If you are a fan of music and you love visiting music festivals, then we have a couple of suggestions for you. Europe is home to many established music festivals, and you will have a great time attending them. It can offer you a variety of genres, regardless of the music you like to listen to. Here is our selection for 2018.
OFF Festival, Poland
Located near the town of Katowice in south-west Poland, OFF has managed to build a significant reputation in the last ten years. Thanks to a challenging and intriguing mix of art, this festival attracts audience from all over the world, and you can hear many famous artists performing here. The OFF festival takes place from 4 to 6 August, and the fee is around $60. Also, this is an excellent opportunity to get familiar with Polish culture.
Into the Valley: Estonia, Sweden, South Africa
Into the Valley festival was founded in 2015 as a discreet electronic music event and is held in a fantastic limestone quarry in Sweden. Now the popularity of this festival has grown, and it expands to three different location. The series starts at the end of the June in Rummu, Estonia, with a setting that resembles the prison on the peaceful blue lake. It continues the following weekend in an abandoned factory in Stora Vika, Sweden. The last event takes place in South Africa, at the Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town. This is a remarkable festival to attend because it has three different locations and variety of music and performers.
This notorious sleepless stage is famous around the world. Here you can hear a music marathon that runs from Saturday morning to midday on Monday. If you are an all-hours party lover, then Melt is the perfect place for you. The festival takes place in Ferropolis, Gräfenhainichen, a site that features massive pieces of industrial machinery, like old mining cranes, which are the highlights of this show. Nearly 30,000 people visit this festival every year. Music that dominates the event is techno and electronic.