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Mar
25

Tallin Music Week

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   25th Mar, 2019 12:00 - 31st Mar, 2019 12:00
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Apr
05

Cully Jazz Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   5th Apr, 2019 12:00 - 13th Apr, 2019 12:00
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May
04

Brighton Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   4th May, 2019 12:00 - 26th May, 2019 12:00
The largest and most established annual curated multi-arts festival in England, Brighton Festival is a celebration of music, theatre, dance, circus, art, film, literature, debate, outdoor and family e... The largest and most established annual curated multi-arts festival in England, Brighton Festival is a celebration of music, theatre, dance, circus, art, film, literature, debate, outdoor and family events, which takes place in venues both familiar and unusual in the city of Brighton and Hove in England each May.

Established in 1967, Brighton Festival has become one of the city's most enduring symbols of inventiveness over the past half century. In 1964 the first moves were made to hold a Festival in Brighton, and Ian Hunter, the eventual Artistic Director of the Festival, submitted a programme of ideas. This was followed by a weekend conference in 1965, and the Board of the Brighton Festival Society was born. The first Festival was held in 1967, and included the first ever exhibition of Concrete Poetry in the UK, alongside performances by Laurence Olivier and Yehudi Menuhin.

In the introduction to the 1968 Festival programme, Ian Hunter explained the original intentions of the Festival: “The aim of the Brighton Festival is to stimulate townsfolk and visitors into taking a new look at the arts and to give them the opportunity to assess developments in the field of culture where the serious and the apparently flippant ride side by side.”

Now one of Europe’s leading arts festivals, Brighton Festival is known for its ambitious and daring programme that aims to make the most of the city’s distinctive cultural atmosphere, drawing some of the most innovative artists and companies and adventurous audiences from the UK and around the world.

Jointly produced with award-winning community arts organisation Same Sky, the annual Children’s Parade officially launches Brighton Festival and has delighted participants and spectators for over 25 years. The largest of its kind in Europe, the parade is attended by almost 5,000 children from schools and community groups from across the region and cheered on by many thousands of spectators.

In 2016 Brighton Festival celebrated its 50th year of commissioning and producing innovative arts and culture. The milestone 50th edition - with experimental artist and musician Laurie Anderson as Guest Director - was the most successful in its history.The Festival’s biggest talking point was Nutkhut’s Dr Blighty,[1] an ambitious, large-scale, free immersive, outdoor experience co-commissioned in partnership with Royal Pavilion & Museums and 14-18 NOW, which highlighted the story of wounded Indian soldiers hospitalised in Brighton during WW1. Ending each night with a spectacular light display using projection-mapping, Dr Blighty set the city and social media abuzz and drew audiences of almost 65,000 over its five-day run.
May
17

Bath International Music Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   17th May, 2019 11:00 - 26th May, 2019 11:00
Bath Festivals bring some of the finest international musicians, speakers and writers to entertain audiences, in the beautiful venues and spaces of our world heritage city. We create innovative and... Bath Festivals bring some of the finest international musicians, speakers and writers to entertain audiences, in the beautiful venues and spaces of our world heritage city.

We create innovative and diverse programmes that inspire and provide unique experiences for residents and visitors to Bath.

Our festivals bring the city alive with a celebration of the arts.

Our creative learning programme helps young people and those with less access to the arts, to build inner confidence and improved communication skills through the arts.

Building on our 70 year heritage, we are turning Bath into one of the top 3 festival cities in the UK.
May
30

Heartland Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   30th May, 2019 12:00 - 1st Jun, 2019 12:00
Heartland Festival combines live talks and contemporary art with the greatest things from the music and food scene. The festival takes places at one of the most scenic places in Denmark; in the garden... Heartland Festival combines live talks and contemporary art with the greatest things from the music and food scene. The festival takes places at one of the most scenic places in Denmark; in the gardens surrounding Egeskov Castle on the island of Funen. Heartland Festival is created in collaboration with some of the most prominent and skillful people in their fields.

Heartland curates to a quality-driven and culturally interested audience. Festival director, Ulrik Ørum-Petersen says:
“Heartland Festival is an attempt to create a festival unlike other existing festivals in Denmark. A festival that resembles successful international festivals such as ones seen in e.g. England and The Netherlands. To be able to create this type of festival in Denmark at one of the most beautiful spots in the world is a dream come true.“

VIVID TALKS AND GREAT CULINARY EXPERIENCES
Heartland creates its program in collaboration with partners, curators, and advisors amongst the most capable in the country. Danish and international participants discuss and address the times we live in and the lives we lead today.

When it comes to food, our ambition is to create unique experiences with emphasis on local produce and exclusive quality.

