Our Best Deals on Music Festivals Near You
We all love music, and from time to time, it feels great to binge on it. Specifically, at a music festival, where you can enjoy a full day of entertainment, typically leading up to major headliners at the end of the night. Whether you're heading to country music festivals, jazz festivals, or anything in between, these events immerse you in your favorite genre of music.
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Top Music Festival Deals for 2017
Starfest Music Festival | Lil Wayne, Flo Rida, The Original Dodger & More
Sept. 9, Plano, TX | See deal for Starfest Music Festival here.
Five-time Grammy winner Lil' Wayne headlines this hip-hop/EDM festival. Expect Weezy to perform his biggest hits, "Lollipop," "Got Money," and "A Milli." Supporting will be Flo Rida, the Florida-based rapper who has dominated the airwaves since "Low" hit number #1 in 2008.
OctFest Music and Beer Fest | Guided By Voices, Charles Bradley, Okkervil River & More
Sept. 9, Brooklyn, NY | See deal for OctFest Music and Beer Fest here.
One of the best rock festivals of the year, the Pitchfork Media-promoted OctFest includes indie veterans Guided by Voices and Okkervil River, plus the James Brown-esque vocal stylings of soul singer Charles Bradley. Craft beer from Rogue Brewing, Bronx Brewing, and more make this just as much a beer festival as a music fest.
Garden State Country Music Festival | Dan + Shay, Eli Young Band, Chase Rice & More
Sept. 30–Oct. 1, Atlantic City | See deal for Garden State Country Music Festival here.
Country music meets food trucks at this New Jersey fest, starring Eli Young Band, a Texas-based country-rock band known for their hits "Drunk Last Night" and "Crazy Girl." Headlining on the first night is Dan + Shay, a poppier duo with hits "Nothin' Like You" and "From the Ground Up."
Los Dells Festival 2017 | Maná, Daddy Yankee, Nicky Jam & More
Sept. 2–3, Mauston, WI| See deal for Los Dells Festival tickets here.
Billed as the Midwest's first Latin American arts and music festival, Los Dells Festival 2017 features Mexican rocker Maná, a four-time Grammy winner, and Puerto Rican reggaetón stars Daddy Yankee and Nicky Jam.
American Music Festival | 311, Rebelution, 3 Doors Down, & More
Sept. 1–3, Virginia Beach | See deal for American Music Festival here.
One of year's best rock festivals, the American Music Festival leads off with 311, a fan favorite best known for its genre-bending tunes and creative live shows. On the third night, the festival ends with The Wallflowers, which had a major hits in the 90s with "One Headlight."
Punk in Drublic Craft Beer and Music Fest | NoFX, Bad Religion & Less than Jake
Sept. 16, Tacoma, WA | See deal for Punk in Drublic Fest here.
More than a dozen breweries will be on hand at this cheeky punk-rock fest, headlined by some of the genre's best. Ska/hardcore legends NoFX share headliner status with Bad Religion. Each has been fighting the man for 3+ decades.
Susie's Cause Bluegrass-Folk-Classical Festival | Mark O'Connor and the O'Connor Band, Sierra Hull, John Sebastian & More
Sept. 9 in Cockeysville, MD | See deal for Susie's Cause here.
Benefiting the Susan Cohen Colon Cancer Foundation, this festival at Oregon Ridge Park will feature three-time Grammy winner and violinist Mark O'Connor, as well as a number of folk artists, banjo pickers, and more.
2017 Red Cat Jazz Festival | Ronnie Laws, Marion Meadows, Mike Phillips & More
Sept. 30–Oct. 1, LaPorte, TX | See deal for Red Cat Jazz Fest here.
Located outside of Houston along LaPorte's Gulf Coast, the 2017 Red Cat Jazz Festival will include funk-saxophone extraordinaire Ronnie Laws of Earth, Wind, and Fire, plus soprano sax artist Marion Meadows, best known for the 1991 hit "For Lovers Only."
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