Iceland Airwaves is as much about music discovery as it is about Reykjavík showing off its impressive cultural footprint, bringing local and international talent to the town’s many venues.
Travis Scott’s Houston event is one of the toughest tickets to come across, as it sells out before its lineup is even revealed, and this year’s legacy will continue with massive headliners and Scott’s singular creative vision.
88 Rising is celebrating the intersection between Asian culture and music with this stacked LA festival, ranging from the K-pop of CL to the hip-hop of Saweetie to the indie rock of Beabadoobee.
When: November 6-7
COVID/Safety Policies: Here
For more on this festival, check out “88Rising’s Head In The Clouds Festival Is A Diverse Celebration Of Asian Representation In Music.”
In the world of heavy music, Welcome To Rockville in Daytona shines brighter than the rest, with a killer lineup featuring Metallica, Nine Inch Nails, and Deftones, as well as camping, music lessons, and a tiki bar.
The best of psych and indie just sounds better under the California stars, and this year Japanese Breakfast, The War On Drugs, and Toro y Moi will be revitalizing the desert festival scene.
More than just another hip-hop festival, Goldenvoice’s Day N Vegas combines the best and brightest of the culture, with Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott, Tyler The Creator, SZA, and Doja Cat all set to appear.
Argentina also has its own Lollapalooza the same weekend as the Chile edition, traditionally hosting a similar lineup with its own country’s unique flare.
Lollapalooza isn’t just one of America’s premier music festivals, as it’s now expanded around the globe, including Chile where the best of international musicians join forces with local icons.