Festivals attract a mishmash of culture and diversity the world over but the festivals in Europe are the most talked about in recent times. Being a continent that is rich in culture it is no wonder that art, music, and food all find and audience and opportunity to express their uniqueness. Every year millions of people from all over the world, European natives included throng to this continent so as to catch a glimpse and experience the raves first hand. The festivals themselves do not disappoint. There are a vast variety of festivals that furnish to every liking portrayed by the diverse groups that frolic to these venues.
For the music enthusiast, who is not tied down to a specific type and is going for that multi genre feel then the Open AIR St. Gallen in Switzerland, Days Off in Paris and VOLT festivals in Hungary to name but a few will cater well to their needs. Every show packs a dynamic punch featuring well established artists and upcoming acts that are looking to make a name and hopefully gunner a following.
Europe music festivals cater to all niches and markets. Anyone who is specific to the taste of music that they listen to is also catered for in the festivals as well. For the Electric lover there is the Secret Solstice in Iceland, the Bravalla in Sweden and the Ruhr-in-Love festivals in Germany. For the Techno and Rock market the Awakening Festival and Electrosanne in the Netherlands and Switzerland respectively will offer the much needed entertainment. The La Route du Rock Festival in France is slowly and steadily making a name for itself.