Les Eurockeennes is a non-profit, eco-friendly and independent Rock & Pop music festival in Belfort, northeastern France.
The whole festival name is ‘A Camping Flight To Lowlands Paradise.
First held in August 1993, this three-day music and performing arts festival have been a mainstay in festival-goers calendars ever since.
This award-winning festival will be held again at the Event Terrain Walibi Holland in Biddinghuizen, about an hour away from Amsterdam.
Music is the heart and soul of the festival.
Across the stages, there’ll also be theatre, film, visual arts, stand-up comedy, science, literature and street theatre.
Also, the School of Life is there to entertain, inform and inspire.
Lowlands festival tickets include camping at the regular festival camping.
If you have a camper van or caravan, you can buy an additional ticket for a camping site.
If you want more comfort, absolute beds and electricity, then take a look at Gllamcamp.
Here you’ll find Flexotels, Army tents, Tipi’s, Dream Lodges and more!
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About Iceland Airwaves
Iceland Airwaves proclaims to be the most extraordinary music festival on earth.
It’s a multi-genre music festival that’s cool both in the literal and the metaphorical sense.
It’s a five-day party showcasing new acts from Iceland and across the world.
Various venues across Reykjavik city centre host the musical acts at the festival.
The organisers expect around 9000 festival attendees, including artists and people from the music industry and press.
You must be at least 20 years of age to attend, and a photo ID is required.
Lineup at Iceland Airwaves
Held in venues across the country’s capital Reykjavik.
Some of the artists from the 2021 Lineup:
ADHD – Andavald – Andy Svarthol – Any Other – Aragrúi – Ásta – Balming Tiger – Benni Hemm Hemm – Black Pumas – Bríet – BSÍ – Cell7 – CHLOBOCOP – Crack Cloud – Daði Freyr – Daughters of Reykjavík – dj. flugvél og geimskip – Dry Cleaning – Faux Real – GDRN – GRÓA – gugusar – Halldór Eldjárn – Hipsumhaps – ISÁK – Júníus Meyvant – K.óla – Karina – kef LAVÍK – Kiriyama Family – KLEIN – Krummi – Logi Pedro – Lynks – MAMMÚT – Máni Orrason – Marie Davidson & L’Œil Nu – Metronomy – MSEA – Mugison – Myrkvi – omotrack – Oyama – Pale Moon – Porridge Radio – S.hel – Salóme Katrín – Sara Parkman – sideproject – Sigrún Stella – sin fang – Sinmara – Skoffín – Sólveig Matthildur – Squid – supersport! – Svala – Tami T – THUMPER – Ultraflex … and more !
For the full lineup and latest updates, check their website; https://icelandairwaves.is.
How to get to Iceland Airwaves
Icelandair is the founding sponsor of Iceland Airwaves and is flying from several countries.
If you stay in Reykjavik, the festival venues are within walking distance.
Just make sure you pack sturdy shoes and warm clothing!
Both nights and days can be frosty in Reykjavik in November.
Reykjavik has more apartments than hotels.
If you are looking for central accommodation, Rey Apartments is a top pick.
Read the reviews and find one that suits you best among all accommodations that Reykjavik has to offer.
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Iceland is an island in the North Atlantic Ocean between Europe and North America, with influences from both sides of the Atlantic.
The hip and happening capital city, Reykjavik, is the world’s northernmost capital city.
Visit a museum or two, take the lift to the top of Hallgrimskirkja to take in the views over Reykjavik and beyond, or head to the shopping malls Kringlan and Smaralind, just a short drive from the city centre.
Wander the shopping streets in the old city centre, and try some Icelandic delicacies in the many city restaurants.
Wellness, shopping, nature, adventure, and culture, Iceland has it all.
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About Way Out West festival
Way Out West is a three-day long festival that in Gothenburg, Sweden.
An excellent combination of rock, pop, urban and electronic, hip-hop music occurs in the beautiful and intimate setting – Slottsskogen.
Slottsskogen is a vast and beautiful park space located in the southwest of Gothenburg city centre, and it covers almost 150 hectares in size.
Together with its evening club concept, named Stay Out West, this festival offers a significant portion of excellent music divided into several genres.
It’s no doubt one of the most respected Scandinavian festivals.
The Way Out West story began in August 2007, and it shortly grew in size and importance in the Scandinavian area.
In 2012 it became a three-day festival with live music in Slottsskogen.
What makes it a unique event is incorporating other cultural activities, such as art exhibitions and film showings at cinemas around Gothenburg.