Top Summer festivals part 2
Slang in Creole for "good stuff" Bonnaroo will be taking place June 16th through 19th through 19th in Manchester Tennessee. The Tennessee mainstay is filled with activities such as yoga, workshops, parades and an enormous lineup of musicians of 150 acts with 10 plus performance stages and after hours events. Bonnaroo Bonnaroo is coming to make a huge impact this summer check out the full line up below.
What has now become the premiere hip hop festival in America and more than likely the world, rolling loud is back in Miami, Florida July 22nd through July 24th. As hip-hop fans delight every year, the whole lineup is diverse enough to satisfy every flavor of the genre that fans will happily come out and rage at.
Taking place at the start of summer in Colorado at hummingbird ranch. This live festival experience is about more than the music but about an appreciation of nature and its many changes alongside some of the top talent In the rising electronic music scene. Everything from live art, workshops, yoga classes, trails and more will be available to add to the experience.
June 16th-19th is shaping up to be an explosion of experimental dance music from the best in the country including eclectic blend of DJ's and producers along with live bands and fusion acts that offer a bit of both. The setting tops it all off to be a transcendent experience under clear Colorado night skies. If it's anything like past years, fest goers will have the time of their lives at Sonic Bloom 2022.
Afropunk is back again this year and is bringing with it the usual: groundbreaking arts, fashion and music from the Black community. Ari Lennox, Noname and Mereba are all set to perform at the festival, which takes place in Miami in May, and in Minneapolis over Juneteenth weekend, June 18 and 19th, marking the first ever Afropunk event in the Midwest. We love selection because it's a great platform for expression of all kinds from the Black communities creatives and fans of the art and music can be fully immersed at this festival.
Governors Ball is like the all-stars game of the music festival world and it will deliver another year of incredible music sets on June 10th-12th, and the best of what NYC eateries have to offer. This year at Citi Field Lots, Queens you can see Kid Cudi, Halsey, J-Cole, Roddy Ricch, Glass Animals. The list is beyond impressive and I'm sure the performers will give it their all to make the show a smash hit. If you can make your way over to NY for this one, you're pretty much guaranteed a unforgettable time.
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