more to do at Ultra than dance.
Bonnaroo Festival is held in mid-June. Originally for jam bands, it has blossomed to include some of the biggest names in music across multiple genres.
Bonnaroo (Manchester, TN)
In 2023, headliners included the Foo Fighters, Paramore, Odesza, Zeds Dead, Griz, and Portugal, The Man. There were also various activities, like parades and a Ferris wheel.
Tickets include camping options that range from $50 for a nightly primitive camping pass to $3,000 to rent a luxury glamping wooden frame safari tent.