We’ve put together a list of some of the best music, dance and art festivals worth visiting. If you love traveling and new experiences read our list and send us the names of your favourite festivals.
Burning Man - Black Rock City – USA - Aug 28 - Sept 5 22
Burning man isn’t a music festival it’s an event focused on community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. The name of the event comes from its culminating ceremony: the symbolic burning of a large wooden effigy, referred to as the ‘Man’
Sound Storm – Riyadh – Saudi Arabia – 1-3 Dec 22
Last year’s festival had 8 stages, 200 regional and international artists. The loudest festival in the region attracts an adventurous crowd from around the world. The website says: “Beyond pure entertainment, Soundstorm was a cultural catalyst for Saudi youth. We pushed boundaries, ripped band- aids off, opened doors, and shaped new culture by shedding layers, and experimenting with new forms of creative expression.”
Rocking the Daisies – Darling- South Africa - 7-9 October 22
Starting out in the world-famous winelands of the Western Cape in South Africa, almost two decades ago this three-day, South African music festival has expanded to include Johannesburg.
Fuji Rock – Neba Ski Resort – Japan - Jul 29 – Aug 31
Japan’s most famous music festival Fuji Rock, is an annual rock festival held in Naeba Ski Resort, in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The three-day event, has featured both international musicians and Japanese performers.
Terra Solis – Dubai – Oct 22
Brought to life by the founders of the Tomorrowland Dance Festival. Terra Solis isn’t really a festival it’s a Camp in the desert, a short distance from the centre of Dubai. It promises to be an oasis for lovers of dance music - opening in October 22
Festival inspiration Wear
Maxine Wattam & Jewellery by BOCANEGRA
Bag by Cvlcha or Mini bag by Sinbono