2016 Music Festivals Worth Traveling For

2016 Music Festivals Worth Traveling For

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Because these musical events have become so over-the-top that they're absolutely worth planning a trip around. 

Tomorrowland in Boom, Belgium

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July 22-24, 2016

Probably the best-known electronic music festival in Europe—if not the world—Tomorrowland has somehow avoided the curse that festivals like Ultra and Electric Zoo suffered from, probably due to its remote location and irresistibly kitsch designs. Attendees stay in the campground, called Dreamville, where they can expect over-the-top stage sets (think: a musical circus on steroids). This year’s lineup is yet to be announced, but for those who love dancing, crowd surfing, fireworks, and confetti, you can be assured of a good—maybe too good—time. 

2016 Music Festivals Worth Traveling For

Tomorrowland in Boom, Belgium

July 22-24, 2016

Probably the best-known electronic music festival in Europe—if not the world—Tomorrowland has somehow avoided the curse that festivals like Ultra and Electric Zoo suffered from, probably due to its remote location and irresistibly kitsch designs. Attendees stay in the campground, called Dreamville, where they can expect over-the-top stage sets (think: a musical circus on steroids). This year’s lineup is yet to be announced, but for those who love dancing, crowd surfing, fireworks, and confetti, you can be assured of a good—maybe too good—time. 

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