Europe Festivals 2018, 2019

Festival Mundial 2018

Festival Mundial

June 23, 2018

Festival Mundial, Burgemeester Brokxlaan 8-88 Tilburg, Netherlands, Tilburg, Netherlands

Parkpop Den Haag 2018

Parkpop Den Haag

June 24, 2018

Zuiderpark, Den Haag, Netherlands

Fusion Festival 2018

Fusion Festival

June 27, 2018

Lärz, Germany

Provinssi 2018


June 28, 2018

Seinäjoki, Finland

OpenAir St.Gallen 2018

OpenAir St.Gallen

June 28, 2018

10 mintues drive away from St.Gallen main station, St. Gallen, Switzerland

SeaFest 2018 2018

SeaFest 2018

June 29, 2018

Galway Harbour, Galway, Ireland

Sunrise Festival Belgium 2018

Sunrise Festival Belgium

June 29, 2018

De Lilse Bergen, Strandweg 6 Lille, Belgium, Lille, Belgium

SeaFest Galway 2018

SeaFest Galway

June 29, 2018

Galway Harbour, Galway, Ireland

Tuska Open Air Metal Festival 2018

Tuska Open Air Metal Festival

June 29, 2018

Suvilhati, Helsinki, Finland

Montreux Jazz Festival Switzerland 2018

Montreux Jazz Festival Switzerland

June 29, 2018

Montreux, Switzerland

Down the Rabbit Hole 2018

Down the Rabbit Hole

June 29, 2018

De Groene Heuvels, Groene Heuvels 5 Ewijk, Netherlands, Ewijk, Netherlands

International Tour Film Festival 2018

International Tour Film Festival

June 29, 2018

Multiple Locations in Santa Marinella, Santa Marinella, Santa Marinella, Italy

Week-end au bord de l'eau 2018

Week-end au bord de l'eau

June 29, 2018

Lac de Géronde, 19 Chemin du Grand Lac Sierre, Switzerland, Sierre, Switzerland

Be Prog! My Friend Festival 2018

Be Prog! My Friend Festival

June 29, 2018

Poble Espanyol, Av Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13 Barcelona, Spain, Barcelona, Spain

Awakenings 2018


June 30, 2018

Velsen-Zuid, Netherlands

Roskilde Festival 2018

Roskilde Festival

June 30, 2018

Roskilde, Denmark

ParkCity Live 2018

ParkCity Live

June 30, 2018

Park Bekkerveld, Bekkerveld Heerlen, Heerlen, Netherlands

Enter Music Festival 2018

Enter Music Festival

June, 2018

Jezioro Strzeszyńskie, Poznań, Poland

Wij Zijn 1 2018

Wij Zijn 1

June, 2018

TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands

Blurred Edges 2018

Blurred Edges

June, 2018

MS Stubnitz, Hamburg, Germany



June, 2018

De Kroepoekfabriek, Vlaardingen, Netherlands

Amsterdam International Theatre School Festival 2018

Amsterdam International Theatre School Festival

June, 2018

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Afro Pfingsten Festival 2018

Afro Pfingsten Festival

June, 2018

Winterthur, Switzerland

Tak Brzmi Miasto 2018

Tak Brzmi Miasto

June, 2018

Klub Fabryka, Kraków, Poland

Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival 2018

Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival

June, 2018

Irish Museum Of Modern Art, Royal Hospital Kilmainham Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

About Festivals in Europe

The diversity of Europe is perhaps broader than any other continent, with an abundance of attractions, landscapes and people across its lands. The continent also holds a number of fantastic events and festivals throughout the year, with plenty of food, cinema, music, drink and a bunch of unique and unusual offerings if you’re seeking something strange.

One of these unique events is La Tomatina, in which thousands of red-splattered fun-lovers throw tomatoes at each other in the small Spanish town of Bunol. Spain also hosts the Running of the Bulls Festival, while the Cheese Rolling Festival sees thousands of hungry Brits chasing cheese down a steep hill. Other oddities include France’s Festival of the Unusual, Wales’ Bog Snorkelling competitions, Finland’s Air Guitar World Championships and Germany’s anti-Santa Krampusnacht… and that’s only the tip of the idiosyncratic iceberg.

Europe’s festival scene is perhaps best known for its music events. The most famous of these include England’s Glastonbury Festival, Belgium’s Tomorrowland Festival, Serbia’s Exit Festival, Barcelona’s Primevera Sound and Budapest’s Sziget. Many of these offer huge names in rock and pop, while others are a more alternative affair with dance, folk, electronic, DJs and plenty more.

One of Europe’s most iconic festivals is the Bavarian bonanza that is Oktoberfest, of which there are many in Germany. These events are a boozy affair full of beer, bratwurst, Lederhosen and polka music. The Oktoberfests throughout the country are raucous, noisy and infectious, and they’re full to the brim with fun and energy.

If you’re looking to fill your belly with more saliva-inducing servings of local food and drink, Europe has plenty of diverse fayre to rumble your tum. Among the tasty offerings are seafood festivals, cheese festivals, wine and beer festivals and plenty more. Some of the most prestigious events include Weimer Onion Festival, Italy’s Slow Food Festival, Taste of London and Bordeaux Wine Festival.

Cultural offerings throughout Europe include Dublin’s St Patrick’s Day Festival, Art Basel (which is one of the best modern art festivals on the planet), the Carnival of Venice and Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which showcases the work of thousands of high-profile and upcoming minds in the world of theatre. Cinema festivals include the iconic Cannes and offerings in Wroclaw, London and Berlin.

It’s impossible to summarise the breadth and scale of what’s on offer, but there’s plenty for everyone and loads of fun to be had.