One of the biggest festivals in the U.S. now takes over Austin for two weekends, highlighting the region’s roots with artists like George Strait, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, and Tyler The Creator.
This Black-owned D.C. festival is by and for people of color, celebrating the best in Black youth culture with Lil Baby, Snoh Aalegra, and Moneybagg Yo.
The rise of the Vegas weekender might meet its ultimate match with the three icons of Migos hosting pool parties, club takeovers, and plenty of other appearances in the city of sin.
Held at the iconic Merriweather Post Pavilion, this single-day event combines forest vibes with two packed stages of music, featuring Haim, St. Vincent, Charli XCX, and more.
Already established in the Bay Area, this second iteration of H.E.R.’s own festival sets up shop in Brooklyn to highlight the best in R&B, with the likes of Maxwell, Bryson Tiller, 6lack, and Ari Lennox.
While details are still emerging about this year’s A3C, we can be sure that this festival and conference will do its best to represent contemporary hip-hop culture.
Moving from its usual March to the fall, Buku pushes art and culture at the forefront with Megan Thee Stallion, MGK, and Playboy Carti all visiting New Orleans.
There aren’t many rock festivals like Shaky Knees anymore, but the Atlanta mainstay maintains its roots in guitars and noise, with standouts from this year including The Strokes, Run The Jewels, and Modest Mouse.
III Points brings Miami’s hip Wynwood neighborhood to life with an event bolstered by experimental and electronic artists, with an emphasis on street art, installations, and even a few crowd-pleasing headliners like The Strokes and Wu-Tang Clan.
There might not be a bigger electronic event on the planet than EDC Las Vegas, where the desert turns into a glowstick-lit wonderland of dance music and late-night parties.
Get back to the roots of camping festival culture with this jam and dance Halloween extravaganza, where Skrillex, My Morning Jacket, and Leon Bridges can all live comfortably next to each other.
America’s most renowned hip-hop festival drops by Queens for sets from 50 Cent, Travis Scott, and J. Cole, one of three massive U.S. festivals Rolling Loud has on deck for 2021.
Levitation has been slowly getting back on its feet since a weather cancelation in 2016, and this Austin psych spectacular is resembling its peak self with Thundercat, Japanese Breakfast, and Chicano Batman.
San Francisco’s crown jewel of festivals moves from summer to Halloween to bring locals and tourists the best of local wine, beer, and cuisine, backed by global superstars like Lizzo and Tame Impala.
Post Malone is one of the select few music superstars to also have their own festival, and this year Posty is sure to bring many of his famous hip-hop friends along for the Dallas event.