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Best European Music and Film Festivals This Summer

There's nothing quite like the excitement of experiencing in person the song you’ve played on repeat in your head for the last year or catching an early viewing of a movie you've been closely watching since you first caught a glimpse of that teaser trailer.

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To save you even more time, we made a list of the top music and film festivals to visit this summer.

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Tomorrowland (19 – 21 & 26 – 28 July in Boom, Belgium)

Since 2014, Tomorrowland has taken over Boom's summer scene and offers a lineup of dance music's most renowned DJs. If the festivals' A-list music talent wasn't already enough, Tomorrowland's boasts stage design, production, and shows that only the world's biggest dance music festival can deliver. The theme for this year is The Book of Wisdom The Return.

Wilderness Festival (1 – 4 August in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom)

Held in Cornbury Park, the Wilderness Festival's woodland setting emboldens its themes of nature, discovery, exploration, and of course, music. This festival is home to an assortment of programmes, including music, theatre, debates, art, and comedy. Drawing in international artists from all over, this year's lineup includes Robyn, Bombay Bicycle Club, and Groove Armada.

Rock en Seine (23 – 25 August in Paris, France)

The Rock en Seine is a three-day music festival set in Domaine National de Saint-Cloud. Although the name might give the impression that the festival only features rock music, in all actuality, it hosts a range of artists and performances, including indie, alternative, pop, rock, hip hop, electronic music, and much more.

Locarno International Film Festival (7 – 17 August in Locarno, Switzerland)

Founded in 1946, the Locarno International Film Festival is a celebration of everything film. Host to more than 170,000 cinema-goers, 1,000 journalists, and 3,000 film professionals, this festival acts as a cultural hub, screening feature-length narrative and documentary, short, avant-garde, and retrospective programmes.

Lorient Interceltic Festival (2 – 11 August in Brittany, Lorient, France)

Taking place in Lorient in Brittany, the Lorient Interceltic Festival is a 10-day indulgence of Celtic culture, music and dance — with over 800,000 visitors. The festival features more than 4,500 musicians, singers, dancers, artists, and filmmakers. It also hosts art exhibitions; sports, such as sailing races and golf; and competitions, including the National Bagadoù Championship finals.

Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Aug 2 – Aug 26 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Commonly known as The Fringe, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the worlds' largest art festival that touts some impressive numbers, including 53,232 performances of 3,398 shows in over 300 venues. It's an open access performance festival, so guests can expect a lot of variety and wildcard performances.

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