Far­away Fes­ti­vals

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Sziget Fes­ti­val

When: 9-16 Au­gust Where: Budapest, hun­gary Line-up: Rita Ora, Kasabian, Wiz Khal­ifa, Pink WHY We LOVE it: It’s set on the beau­ti­ful is­land of Óbuda in Budapest, of­fer­ing a whim­si­cal cel­e­bra­tion of mu­sic and art. Also known as the Is­land of Free­dom, this year is the fes­ti­val’s 25th an­niver­sary. head to Sziget beach for yoga classes and mas­sages. Tick­ets: from £55 per day, sziget­fes­ti­val.com

pri­mav­era Sound

When: 31 May - 4 June Where: Barcelona, Spain Line-up: Ar­cade Fire, the xx, Frank Ocean, Bon Iver, Solange, Skepta WHY We LOVE it: It’s one of Europe’s big­gest in­die fes­ti­vals and it brings to­gether a di­verse col­lec­tion of artists. From big names to up-and-com­ing stars, there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one. Tick­ets: from £70 per day, pri­mav­era­sound.es

Su­per Bock Su­per rock

When: 13-15 July Where: Lisbon, por­tu­gal Line-up: Red hot Chili Pep­pers, Lon­don Gram­mar, Deftones WHY We LOVE it: De­spite be­ing one of the big­gest fes­ti­vals in the coun­try, it’s rel­a­tively low­pro­file, but al­ways boasts a great line-up. And who doesn’t need an ex­cuse to visit Lisbon? Tick­ets: from £48 per day, su­per­bock­su­per­rock.pt

Ul­tra europe

When: 14-16 July Where: Croa­tia Line-up: David Guetta, Alesso, Jamie Jones WHY We LOVE it: Orig­i­nat­ing in Mi­ami, Ul­tra Europe brings to­gether some of the world’s big­gest DJS. Make sure you kick off the week­end in style by book­ing into the Ul­tra Open­ing Party on 13 July. Tick­ets: from £145 , ul­traeu­rope.com

FYF Fest

When: 21-23 July Where: Los An­ge­les Line-up: Missy El­liott, Björk, Frank Ocean, Iggy Pop, Solange, MGMT WHY We LOVE it: the in­cred­i­ble line-up! the F**k Yeah Fes­ti­val, also known as FYF, not only hosts an un­beat­able ar­ray of artists, but last year it also fea­tured dance­floors, ar­cades and book stores. Tick­ets: from £100 per day, fyffest.com

Cap­ture the fes­ti­val spirit in hun­gary Su­per­star DJS… here we go!

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