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Electric forest. Since Sam Chui is still alive emirates will gonna make 20 thousands per flight 😂. Available 24 hours a day, Mintel's global public relations team is pleased to provide accredited journalists with access to our research, arrange interviews with our expert analysts and share the latest insights across categories and countries. August 23rd, 2019 August 23rd, 2019 As many of Britains students descend on Leeds and Reading this bank holiday weekend, new research from Mintel finds Britain is officially a nation of revellers with over a quarter (26% of UK adults attending a music festival in the last year alone. Up from 22% in 2018, festival attendance is at its highest level in four years – despite the UKs biggest festival, Glastonbury, taking its traditional ‘fallow year off in 2018. Soaking up the festival spirit, half (49% of Generation Z (consumers aged 16-19) attended a music festival in the last year. They are joined by 43% of Millennials (aged 20-39) and 19% of Generation X (40-54-year-olds. Such is Britains love of live music that, according to Mintel research, a staggering 61% of festival-goers would prioritise going to a music festival over a holiday within the UK; and 57% would prioritise this over a European holiday. The top reason for visiting a music festival or concert is to see a particular artist (45. however, more and more people are motivated by the social aspect of a live event. This includes enjoying time with friends/family (41. meeting new people (19% and to take pictures/selfies (15. Meanwhile, as many as seven in 10 (69% event-goers say that the range of alternative activities (eg non-music) available at a music event is important, up from 64% in 2018. Health, adventure and immersive themes are continuing to be paired with music and this is becoming more vital, as 48% of those aged 19 and under attend music events for the entire experience. Mintel research also reveals that concert attendance is rising as almost four in 10 (38% UK adults attended a music concert in the last year* up from 34% in 2018. Overall, Mintel estimates the value of the UK music festivals and concerts market to be worth just over 2. 6 billion in 2019, up from 2. 46 billion in 2018. Lauren Ryan, UK Leisure Analyst at Mintel, said: “The growth in music festivals and concert attendance is being driven by a weakened Pound, due to economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit. As a result, events in the UK are now perceived as better value for both British and overseas music fans who are searching for their summer festival fix. We expect festival attendance will continue to increase with the rise of ‘day festivals which appeal to wider audiences. Evolving consumer demand for unique experiences means focus on non-music elements, such as wellness activities, is becoming more important. In an increasingly crowded marketplace where organisers often share headline acts throughout the season, alternative and unique offerings drive attendance and can define a brand. ” Eco impact is a key concern for attendees Not only do young people want more from festivals, they also expect operators to make it easier for them to behave sustainably: 67% of music event-goers, peaking at 71% of Millennials, try to limit their environmental impact when attending a music event – using initiatives such as recycling and travelling by public transport. This comes as half (48% of UK adults make efforts to reduce their carbon footprint. “Live music events have benefited greatly from romanticised perceptions still lingering from the birth of festival culture. However, rising popularity means the environmental impact of live music events has hit exponential levels. Companies and brands across the events sector now risk being left behind in the midst of social change regarding climate impact and waste levels. “As line-ups become more homogenised and the number of events continues to rise, concerts and festivals must consider the long-term benefits of positive perceptions regarding environmental impact. Smaller, boutique festivals in particular have much to benefit, as this provides an opportunity to distinguish themselves from larger events. Environmentalism can lend to marketing events as an ‘authentic festival experience – which align more closely with the counterculture origin of music festivals. ” Lauren adds. Festivals put nation of queuers to the test While a common sight at music festivals and concerts, a third of attendees (33% would like time spent waiting to pay for food and drink to be reduced. Safety is also a high priority, as 32% of event-goers would like to see a reduction in crime (i. e. theft. On a less glamorous – albeit necessary – note, shorter queues for toilets is the most desired improvement at UK music concerts and festivals, with 52% of female attendees looking for operators to reduce waiting times, compared to 37% of men. Finally, Mintel research reveals a spike in usage of contactless wristbands at music events as some 37% of music event-goers have used a wristband for purchasing at a music concert or festival in the last year, up from 27% in 2018. This upward trend suggests event organisers are responding to rapidly evolving consumer expectations, most notably their preference to be cash-free at music events (61. “Digital payments could revolutionise the events industry, particularly for remote events like festivals. As so many attendees want events to improve waiting times while purchasing food and drink, it is crucial that strategies are implemented in order to streamline the experience and maximise ancillary spending. ” Lauren concludes. * in the year to May 2019.

