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September 5 – 7: Berlin Festival, Germany

This all-weekend event allows revelers to party for 48 hours. Filled with huge acts, art installations, colour and craziness, this years Berlin Festival guarantees a melting pot of creativity true to the city. Artists including Bombay Bicycle Club, Jessie Ware and Björk will ensure this will be an unforgettable party.

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August 9 – 16: Barrakud, Croatia

This electronic adventure blends the best of the European club scene with seaside relaxation. There’s a lot of love in the air as ravers unite as family, all to the tune of Sven Vath and Dubfire.

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August 1 – 3: Off Festival, Poland

Get funky at this three-day celebration. There’s something for everyone with afro-beat, electronic, funk, punk, rap and more. This is a Polish party not to be missed!

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July 18 – 20: Melt! Festival, Germany

Portishead, Röyksopp & Robyn, Moderat, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Haim, Metronomy and many more artists to perform in front of the industrial backdrop of Ferropolis.

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June 29 – July 6: Rosklide Festival, Copenhagen

Those with an eclectic taste in music can head to Denmark for a week-long bop to bands from across the globe, with festival profits going towards a selection of humanitarian projects.

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June 20 – 22: Secret Solstice, Iceland

Making its debut this year, this Midnight Sun Music Festival takes advantage of Iceland’s 24-hour daylight to keep an eclectic medley of music coming well into the night. The site features its own pool and petting zoo, and, set over the Summer Solstice weekend, the whole shebang blends Norse mythology and Icelandic tradition with super-modern tunes.

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June 13 – 21: Festival of World Sacred Music, Morocco

Taking over the whole town, this festival features evening concerts in the Medina, free al-fresco entertainment and spiritual Sufi evenings, all based around 2014’s theme: “Journey of Culture”. Certainly different…

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June 13 – 22: NXNE 7, Canada

Toronto is taken over by bands, films and comedians for a 10-day cultural extravaganza. Boats, parks and downtown venues are just some of the unique backdrops around the city.

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June 12 – 15: Bonnaroo, Manchester, USA

Bonnaroo – literally meaning ‘a really good time’ – promises to live up to its name. Despite its relative infancy, the festival has attracted some big acts, with past performances from Paul McCartney, My Morning Jacket, Bob Dylan, The White Stripes and Wu-Tang Clan. The event also prides itself on its environmental efforts, so you can rock out guilt-free.

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May 2 – 4: Beale St Festival, Memphis

Contemporary rock, blues and soul combine in the hometown of American tunes. Tom Lee Park will play host to Kid Rock and Alabama Shakes. One of the coolest festivals going.

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May 12 – June 2: Prague Music Fest

If you’ve got sophisticated tastes, take a trip to cultural Prague in May to enjoy classical concerts with orchestras and singers from across the globe at its Spring International Music Festival.

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April 24 – 27: Moogfest, USA

Kraftwerk, Pet Shop Boys and M.I.A are just some of the big names drawn to the festival’s 6th anniversary in Asheville. There will also be a host of cultural conferences during the day.

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April 19 – 20, DGTL Festival, Amsterdam

The city’s old shipyard comes alive over the Easter weekend with the sound of underground electronica playing across six stages. All this just a short ferry ride away from the main tourist attractions.

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April 17 – 21: Bluesfest, Australia

Take a trip home to help celebrate the 25th anniversary of Bluesfest. John Johnson, John Mayer and Elvis Costello and his Imposters will take to the seven stages, with a five-day pass setting you back around £366, and day tickets about £104.

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April 13 – 17: Songkran, Thailand

Most of South and Southeast Asia celebrate New Year in April and they do it by throwing water at each other for five days – fire trucks and even elephants get involved too. Awesome.

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April 11 – 20: Coachella, California

The dusty plains of the Californian desert once again play host to one of the most revered of American festivals, which this year is headlined by Muse, Arcade Fire, and OutKast. Make sure you also check out the view from the festival’s iconic Ferris wheel.

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April 12 – 13: Penang World Music Festival, Malaysia

After a brief three-year hiatus, Penang’s global festival returned in triumphant manner for the spring of 2013. Once again, this year looks set to pull together a riotous mix of vivacious rhythms from both local and international artists. The two-day event also boasts an interactive element, with art and music workshops encouraging guests to get involved.

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April 5 – 6: Lollapalooza, Brazil

Lollapalooza brings a bold line-up to stages across North and South America, which this year includes Arcade Fire and Vampire Weekend. Up to 160,000 visitors are expected to descend on the Interlagos Circuit to embrace the Brazilian party atmosphere.

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