The Must Have Festival Guide
Festival Season is now upon us – wherever you are in the world, there is always a festival around the corner from you. Whether you want to be sipping a drink on the beach listening to your favourite artists, or camping on a field in chilly England, the experience will always remain unforgettable. With a rise in popularity and an increase in top artists, music festivals around the world are becoming bigger and better. Take a look at our list below of University Magazine’s ‘Go To Festivals This Summer!”
Earlier this year during a show in London at Drake’s tour, he teased news surrounding his annual OVO tour. Held every year in Toronto in August, Drake has created his own mini festival which includes the biggest hip hop and rap names in the industry. This year, the OVO festival takes place on the 8th of August and includes the likes of PartyNextDoor, Roy Woods, DVSN, and the main man himself – Drake. Drake has also been dropping hints that the festival could make an apperance in London, so whether you’re in Toronto or London, be prepared for this.
As one of the biggest festivals held in England, Glastonbury is your typical muddy field festival which is perfect for the cliche festival goer. The festival is unique as it is not just centrally focused on music, but also the contempoary arts as a whole. Music, comedy, theatre, circus and art, there is something here for everybody.
Tomorrowland is one of the biggest electric and dance music festival’s in the world. Held in Belgium, it is a top place for tourists to travel to and dance the weekend away with. With the best DJ’s all over the world coming together to perform over the weekend, it creates the most ecentric atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.
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Holding the name as one of the biggest festivals in the world, Coachella is a dream for everyone. With a celebrity audience and some of the biggest names in the music industry joining the lineup, if Kylie Jenner wants to go, surely we do too? Head to California if you’re after the typical indie festival vibe full of fashion, music and fun!