CONTEMPORARY ART AND AN INTERNATIONAL MUSIC PROGRAM
The aim with presenting contemporary art at Heartland Festival is to elaborate on the contrasts between contemporary art, an open air space, and a castle from the 16th century.
May
31

Best Kept Secret Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   31st May, 2019 12:00 - 2nd Jun, 2019 12:00
Best Kept Secret is a three day music festival in Hilvarenbeek. This year the festival will be organised for the sixth time. At Best Kept Secret, we program artists we – as fans of music – would li... Best Kept Secret is a three day music festival in Hilvarenbeek. This year the festival will be organised for the sixth time.

At Best Kept Secret, we program artists we – as fans of music – would like to see live, preferably in front of a larger audience than said artists are used to. By doing so, we don’t think in genres or stylistics. Whether it’s indie rock, hip hop, electronic music: as long as we dig it, it deserves a slot at our festival. With over a hundred artists, bands and DJs performing at Best Kept Secret perennially, there’s plenty of stuff to discover.

To make the experience that much more fulfilling, we take great pride in making the festival site as beautiful and practical as possible. Best Kept Secret exhibits and utilizes the gorgeous woodland area surrounding safari park Beekse Bergen, with a beautiful lakeside to boot. Our open air main stage ONE can be found right at the beach. The additional stages are sheltered by the bordering woodlands. If you follow the hubbub through the woods, you’ll eventually find your way to FOUR, better known as the DJ-stage. Over here, our host St, Paul stands behind the turntables to share his love and enthusiasm for music, along with an assembly of guest DJs and heads.

Camping is another integral part of Best Kept Secret. You can sleep on the natural campsite, rent a cosy bungalow or stay inside a log cabin at the bungalow park. Not only does Best Kept Secret deliver diversity and balance in its programming and facilities, there’s also a strong emphasis on providing good, sustainable food and drinks.

Best Kept Secret is all about giving you and your friends the opportunity to shape your own festival experience. Take your chums to an area where only the loudest and darkest music will be played, grab the mic to sing karaoke, challenge your friends to a video game or sit down at our long table. And most importantly, enjoy this weekend of great music and exciting performances with us!
Jun
04

Caribana Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   4th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 8th Jun, 2019 12:00
The Caribana Festival in Crans-près-Céligny, Vaud, Switzerland started in 1990 as an opportunity for people in Switzerland to enjoy live music at the shores of Lake Léman. The event has grown over the... The Caribana Festival in Crans-près-Céligny, Vaud, Switzerland started in 1990 as an opportunity for people in Switzerland to enjoy live music at the shores of Lake Léman. The event has grown over the years and changed from a free, small, local festival to an international event with 19,500 visitors in 2005.

Caribana lasts for four days (Thursday to Sunday) and offers a variety of artists. It is not, as its name suggests, an event devoted to Caribbean music.
Jun
06

Nos Primavera Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   6th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 8th Jun, 2019 12:00
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Jun
06

Spreewaldrock festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   6th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 10th Jun, 2019 12:00
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Jun
07

Festival Papillons de Nuit

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   7th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 9th Jun, 2019 12:00
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Jun
12

Bergenfest

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   12th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 15th Jun, 2019 12:00
Bergenfest is taking place in picturesque and historic surroundings of the Bergenhus Fortress. The festival is situated in the heart of the city, at the North end of the UNESCO World Heritage site Bry... Bergenfest is taking place in picturesque and historic surroundings of the Bergenhus Fortress. The festival is situated in the heart of the city, at the North end of the UNESCO World Heritage site Bryggen in Bergen. Over the course of five eventful and sunny days in mid June, Bergenfest offers the best of Norwegian and international music from an eclectic mix of genres - rock, RnB, hip hop, EDM, world music and blues.
Jun
14

Maifeld Derby Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   14th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 16th Jun, 2019 12:00
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Jun
20

Sea Sessions

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   20th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 23rd Jun, 2019 12:00
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Jun
21

Body & Soul Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   21st Jun, 2019 12:00 - 23rd Jun, 2019 12:00
Body&Soul is a celebration of life, diversity, music, culture and the arts across three days and nights, hosted on one of Ireland’s most stunning country estates. Every year our latest crew of Body... Body&Soul is a celebration of life, diversity, music, culture and the arts across three days and nights, hosted on one of Ireland’s most stunning country estates.

Every year our latest crew of Body&Soulers make the pilgrimage to this beautiful, verdant land that is transformed into a colourful festival village. It’s filled with hand-crafted stages, 15th century walled gardens, hidden forest dens, magnificent art trails and al fresco spas where the only rule is to expect the unexpected.

What began as a back garden gathering has slowly grown into an unrivalled event, where every moment is curated and every sound considered. Body&Soul is comprised of creative collectives from Ireland and abroad that have sought to push the limits and explore the fringes of how the festival mould can benefit the world around it.

