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10 Fall Music Festivals To Attend


10 Fall Music Festivals To Attend

1. KAABOO

September 14th-16th

Del Mar, CA

The best festival of the year! This festival gives you the broadest range of genres and always adds in some throw back artists. Without a doubt, Kaaboo hits all the notes with its music, comedy, and amazing chef and food lineups.

 

2. Lollapoolza

August 2nd-5th

Chicago, IL

With 4 days of music & fun, this festival does not disappoint! Lineup includes The weekend, Jack White, Post Malone, and over 80 more to choose from!

3. Austin City Limits

October 5th-7th and October 12th-14th

Austin, TX

Spread across two weekends, over a 130 artists, and 8 stages, you’re sure to have a packed weekend ahead of you. This years headliners include Paul McCartney, Metallica, and Childish Gambino, followed by Arctic Monkeys, Travis Scott, and Odesza.

4. Outside Lands

August 10th -12th

San Francisco, CA

If being in San Francisco doesn’t make you feel some type of way, Outside Lands will surely do the trick! This years artists include Florence + The Machine, Janet Jackson, Bon Iver, and many more!

5. Life is Beautiful

September 25th-27th

Las Vegas, NV

This festival will make you feel like life is truly beautiful every moment you are there! The art is perfectly placed throughout the festival to keep you entertained as you walk through. With uplifting quotes spray painted along all paths you walk you’re sure to have a smile on your face the whole weekend! Life is Beautiful pulls some of the greatest headliners on the west coast. You won’t want to miss out!

6. Ohana Festival

September 8th- 10th

Orange County, CA

Though the fledgling Ohana Festival’s beachfront location is its forte, it also has a lineup to match this time around. Social Distortion, Eddie Vedder and Jack Johnson headline the second iteration of the low-key fest, though we’re far more impressed with the undercard: Pixies, HAIM, Fiona Apple, Ray Lamontagne, TV on the Radio and more.

7. Deset Daze

October 12th-15th

Joshua Tree, CA

Punk legends, local lo-fi faves and a little bit of doom metal collide at this antidote to your average music festival. Desert Daze sets up an organized city of tents in its Joshua Tree landscape while still holding on to a generator-fueled desert party atmosphere.

8. Voodoo Music + Arts Experience


October 27th-29th

New Orleans, LA

Timed to land right around the end of October, this music festival invites big names like Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters and the Killers to headline the ultimate Halloween party. This being New Orleans you can expect plentiful food offerings like shrimp Poboys and fried duck quesadillas to keep you from stuffing yourself on trick-or-treating candy.

9. Ill Points Festival

October 13th-15th

Miami, FL

The Miami-born music festival, takes over the Mana Wynwood Production Village with one-of-a-kind tech activations like a VR experience created in partnership with NASA and back-to-back sets by local acts and major headliners.

10. Riot Fest

September 15th-17th

Chicago, IL

If you once scribbled dream music festival lineups in the margins of your high school notebooks, they probably looked a bit like Riot Fest. The annual Chicago event embraces rock and hip-hop nostalgia wholeheartedly, with a lineup that boasts industrial icons

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