Are you a lover of live music, sunshine and good energy? Then you’ll want to start saving for one of these European festivals! From DJs, beaches, good food and pools, you won’t want to leave. Here are the top five European festivals for students to attend.
Firstly you need to go to Tomorrowland. Tomorrowland is a Belgian electronic dance music festival held in Boom, Flanders. It’s been going since 2005 and, with every year, it seems to get better. All you have to do to see this is check out their Instagram or YouTube videos. With electronic dance DJs and crazy light shows that will blow you away, you’ll be two-stepping through the whole festival! It usually takes place in July, so keep this free in your calendar!
Next up is Sziget which is one of of the largest music and cultural festivals in Europe. It is held every August in Budapest, Hungary, on its own little island. Referred to as the ‘Island of Freedom’, you’ll want to experience Sziget at least once. The music ranges from hip hop, indie and reggae to pop, electronic dance and alternative rock. It’s got it all. If you’re looking for a freedom festival to book after graduation, Sziget might be the one for you!
You’ve probably heard of Glastonbury and how iconic it is! Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival that takes place in Pilton, Somerset, England. It has performances including contemporary music, dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and plenty of other arts. Come rain or shine Glastonbury has always pulled it off – having an amazing reputation since 1970! As the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world, you’ll want to get your tickets quick!
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4. Hideout Festival
If you can afford to book another sponty trip this year, then add Hideout Festival to your list. Hideout is an electronic music festival held in Zrce, Croatia on the island of Pag. Since it started in 2011 it has sold out every year to date. Hideout will be back in 2023 for another weekend of sunshine, sea, exclusive headline shows, boat parties and more!
5. ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event)
Lastly, the Amsterdam Dance Event is a five-day electronic music conference and festival usually held in October. Amsterdam is known for its Electronic Dance Music and ADE shows this perfectly. Engage in dance music exhibitions, films, documentaries, DJ showcases and even masterclasses! If you love EDM, then ADE might be the one for you. And it’s a bonus that you’re in the beautiful city that is Amsterdam! With loads to do around the area, you’ll be booking your flights to return in no time.
So if you love music, dancing and all around positive energy, this is your sign to book a ticket and go to one of these great European festivals for students.