Europe is, in many ways, the cultural capital of the West. The continent is a dream destination for travelers, thanks to its rich history and many languages. Paris, Prague, Italy, Prague, and Vienna are all long-standing centers for art, music, and theatre. It’s no surprise that festivals are the largest in Europe. Celebrations at the various European music festivals include everything from folk music to metal music to modern art to natural beauty. These festivals promise to be even bigger and more exciting the next year. You should visit all of them. Europe offers something for everyone, whether it’s music, food, nature, or something completely different. You can easily visit these European music festivals next year with an ETIAS visa waiver.
Colors of Ostrava, Czech Republic
Colours of Ostrava which will feature over twenty-six unique outdoor and indoor stages and a wide range of classic and contemporary performers, including jazz, world music, indie rock, reggae, and jazz, will present a unique mix of classical and contemporary artists. Festival-goers have the opportunity to enjoy over 350 events, including films, DJs and open discussions, films, poetry, art installations, theatre, workshops, theatre, poetry and programs for children.
One of many festival’s strengths is the diversity of the programme. The event takes place on the former city mines and steelworks site, which is a European Cultural Heritage Site. It is a unique location. The festival site is industrial-looking, but it has plenty of green space and shaded areas that are perfect for lounging or charging batteries. There are many options for accommodation. You can choose from camping at the Ostrava Silesian Castle or higher-end accommodations in hotels and flats in Ostrava’s city centre. It is also easy to transport Ostrava, which can be reached by train or car from Krakow and Prague airports, and then by tram in the city centre.
NOS Primavera Sound, Portugal
NOS Primavera sound is the Portuguese version of the Primavera Song Festival, which has been held in Barcelona since 1996. For the sixth consecutive year, the City of Porto hosts the Portuguese edition.
The NOS Primavera Sound line-up includes a wide range of international artists as well as a substantial representation of Portugal’s musical landscape. The artistic line is based on the Barcelona music festival’s guidelines. It highlights both the local scene as well as international artists with long and respected careers.
With more than 80,000 participants from 58 countries, the 7th edition NOS Primavera Sound once again established it as an unforgettable experience.
Meadows in the Mountain
This magical mountain festival in Bulgaria is the best-kept festival secret! Meadows has it all: a dazzling array of underground music acts, as well as a fashion parade featuring stylish and eccentric concert-goers, is something to see! It is also set in the beautiful Rhodope Mountains, which boasts some the most stunning scenery. Festival organizers are committed to sustainability and have put together a variety of initiatives to help reduce carbon emissions. You can stay in the nearby villages or camp among the mysterious mountains. To unwind and relax after the festival, many festival-goers make use of the Orpheas Spa.
Exit Festival, Serbia
Festival was founded in 2000 as a social movement. It has become well-known for its incredible music acts. The festival, which is held in Novi Sad Serbia, still serves a strong social purpose. The Exit Foundation has been a platform for many activism efforts that focus on youth development, mental health, and environmental conservation. Exit was founded by students fighting for democracy in Serbia, the Balkans and other countries. After a decade of division, it was the first large-scale event to bring together people from the Balkans. The festival was moved from the University Park to Petrovaradin Fortress in 2000 after the Yugoslavian general elections.
Exit was once again a major European festival, making history in 2021 with its first appearance since the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rob Waller/Soundcrash is one of London’s most prominent promoters. Noah Ball, one of the managing directors of Outlook & Dimensions Festivals and curator of the festival, organizes the event. It’s a great opportunity to enjoy a music fest on Croatian coast. The “unique European boutique festival”, has a loyal following. A third of the tickets go before any artists are announced and the festival is always sold out in advance.
Soundwave can be a good choice for those who are looking for a long weekend festival in Europe. However, there is also the possibility to combine it with a Croatian holiday.
There is nothing more satisfying for a music fan than to see your favorite artists live. Covid-19 was a similar issue to travel. Concerts and festivals were put on hold for many months. However, travel and music will be back in 2022! This is a great way to celebrate it by attending one the best music festivals in Europe.