Music festivals are very unique events. They give people ways to connect over a common interest, explore current and new artists they enjoy, and spend time just getting away from the busy stress that is modern life. There are all kinds of music events all around the world each year, but some are far more looked forward to and big events than others. Let’s talk about some of the world’s best music festivals in 2023 that you don’t want to miss.
In late August, the iconic festival for music and love known as Burning Man kicks off for 2023. This is hosted in the United States every year and starts with a burning of a giant wooden figure hence the festival name. This festival celebrates creativity and even has ten principles to follow that all surround the concept of loving yourself and others or being respectful.
Denmark hosts the Roskilde Festival which has been ongoing for over 50 years, is a place that often sees thousands of attendants and dozens of big names in music especially rock bands. This year it will be going on from June 24th until July 1st, and it’s the longest-running festival in Europe!
Coachella has already occurred for 2023, but it is a notable mention as it’s arguably one of the United State’s biggest music festivals each year with all different performers and genres of music as well as a unique variety of outfits and events surrounding the event. Coachella has had a lot of controversy over the years but continues to run each year with tons of music.
March 18-25 is 2023’s Tomorrowland music festival in Boom, Belgium. Each year more and more people from all around the world are attending this huge event, so much so that tickets even sell out within days. Light, laser, and other unique stage shows are the most notable of this festival which is part of its major popularity.
A unique and historical music festival held in England is Glastonbury, which has been around since the 1970s and is one of the most crowded outdoor festivals in the entire world. The music of this is particularly unique because of the multiple stage setups allowing for different bands and artists to play at any given time, giving attendees choices between many genres and music styles.
Even if you can’t attend any of these festivals, keeping up with the world of music can be really unique compared to other concepts and portions of life. Music connects people, offers an outlet for expression, and has so many ways to impact our lives and our moods. If you like music, we guarantee you that at least one of these major world music festivals would be something you enjoy attending and may want to add to your bucket list for the future.