The few first months of the year have now come and gone.
You’ve been working really hard
…and saving some of that hard earned cash (hopefully!).
Now it’s time for a worthy reward … and what better than attending a top music festival where the stress is relieved and the good vibes take hold of your body and soul.
Looking for the top festivals will be held during spring in the US?
Listen to wonderful music, hang out with friends, dance in awesome locations, meet new people, and enjoy the lights show.
Unfortunately, it has become simply impossible to attend all the EDM festivals and it is really difficult to select one out of the many options.
So take a look at our list of the top 5 spring festivals in the USA, select your top raves to attend, and then start planning so you can enjoy with your rave friends and lose yourself in the music.
- Ultra Music Festival.
Since 1999 at the end of every March, the world’s best DJs get together to blast their best mixes across downtown Miami, FL.
For sure, you’ve heard about it; Avicii, Tiesto, DJ Snake, Sasha, Zedd, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, and Pendulum are just a few names of the many artists that have given life to the festival.
The original Ultra is held in downtown Miami, due to its popularity, it has been extended to destinations all around the globe, pleasing EDM fans from Europe, South Africa, South America and Oceania. In terms of size and popularity, it is the biggest music festival after the famous Tomorrowland from Belgium.
The 3-day festival is everything you and your friends could wish for when it comes to electronic music. But if you’re lucky enough to have some free time, then Ultra is perfect excuse to explore Miami. It is held during the Miami Music Week, where you’ll find numerous dance music events across the city, from deep house nightclubs or electro pop pool parties.
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival… but let’s save our energy for the 3-day event and simply say “Coachella”.
Held in the last week of April in the stunning Indio, South California. The festival has been gaining recognition since 1999. Nowadays the desert of Colorado turns into a perfect place to party like a rock star. Party goers along with many celebs can be found dancing to the rhythm of the best beats from all over the world.
Do you love all types of music? If so, this is the right festival for you. Come and enjoy the different musical genres, especially hip-hop, EDM, rock, and indie, while honoring the 70’s with your outfit.
The Beastie boys, Manu Chao, The Cure, Snoop Dogg, Madonna, Guns N’ Roses, Jack Ü, Calvin Harris, Kendrick Lamar and other innumerable artists have been part of the event. As well as great live music, there are exhibitions of art designs, sculptures, and paintings all contributing to making a truly killer event.
An important meeting at work keeping you away from Coachella? Don’t freak out, the festival has expanded to two weekends in recent years and you won’t be missing out as the lineup remains the same for both weekends.
Want an exceptional Coachella experience? Stay on its massive campground and meet people from all over the world.
- Electric Daisy Carnival.
We all know that Las Vegas, Nevada is the City of Lights, but in middle June it is a paradise for ravers.
Named in 2010 as the American Ibiza, the electronic music festival has expanded to three days since 2011, unlike its first celebration in 1997 which charmed its party goers for just a couple of hours.
Chasing the best headliners? Amazing dubstep, techno, EDM, electro house, dance performances? The Electric Daisy Carnival brings them every year and previous presentations from Afrojack, Alesso, Jack Ü, David Guetta, John Digweed, and Tiesto prove it.
Can’t make it to Sin City? Don’t worry, the rave event is getting global with events in Chicago, Orlando, New York, Puerto Rico, Mexico, India, Sao Paulo, and London.
There is no better way to start summer than going to Las Vegas, where the performances by the majority of the lineup are held through the city, so even if you can’t afford a ticket to EDC, you still can enjoy the atmosphere.
- Movement Electronic Music Festival.
Memorial weekend is here, what should we do? … Detroit, Michigan, please!
Make every penny count during the short holiday break and be part of the Movement Electronic Music Festival at the fabulous Detroit, the birthplace of techno music.
Is this one of the most important electronic music festivals in the world? Yes, definitely! So get ready to hear the latest and classic techno tracks from some of the biggest names in the industry, like Carl Craig, Adam Beyer, Kevin Saunderson, Moby, DJ Snake, Cassy, and Stacey Pullen.
Since 2006, music lovers like you and me, gather yearly to relive this awesome party with techno soul.
Haven’t been before? Make it happen this coming this Memorial Weekend and change your life for the better.
- Mysteryland USA.
New York never disappoints us. It’s not surprising that a multi-faceted festival original from the Netherlands made a journey across the Atlantic to take place in this breathtaking city.
Are you ready for something outstanding? Does Diplo, Robin Schluz, Kygo, and Skrillex sound good? The lineup of the festival makes every electronic music lover come back for more the following year.
Forget about the stress of looking for a place to overnight. Camp all 3 days at the Mysteryland festival to enhance this unique experience with worldwide EDM fans.
Make sure to listen to some of the new and local artists at the next generation stage, maybe, some of them become the stars of tomorrow.
What festivals will you be attending this spring?
(NOTE: Preparing for a rave can be tough, especially if it’s your first one. Want to make sure you don’t forget anything? Check out our complete rave party guide so you’ll have everything you need for your next rave.)