Electrifying music, hot rhythms, party animals, top fashion icons, international superstars and...aliens. From the organizers of Pitbull, Black Eyed Peas, Tiesto, Kylie Minoque, Elton John, Kanye West, James Blunt, James Brown and Deep Dish comes the event you cannot miss. On November 16 and November 22 A2LiVE launched the biggest gathering of world’s top DJs in Shanghai.
Festival No. 6 was inaugurated a year ago, and remains rather unique. The festival takes place in the village of Portmeirion in Wales, modelled after an Italian coastal town. The festival takes place through the entirety of the town, and festival organiser's recommend that festival goers stay inside its confines for the duration of the festival.
Located on the coastline between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Moterrey is host to one of the biggest and oldest annual jazz festivals in the world. Started in 1958, making it one of the oldest jazz festivals in the world. Since its inception it attracted some of the biggest names in the world of jazz, including Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, and Billie Holiday. The festival includes 8 stages, is out in the open at the 20-acre Monterey Fairgrounds. Festival goers, in adition to the concerts, can attend a variety of exhibitions, workshops and discussions.
Brisfest is a two day festival set in Bristol, in Ashton Court Estate. The festival was started in 2007 following the demise of Bristol's other not-for-profit musical event, the Ashton Court Festival. The festival started out pretty small, 8,000 people a day, but by 2012 25,000 people were attending every day.
The ultimate combination of sun, sea, and drum and bass. The festival takes place in the sea-side town of San Teodoro, in the island of Sardegna. Even by Italian standards the Sardinian water and beaches are incredible, and many of Italy's VIP vacation there (Silvio Berlusconi has a villa there). The event, strictly speaking, isn't a festival, there is no camping or stages, rather there are various musical events that take place throughout the town, in stylish open air clubs, usually next to or near the beach.
Hopscotch Music Festival is an annual 3-day music festival held in Raleigh, North Carolina every September. Founded in 2010 by Independent Weekly, a local alternative newspaper, Hopscotch music festival is now owned by Carolina Independent Publications and hosts local, international and continental acts with an emphasis on variety.
2013's line-up features performances from Kurt Vile & The Violators, Big Boi and The Breeders.
Forró is a type of traditional Brazilian dance, accompanied by live music. Forró dancers dance in pairs, and there are a variety of different styles originating from different parts of Brazil. The Forró Fest celebrates this traditional dance by bringing some of that warm South American Energy to the street of London.
This gathering is about community, making connections, exploring the new and enjoying the comforts of a festival with hot showers and loads of lovely people and food!
This the day art and music festival is set against the stunning backdrop of Seattle's iconic Space Needle. A long running festival, it was first called the Mayor's Art Fair, and only changed its name to Bumbershoot in 1973. The festival features a distinct blend of different style's, Seattle natives like Death Cab for Cutie mix with Hip-Hop acts to produce a varied but consistently excellent mix. Bumbershoot also displays the works of over 100 artists to make this festival into an enormous temporary gallery.