We’re also dedicated to reducing our impact on the land, taking new steps each year to make the festival more sustainable. Through affecting positive change we want to continue to use the land that hosts us for many years to come, and we encourage our Body&Soulers to join in the journey.

We’re an independent festival with a heart-shaped mind and a cutting edge soul.
Jun
27

Country Festival Skjäk

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   27th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 30th Jun, 2019 12:00
Outside in the courtyard, many types of refreshments are being served. From real country-style food, to thirst quenchers. The farmhousearea is an amphitheater with the mainstage in the centre. And of... Outside in the courtyard, many types of refreshments are being served. From real country-style food, to thirst quenchers.
The farmhousearea is an amphitheater with the mainstage in the centre. And of course - the stage looks like a western-saloon. Small and intimate to let
the crowd and artists share the music in a unique way. All in order to keep the distance between us as small as possible.

At the top of the hill we have a refreshment place called "Green Hills ". Here you can sit and enjoy the incredible surrounding nature, a good meal, and last, but not least - listen to good music from the Green Hills-stage.

In the year 2000 the entertainment area was opened as a bar and service area. The festival audience who came to Skjåk demonstrated that they appreciated this, in a positive way. This means that we can continue to have an open bar area.

Do you want to shop ? The sales booths are in huts and sell music as well as clothes and other country effects. Everything is arranged to make you feel at home here.

The Skjaak Country Festival is arranged in an old farm area with a log house. The farm buildings were rebuilt after an avalanche in 1913. It is worthy of note that the date was the 13th of March and 13 people perished. Unique Norwegian nature frames the festival area.

Green Hills lives up to its name, surrounded by leafy trees and firs- and mountains as its nearest neighbours. A trickling stream of clear water runs past it. Yes, you can sense the smell of country from a long way off. The location is 4.4 km west of the village of Bismo. The camping area surrounds Green Hills. This area has space for about 700 units and has, everything you need, under the motto: Leave the car, let's walk, here's all we need NOW.

Jun
27

Open Air St Gallen

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   27th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 30th Jun, 2019 12:00
The OpenAir St.Gallen is one of the oldest outdoor festivals in Switzerland. It’s close to the city and it’s the second biggest festival in the German part of the country (30’000 capacity per day). Th... The OpenAir St.Gallen is one of the oldest outdoor festivals in Switzerland. It’s close to the city and it’s the second biggest festival in the German part of the country (30’000 capacity per day). The camping site is included in the festival area – no boundaries between sleeping and going to the shows. If you’re lucky you’ll be able to see your favorite band perform on stage while you’re relaxing in front of your tent. This is something that makes the OpenAir St.Gallen very special, besides the unique setting in the valley of the river Sitter surrounded by trees.
Jun
29

Roskilde Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   29th Jun, 2019 12:00 - 6th Jul, 2019 12:00
Roskilde Festival is the largest cultural festival in Northern Europe. Roskilde Festival is a unique and all-encompassing experience, where music, events, food and activities form a unity with the ... Roskilde Festival is the largest cultural festival in Northern Europe.

Roskilde Festival is a unique and all-encompassing experience, where music, events, food and activities form a unity with the intense sense of community among the audience, also known as the "Orange feeling".

The festival's camping site opens a few days before the main festival area in order for people to get settled and warm up for the extensive music programme that'll rock the grounds for four days. Each year, nearly 200 bands and solo artists play at eight stages.

Progressive music programme

Roskilde Festival presents a progressive music programme which offers memorable experiences and lots of surprises. Year after year, the largest international crowd in Europe is drawn to Roskilde because of a combination of this year’s greatest successes, the living legends and the best representatives of the many corners of musical expression.

Jul
03

Open'er Festival

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   3rd Jul, 2019 12:00 - 6th Jul, 2019 12:00
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Jul
06

Main Square Festival - 06.07.2019

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   6th Jul, 2019 12:00 - 8th Jul, 2019 23:00
  2. Recurring
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Jul
11

Festival Musilac

  1.   European Festival
  2.   Public
  1.   11th Jul, 2019 12:00 - 14th Jul, 2019 12:00
Musilac is a French music festival. It occurs in Aix-les-Bains, France every year since 2002. It lasts between two and four days, in mid-July, at the Esplanade of the Lac du Bourget. The festival's... Musilac is a French music festival. It occurs in Aix-les-Bains, France every year since 2002. It lasts between two and four days, in mid-July, at the Esplanade of the Lac du Bourget.

The festival's popularity has steadily increased, with about 75,000 spectators in 2012, compared to 15,000 in 2003. This popularity is greatly helped by the many different genres of music present, from Rock to Electro, Pop to Reggae and many more. This is in contrast to many other festivals which specialize in a specific genre.
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