Don’t Have the Money for Coachella, Here are Some Festivals That Won’t Break the Bank
With Coachella announcing their lineup for the 2016 summer and many other huge festivals to soon announce their lineups as well, I thought I would help out the people who don't have tons of money to spend on these ridiculous tickets. For instance, a three-day pass at Coachella is average $400, Sasquatch for a four-day pass is $350 (which isn't really that bad) and many others are either around there or more expensive (Bonnaroo, Lollapolooza, and Outside Lands).
So I decided to help out the little guy. Here are my Top 5 Festivals that won't break the bank and you will actually enjoy.
This is a cool, local music festival that won't break the bank and has an amazing lineup. Based in the gorgeous scenery of Ennis, MT, this festival has all different kinds of music to please everyone. I highly recommend this festival for this summer. Find out more HERE.
Who wouldn't want to go to a music festival over Halloween? This one in Tempe, AZ is perfect for the person who loves metal, alternative and classic rock. Last year's lineup included John Fogerty, Tool, Primus, Rob Zombie and many others.
This festival is a cool concept. They happen in different towns every year, mostly in the northwest and have some of the best names in rock. Last year in Walla Walla, Washington they had the Foo Fighters, The Flaming Lips, Mumford and Sons, The Tuneyards and many others.
Still a great and pretty inexpensive festival features all different types of music but mostly hip hop and EDM. Set right before New Year's in Lake Tahoe this is an amazing, special festival to go to. Last year they had G-Eazy, Jack U, Kaskade and Dillon Francis to name a few.
This might be the biggest value of them all. Eleven days, over 80 bands and if you get the power pass, it's only $90. Some of the bands last year were The Rolling Stones, Florida Georgia Line, Kendrick Lamar, Linkin Park, Zac Brown Band, Stevie Wonder and so many more. I highly recommend checking this one out. Find out more HERE.