Top 3 most popular festivals of all time in the United States

These are the best festivals in America. Today we will discuss about Top 3 most popular festivals of all time in the United States.

Top 3 most popular festivals of all time in the United States

Top 3 most popular festivals of all time in the United States

1: Gov Ball.

The Governors Ball Music Festival (commonly referred to as Governors Ball or Gov Ball) is a multi-day music festival held in New York City. Launched in 2011 by original founders Jordan Wolowitz, Tom Russell, Yoni Reisman, the festival features a range of genres and styles of music, including rock, electronic, hip-hop, indie, Americana, pop, folk, and more. 

The inaugural Governors Ball was held on June 18, 2011, on Governors Island in New York City. The one-day festival was headlined by Girl Talk, Pretty Lights and Empire of the Sun. Governors Ball Music Festival 2011 recorded the highest attendance of any event in Governors Island’s history, beating Dave Matthews Band Caravan and BassNectar’s Bass Island in 2011.

2: Bonnaroo Arts and Music Festival.

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is an American annual four-day music festival developed and founded by Superfly Presents and AC Entertainment. Since its first year in 2002, it has been held in Manchester, Tennessee on a 700-acre (280 ha) farm now at Great Stage Park. The festival usually begins on the second Thursday in June and lasts for four days.

The festival was ranked as one of the “50 Moments That Changed Rock” in 2003 by Rolling Stone magazine.

3: Electric Forest.

Electric Forest is a multi-genre music festival produced by Madison House Presents and Insomniac Events, with a focus on electronic music and jam band genres. Originally named the Rothbury Festival, in 2008 it was held at the Double JJ Resort in Rothbury, Michigan. In 2017, Electric Forest was nominated for Festival of the Year at the Electronic Music Awards. The event was not held in 2020 or 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Rothbury Music Festival took place on 3–6 July. The first year saw 30,202 in attendance. This figure is based on Madison House’s promise that US$2 per ticket sold will go to Grant Township. According to the Muskegon Chronicle, the festival donated $60,404 to Grant Township.


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