19 Music Festivals for 2014 for Your Hit List ...

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There is a calendar of fantastic music festivals for 2014.

It seems that every country and every US state now has a music festival to write home about.

Music festivals have become one of the great cultural features of our time, and everybody should experience at least one in their lifetime because they are about so much more than just great music.

Here’s some of the music festivals for 2014 to stick in your diary.

1. South by Southwest, Austin Texas March 7th-16th

This festival is well known for uncovering new talents and is one of the 2014 music festivals not to be missed.

There are big names here, but one of the best things about this festival is stumbling across great new bands and acts.

The South by Southwest festival involves going from bar to bar, mingling with other fans and watching some great performances.

This year on the line up there is Big Freedia, Charli XCX, Echosmith, and more.

2. Ultra Music Festival, Miami, March 28th-30th

You might think how on earth they can possibly beat 2013’s line up of Swedish House Mafia, Fatboy Slim, Deadmau5 and loads of other great house artists.

This year they’ve actually managed to stay on par with last year’s line up.

You’ll be seeing Afrojack, Avicii, Tiesto, and more.

3. Coachella, Indio CA, April 11th-13th

There are so many 2014 music festivals, so why choose this one?

I’ll give you a reason;

in fact, I’ll give you four.

Skrillex, Muse, Queens of the Stone Age and Beck.

Let’s add Outkast and Arcade Fire to make six.

I could keep listing the line up because there are some awesome acts taking to the stage this year.

This festival takes place in the middle of the desert, so you will get the proper festival experience of being amongst the great unwashed.2

Download Festival, Derby UK, June 14th-16th
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