The Hottest Winter Music Festivals Worth Booking Right Now
Still searching for the place to be during the holiday season? The perfect party is closer to you then you think. Why waste time looking for that random house party or waiting in a freezing cold line to get into that new club when there are far better options. No disrespect to clubbing and house parties, arguably the best way to blow off steam during the year, but unlike clubs and bars that are open year-round, these festivals unfortunately, are not. If looking to take a quick break from the club scene or family dinners, these winter festivals should have you covered.
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The Heart Festival in Miami, Florida starts December 6th! But ends the 7th. This weekend experience is unlike any other. Patrons of this festival will get to see a 63-act experience at the unbelievable Wynwood Factory. This festival is known for bringing together one of the best lineups and is said to be unlike any other, starring some of the best that techno music has to offer, which introduces he Martinez Brothers, Sasha & John Digweed, Damian Lazarus, Cassy, Bedouin, and more.
Snowglobe Music Festival
Located in Lake Tahoe, California Snowglobe is one of the best winter festivals one can attend. There’s no better way to welcome another year than with Snowglobe. The festival is a large bucket list item for many and it’s time you make it happen for yourself. Regular GA pass is $199. This New Year’s celebration is obviously more affordable than ordering bottle service at the bar or all the other pricey alternatives out there.
Located in Tulum, Mexico, Project Sound is one of the hottest winter festivals south of the border. Hosted between January 4 – 6, switch things up from the cold by traveling to bright, sunny Mexico. Project Sound welcomess music lovers deep into the jungle of Tulum at their newly built club where you can find the sets of Solomon, Maceo Plex, Ame and Dixon. This Instagram-worthy location is precisely what you need to lighten up your winter season, so don’t wait and let this trip pass.
Located in Montreal, Canada and hosted from mid-January to February, the music is non-stop at Igloofest. In fact, entertainment goers have not one, but four different weekend options throughout the month of January to early February. Because the performers are different every weekend, there’s no disgrace in attending all four sets of dates. With shopping incentives floating all across the internet, it’s best to grab some snow shoes ASAP before heading up to Montreal.
E Komo Mai
Found in Oahu, Hawaii E Komo Mai winter festival is anything but that image of a cold, snowy winter. Between February 14 – 17 this festival is set in sunny Honolulu, so for those looking to escape the cold, this festival is the one for you. In native Hawaiian, “E Komo Mai” means “All Are Welcome” and inviting everyone to the island of Oahu is exactly what this festival aspires to do. Over three days, you get to know the island along with some of the most unbelievable artists including DJ Dan, Doc Martin, Mikey Lion, Sacha Robotti and Kill Frenzy. Plus, as the celebration gets closer, more names will be announced!