The best selection of annual festivals for music lovers. Europe, Asia, North America – you chose where to go in 2020 and enjoy the time of your life!
Here is a list of music festivals 2020 – from the world’s most famous to the less well-known cultural events that are worth to visit!
1 - Coachella Music & Arts Festival – California, USA
Dates: Apr. 10 – Apr. 19, 2020
Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival has become an iconic cultural event for the country. There are all sorts of musical styles like Hip Hop, alternative rock and electronic music. You will be surprised by the large scale art installations, amazing food, and celebrities wearing their best desert outfits. If you are thinking of a roadtrip to California, here are some useful tips for you to keep in mind while traveling in the USA.
2 - Primavera Sound – Barcelona, Spain
Dates: June 3 – June 7, 2020
Enjoy the great music, live acts, and performance in this wonderful city! Make to the beach for a music festival, or explore lots of chill areas to spend time with friends. Experience this wonderful vibe of a summertime music festival in Barcelona as many nationalities visit the city specifically for the event.
3 - Meadows In The Mountains – Bulgaria
Dates: June 4 – June 7, 2020
Meadows in the Mountains is one of the world’s most unique music festivals, taking place 850m above sea level in Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains. It is a very atmospheric and unforgettable experience you may ever get from a music festival. Enjoy the alternative music and the sunrise over a mountain.
4 - Glastonbury – Planton, England
Dates: June 24 – June 28, 2020
Glastonbury Festival is one of the world’s most famous music and performing arts festivals. Other than that, this year it’s going to be the 50th Anniversary Glastonbury Festival! Worth your 2020 bucket list!
5 - Fuji Rock Festival – Niigata, Japan
Dates: Aug. 21 – Aug. 23, 2020
Fuji Rock is the biggest rock festival in Japan. It takes place every year and lasts for three days at Naeba Ski Resort with more than 200 Japanese and international musicians. Conveniently for visitors and citizens, it’s just a 90-minute train ride from Tokyo. Here you can enjoy not only great music, but also relax in hot springs and go for long walks in nature with the beautiful Japanese scenery.
If you are a music lover and have a music festival on your 2020 bucket list, start planning your trip! Don’t forget to check if you need an entry visa for the country of your destination. Should you need any assistance, feel free to contact us and our visa specialists will be happy to guide you through the process.