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4 best festivals in Europe

The 4 best Festivals in Europe

4 best festivals in Europe

Tomorrowland (21st-30th July)

Tomorrowland is the largest electronic dance music festival in the world, attracting the trendiest DJs and hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world to the Belgian town of Boom. The festival takes place every year during the summer over two weekends. The setting for this gigantic festival is the de Schorre amusement park, a terrain filled with forests and lakes, which transforms into a magical fairyland during the festival.

4 best festivals in Europe

Sziget (10th-15th August)

“The Island of Freedom” is the nickname of the Sziget Festival, which has been taking place annually since 1993 in August on the Óbudai Island in Budapest, Hungary. The festival organizers consistently provide a platform for different music styles and also bring world-famous stars to the approximately 60 stages. Although music forms the core of Sziget, the vast festival grounds offer numerous side attractions. Breathtaking circus performances, cabaret, burlesque, contemporary dance, and a dedicated art area create a sensory feast one after another.

Bilbao BKK Live (6th– 8th July)

In addition to its cultural attractions, another compelling reason to visit the cultural metropolis of Bilbao in northern Spain is the Bilbao BBK Live Festival. Since 2006, this genre-crossing music festival has been held on the lush mountain of Kobetamendi, providing a breathtaking view of the city and the surrounding natural landscape. The diverse lineup showcases renowned artists from the music scene each year. Moreover, visitors are treated to a wide array of culinary delights from around the world, courtesy of numerous food trucks.

4 best festivals in Europe

BST Hyde Park (24th June- 8th July)

For those who want to experience real show giants live, BST Hyde Park in London is a must-visit. This two-week concert series, also known as British Summer Time Hyde Park, has been held since 2013 in one of the most iconic green spaces that the British capital has to offer. In recent years, the music festival has drawn in approximately 65,000 attendees to the scenic banks of the River Thames, featuring an impressive lineup of world-renowned stars including Adele, Rolling Stones, Robbie Williams, and many more.

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