Our weekly rundown on what’s happening the wide world of music festivals.
Bowing to pressure, Belgium’s largest music festival announced twenty more names.
Today, we’re checking out the newly announced Primavera Sound (May 22-25, 2013) which is stacked with tons of fun artists.
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There’s been new additions to the Open’er Festival in Gdynia, Poland.
Since 2009, Festival Awards Europe has been recognizing the best fests on the continent. Here are this years winners decided by a public online vote.
Tomorrowland, Belgium’s premier electronic festival, is so popular that fans have to register in advance just for the shot to purchase a ticket.
It’s a far cry from the 100 promised acts, but Austria’s FM4 Frequency Festival has kicked off the new year with a chunk of artists for the upcoming fest (August 15-17, 2013).
The Killers and Queens of the Stone Age continue to fill in the gaps in their 2013 summer festival schedule.
Berlin Festival is back and dropping headliner bombs to celebrate.
Another day, another announcement for a Croatian music festival. This one is for Soundwave, which is held from July 18-22, 2013.
Lineups are filtering in slowly for some of the bigger metal/rock festivals in Europe. Here’s some of the latest additions: