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Music Festival Season will be here in the blink of an eye, don’t miss your chance to get in on the fun! Whether you gravitate towards country, pop, hip-hop, EDM there is a guaranteed summer festival made for you. Here’s a breakdown of some of the greatest upcoming festivals in 2020.
1) Coachella: Coachella has become one of the most notorious music festivals, not only
are they famous for their trendy instagram photo ops, but coachella is known for hosting the most talented, in demand artists.
Where: Indio, California
When: April 10-12 & April 17-19
2) New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival: Not only is New Orleans home to some of
the greatest food, but they offer a range of musical talent which brings the city to life. Headliners include The Who, Stevie Nicks, Lizzo and Lionel Richie.
Where: New Orleans, Louisiana
When: April 23- May 3
3) StageCoach: StageCoach is the perfect festival for the ultimate Country fan (or the
bachelor!). They host some of the most well- known country artists including Thomas Rett, Carrie Underwood and Eric Church.
Where: Indio, California
When: April 24- April 26
4) Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas: EDC never disappoints an EDM fan, with nine
stages, 3-D glow in the dark structures and circus performers you’ll be sure to have a blast. At their 10th anniversary they will have headliners such as 4B, Alesso, A$AP Rocky, and Adam Beyer Presents Drumcode.
Where: Las Vegas, Nevada
When: May 15- May 17
5) Governors Ball: NYC offers a perfect festival for all music lovers with a lineup of
popular and throwback artists. The headliners include Tame Impala, Missy Elliott, Flume and Vampire Weekend.
Where: Randall’s Island Park, New York
When: June 5- June 7
6) Bonnaroo: Bonnaroo offers a unique experience, with ten different themed camping
experiences and amazing artists. Headliners include Tool, Miley Cyrus, Lizzo, and Flume.
Where: Great Stage Park, Tennessee
When: June 11- June 14


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