The World’s Biggest Music Festivals Happening in July 2019
We’re right in the middle of Summer for the Northern hemisphere. That means your vacation can take the form of outdoor events, namely music festivals.
You’re only young once, so party hard while you still can. At nothing less than the most celebrated festivals around the world.
19 – 21, 26 – 28 July 2019
With an illustrious 15-year history, Tomorrowland is an award-winning annual electronic dance music festival. It has grown to become one of the world’s largest music festivals, drawing party-goers from all around the world. Plan your trip soon, as tickets are infamously quick to sell out.
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Les Vieilles Charrues
18 – 21 July 2019
Now in its fifth annual instalment, Les Vieilles Charrues is one of France’s biggest music festivals. The whopping four-day event boasts both fresh tunes and rock legends, creating a musical melting pot. Featuring Black Eyed Peas, The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Tears for Fears, and David Guetta.
BBF: Barcelona Beach Festival
13 July 2019
Platja del Fòrum, Barcelona, Spain
If you’re game for an epic party at a beach, Barcelona will be your destination this month. BBF claims to be the first festival on a beach, right in one of Europe’s cultural epicenters. Line-up includes Alesso, Armin Van Buren, David Guetta, and Steve Aoki.
17 – 22 July 2019
Bánffy Castle, Bontida, Romania
A beach too conventional for you? How about an actual castle? Visit Romania for a rocking music festival taking place inside a castle in Transylvania. This year’s acts include Florence + The Machine, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Limp Bizkit, and Metric.
Pitchfork Music Festival
19 – 21 July 2019
Union Park, Chicago
Europe isn’t your only choice of destination. Try America’s Pitchfork Music Festival, now in its 14th year running. You’ll find an army of musicians, all kinds of activities, and retail fairs for an unforgettable culture trip.
Good Vibes Festival
20 – 21 July 2019
The Ranch, Gohtong Jaya, Malaysia
You also have the choice of partying within our shores. Good Vibes Festival brings you indie, pop, hip-hop and electronic music from names such as Rae Sremmurd, Mura Masa, Russ, and Cigarettes After Sex. Have a good time at the embedded playground, market, and of course, Malaysian food.
The best way to get to Gohtong Jaya is by car. If you’re flying in from abroad, arrive at KLIA or KLIA 2, take the train to KL Sentral, then rent a car.