Shaun White's Air + Style music festival/ snowboarding competition returns with a stacked lineup including Major Lazer, Flume, Chromeo, YG, Zhu, and more.
The upcoming event is the first installment of the twice-yearly festival held in downtown San Diego's Waterfront Park; spring 2017 highlights include Flume, Duke Dumont, and Snakehips.
It's all about the good vibes at Desert Hearts, an ethos-centric festival at the heart of the larger—what they call "dusty"—movement surrounding Burning Man.
This multi-stage camping fest is held at one of the oldest existing ranches in Texas, minutes from downtown Austin. This year's lineup features Alesso, Chromeo, Wiz Khalifa, Pretty Lights, and more.
This year's Coachella lineup promises to be one of the best in years. Headliners were recently announced as Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar, and Radiohead. And c'mon, it's Coachella.
This unique festival has a culture that blends music, art, wellness, and sustainability. This year boasts an impressive lineup including Bassnectar, Bonobo, Rufus Du Sol, Jhene Aiko, and more.
With a brand new location and an expanded schedule, this year's Boston Calling might have the most diverse spectrum of talent for a festival of its size, from Bon Iver and Solange, to The xx and Tool.
A festival which takes its food lineup as seriously as its music! Foo Fighters, Maroon 5, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers will headline, while the best food and drink from NorCal keeps you fueled.
Despite an increasingly standardized music festival model, Splash House has managed to balance a niche concept—a pool party music festival at Palm Springs hotels—with a mainstream audience.
This NYC event is located in the midst of it all, in a takeover of Randall's Island. The 2017 lineup includes Chance the Rapper, Lorde, and Wu-Tang Clan.
If you like the big name acts at Coachella but want a more down-to-earth vibe, give Bonnaroo a try. The fest's motto is "radiate positivity" & it holds true. Music from U2, The Weeknd, The xx + more!
An environmentally-minded, fan-curated music festival featuring a spectacular line-up every year, on-site camping, and a three-hour drive from NYC? Yes, please.
Nestled in a ski resort in New York's beautiful Catskills, the Mountain Jam serves up 3 days of great food, classic music, and new friends for jam band fans every June.
Co-curated by Justin Vernon of Bon Iver and Aaron Dessner of The National, this scenic Wisconsin experience is held along the banks of the Chippewa River and is a true celebration of music and art.
Happening only every other year, this fest is returning to the stunning MASS MoCA in 2017 for a weekend of music, comedy, art, camping and more.
2017 marks the 50th year of Summerfest, the verified "World's Largest Music Festival." With 11 stages, hundreds of diverse acts, and 900,000 attendees, it's definitely one for your bucket list.
Between FYF Fest's new July date and history of nabbing both Frank Ocean, and The Strokes, we don't even need to see FYF Fest's 2017 lineup to call it as one of the must-catch festivals of the year.
If headliners Frank Ocean, Tame Impala, and Nine Inch Nails are any hint of what's to come, the second year of Panorama, toted as the East Coast's answer to Coachella, is going to be killer.
One of America's best music festivals pops up right in the middle of Chicago. Lollapalooza brings 160,000+ people together each year for big-name bands from nearly every genre, from Kid Cudi to MGMT.
Wine Lands, Cheese Lands, Choco Lands, and Beer Lands, all reside WITHIN Outside Lands. So yeah, it's more than just a music festival boasting past acts like Elton John, The Killers, Kanye, & more.
A temporary, self-sufficient community is created in the Nevada desert every year as an escape for city-dwellers around the world. Burning Man is more than just a festival—it's a lifestyle.
KAABOO Del Mar is the ideal balance of upscale amenities, great bands, and classic San Diego charm; the 360-degree experience includes art, music, comedy, and chef-driven food.
The punk scene drives down and takes over Gainesville, FL every late October for this cult-favorite festival, featuring the biggest punk and indie names (and notorious unofficial basement shows).
This festival has gotten so huge over the years that they had to add a second weekend! Held in one of this country's most famed music cities, ACL Festival always has a diverse–and incredible–lineup.