The Latest Festival News

The Latest Festival News

festival news

The Latest Festival News

The Mad Music Festival will be held in the Danish coastal town of Dhermi from the 6th to the 10th of September. The festival has grown to over 3,000 attendees and will be organised by the same company as Junction 2 and Glastonbury. This year’s lineup includes Whitney Houston and Taylor Swift. The event has a strong feminist focus and is set to bring together the world of music. The new festival site has just been launched and will provide the latest information on the event.

The Sydney region is gearing up to host some major Australian musicians for two weekends this summer. The new music festival called “Festival X” is also scheduled to take place in the Sydney area. The organisers are hoping the weather will be nice so people can dance the night away on a hot day. Those who are interested in attending the festival will find this information useful. It will help them decide where to spend their hard earned money.

Beyond The Valley is another big festival to be announced soon. It will feature Tyler, The Creator and the Strokes. The music festival is being held on the Brisbane showgrounds from 27 to 29 March. While the dates are still to be confirmed, the organizers are looking forward to increasing the festival’s capacity to 60,000. This year, the event is expanding its facilities, and security will be a major concern. There will be 24-hour security patrols and CCTV at the venue.

The event is set to attract over 40,000 attendees and will feature a wide array of genres. Some of the biggest acts are headlining the event. Some of the artists performing at Mallorca Live Festival are: -A$AP Rocky, Alt-J, Future and the Strokes. Some of the biggest names in the music industry are a bit more niche, but it will still be a great event to see. All of these acts are guaranteed to bring your feet to the floor.

Among the most recent headline acts, Bad Bunny, and The Pet Shop Boys were all slated to appear at the Country to Country Festival. The festival is the first of its kind in Europe and is set to take place at the Danube river island in Novi Sad. The 30,000-person festival has since moved to Budapest, but the number of attendees has increased to 50,000. The country is also hosting the EXIT in June 2020.

Deftones and Gojira have rescheduled their tour dates for the 2021 season after the canceled Tomorrowland event. After the tragic incident at the concert, the festival will now take place in April of 2022. They will not be at Tomorrowland this year. However, they will be returning in 2022. There are a lot of festivals scheduled for this year. These events are held all over the world.