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Festivals of Summer 2023

With June 21st being the first official day of summer, much of the country has emerged from a long winter hibernation, entering the summer with high hopes as far as entertainment. There’s nothing quite like spending your summer weekend seeing all of your favorite artists. Here we’ve put together a list of some of the biggest and most anticipated festivals for Summer 2023.


1. Electric Forest

June 22-25, 2023


This festival takes place in Rothbury, Michigan, produced by Madison House Presents and Insomniac Events. This year presents an amazing multi-genre lineup with headliners: Odeza, Illenium, Zeds Dead, and Above & Beyond. The festival, which began in 2008, is known as one of the largest EDM festivals in the US. 


However, it is not just the music that makes this such an experience. Festival goers say that the natural setting, the community, and art play a huge role in the ‘electric’ atmosphere. In previous years, there have been approximately 40,000 attendees. General admission camping wristbands start at $485 with additional options for various different campsites and add-ons.


2. SummerFest Milwaukee

June 22-25, June 29-July 1, July 6-8. 


This three-weekend festival held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin appeals to all music lovers with an amazing range of genres. Headliners include Eric Church, Zac Brown Brand, Odesza, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Trippie Redd, Jimmy Buffet, Zach Bryan, and Imagine Dragons. One-day general admission tickets start at $26.


3. Rolling Loud Miami

July 21-23



‘Rolling Loud’ finally announced their headliners for the 2023 show and people are not disappointed. The largest hip-hop festival in the world brings in over 100 artists to perform over the course of one weekend. The headliners this year are Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, and A$AP Rocky with special guests, Kodak Black, 21 Savage, and Lil Uzi Vert. General admission tickets start at $329.


4. Lollapalooza

August 3-6


Grant Park once against hosts Chicago’s largest annual festival. Lollapalooza brings in 170+ bands over the course of just four days, taking over downtown Chicago. Last year, the city saw over 400,000 attendees. Headliners include Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Odesza, Lana Del Rey, Karol G, The 1975, and Tomorrow X Together. Four-day general admission starts at $385.


5. Louder than Life Festival

September  21-24


Louder than Life is taking place in Louisville, Kentucky, and is America’s largest rock festival with over 170,000 attendees back in 2022. Some impressive bands that are coming include the Foo Fighters, Tool, Green Day, Pantera, Weezer, Limp Bizkit, and many more. Four-day general admission starts at $299. The event even offers the option to camp on-site so attendees don’t miss a moment of the weekend. 




Festivals can be a great way for music enthusiasts to come together and celebrate music, culture and community. Annually there are over 800 festivals in the U.S. so there is the opportunity for everyone to get out this summer and enjoy some live music.


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