It’s pick and choose time when it comes to music festivals in July.
Be it pop and rock, multi-genres, jazz, techno or electronic, there is plenty to choose from.
Techno and electronic
Love Family Park, held in Mainz, is one of Germany’s best-known festivals.
Electronic music families come together each year to enjoy a sumptuous feast of electronic music and dance.
Electric Daisy Carnival is described as an all-encompassing carnival for the 21st century and it truly brings Milton Keynes, UK, to life.
Croatia may be a small country but it’s big on festivals!
Ultra Europe is returning to the coastal town, Split, and this is definitely one of the most spectacular music festivals of all times.
Big, bold and beautiful,
Tomorrowland is the most sought after EDM festival, not just in Europe, but in the world.
Belgium knows how to turn it on!
Montreux Jazz Festival is one of the best and most famous jazz festivals in Europe.
Switzerland and jazz – it’s a magical combination!
One for all ages, the
Copenhagen Jazz Festival transforms the Danish capital into the world’s largest jazz club.
North Sea Jazz Festival focuses on the past, the present and the future of jazz.
This year more than 1000 musicians will give 130 performances on 15 different stages throughout Rotterdam.
The Nice Jazz Festival in France is one of the most visited in Europe.
With its long and rich history, the city is deservedly proud of its jazz music heritage.
Jazz a Juan offers a venue that is as amazing as the musical talent it presents.
The beautiful French Mediterranean seaside resort of Juan les Pins is the perfect place to chill out and soak up the atmosphere of this fabulous jazz fest.
Edinburgh is a city that knows how to host a festival, and they do the
Jazz and Blues Festival proud.
This festival presents high quality musicians from all over the world.
There’s no better time to visit San Sebastian than mid-summer for the
San Sebastian International Jazz Festival.
Culture, food and jazz combined – what more could you wish for!
Pop, Rock & Indie
One of Frances biggest rock festivals,
Garorock, is held in the small town Marmande on the Garonne River, and is a feast for all your senses.
A creative mix of pop, rock, indie, and electronic music makes up the
Beauregard Festival in Normandy.
Les Eurockeennes Pop and Rock Festival is a non-profit, eco-friendly and independent music festival.
It takes place annually on the shores of the beautiful natural lakes of Belfort, in France.
Main Square pop and rock festival is your chance to party at a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Indie, rock, metal, pop, urban and electronic music are all showcased here in Arras, France.
Neighboring Belgium is home to
Rock Werchter; a massive international event where top performers from home and abroad will entertain and delight revellers.
If you’re a fan of the mixed genre then
Couleur Cafe music festival in Brussels is a feast of soul, funk, reggae, hip-hop, dub and Latin music.
The Czech Republic hosts some of the best rock performers at the unique
Rock for People Festival that’s held in an old and unused airport.
Held just outside of Lisbon,
Super Bock Super Rock is all about rock and alternative music with touches of electronic and indie sounds.
The Starlite Festival in Marbella brings you a full month of amazing stars.
Small and intimate concerts are what this festival is all about.
It’s hard to know which category we should place the
Festival Internacional de Benicassim with its mix of alternative, indie, electronic, and rock music.
Acclaimed and alternative names entertain you up in the Spanish mountains at the amazing
Bilbao BBK Live Festival.
Mad Cool Festival Madrid burst onto the European pop and rock festival scene in 2016 to great success.
Exit Music Festival, in Novi Sad Serbia, is an other pop-rock festival with the best music performers from a variety of genres on the stage.
A unique mix of music and art brings people of all cultures and interests together at the
Pohoda Festival in Trencin.