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The Company was founded by John Doe. 1. 1 Products and Services The primary revenue center for events will come from the direct sale of tickets for events as well as from corporate sponsorships. These corporate sponsors will co-brand each event held by the business. Secondary revenues will come from sales of concessions, merchandise, parking, vendor fees, and other revenue centers. The third section of the business plan will further describe the services offered by the Music Festival. 1. 2 The Financing Mr. Doe is seeking to raise 125, 000 from as a bank loan. The interest rate and loan agreement are to be further discussed during negotiation. This business plan assumes that the business will receive a 10 year loan with a 9% fixed interest rate. The financing will be used for the following: • Development of the Companys office location. • Financing for the first six months of operation. • Capital to purchase sound equipment. Mr. Doe will contribute 25, 000 to the venture. 1. 3 Mission Statement It is the goal of Music Festival, Inc. to provide its booked artists with a large scale venue that will reach thousands of people. 1. 4 Mangement Team The Company was founded by John Doe. Doe has more than 10 years of experience in the music industry. Through his expertise, he will be able to bring the operations of the business to profitability within its first year of operations. 1. 5 Sales Forecasts Mr. Doe expects a strong rate of growth at the start of operations. Below are the expected financials over the next three years. 1. 6 Expansion Plan The Founder expects that the business will aggressively expand during the first three years of operation. Doe intends to implement marketing campaigns that will effectively target individuals within the target market. 2. 0 Company and Financing Summary 2. 1 Registered Name and Corporate Structure Music Festival, Inc. The Company is registered as a corporation in the State of New York. 2. 2 Required Funds At this time, the Music Festival requires 125, 000 of debt funds. Below is a breakdown of how these funds will be used: 2. 3 Investor Equity Mr. Doe is not seeking an investment from a third party at this time. 2. 4 Management Equity John Doe owns 100% of the Music Festival, Inc. 2. 5 Exit Strategy If the business is very successful, Mr. Doe may seek to sell the business to a third party for a significant earnings multiple. Most likely, the Company will hire a qualified business broker to sell the business on behalf of the Music Festival. Based on historical numbers, the business could fetch a sales premium of up to 3 to 7 times the previous years earnings. 3. 0 Products and Services Below is a description of the services offered by the Music Festival. 3. 1 Music Festival As stated in the executive summary, the Company intends to operate large scale music festivals and events within the target market. Each event will feature a number of high profile artists/performers. Prior to the onset of operations, the business will aggressively develop ongoing relationships with booking agents throughout the country to ensure that artists will begin to appear at hosted events as soon as the Company begins operations. In regards to revenues, the business will generate income from the following: • Ticket Sales • Ticket Processing Fees • Corporate Sponsorships • Sales of Merchandise • Concession Sales • Camping/RV Hook Up Fees • Vendor Fees • Parking Fees 4. 0 Strategic and Market Analysis 4. 1 Economic Outlook This section of the analysis will detail the economic climate, the music event industry, the customer profile, and the competition that the business will face as it progresses through its business operations. Currently, the economic market condition in the United States is moderate. The meltdown of the sub prime mortgage market coupled with increasing gas prices has led many people to believe that the US is on the cusp of a double dip economic recession. This slowdown in the economy has also greatly impacted real estate sales, which has halted to historical lows. 4. 2 Industry Analysis Within the United States there is a tremendous demand among celebrities, music groups/musicians, and other artists to gain market visibility through events and promotion. There are 6, 500 businesses that provide these services to entertainers via the hosting of events, individual performances, and musical festivals. The aggregate revenue generated by these people and businesses is in excess of 4 billion dollars each year. The industry employs approximately 40, 000 people, and disburses 2 billion dollars in payrolls. During the last economic census, it was found that the number of businesses operated within this industry has increased at a rate of 28% every five years. However, gross receipts have increased 65% over the same period. This is primarily attributed to the fact that the demand for musical festivals and its associated services have become exponentially more complicated as the number of new technologies and artistic media have increased. 4. 3 Customer Profile Management anticipates that its primary audience will be people between the ages of 15 and 45 that enjoy live performance events. This encompasses a very broad array of demographics and psychographics, and as such, it is very difficult to accurately determine the average person that will attend a Music Festival, Inc. hosted event, festival, or performance. However, among people between the ages of 21 and 45, Management has documented the following demographics: • Income of 35, 000 a year or more • Lives within 100 miles of the New York metropolitan area. • Will purchase CDs and/or T-shirts of artists at a concert • Will have parking needs 4. 4 Competitive Analysis This is one of the sections of the business plan that you must write completely on your own. The key to writing a strong competitive analysis is that you do your research on the local competition. Find out who your competitors are by searching online directories and searching in your local Yellow Pages. If there are a number of competitors in the same industry (meaning that it is not feasible to describe each one) then showcase the number of businesses that compete with you, and why your business will provide customers with service/products that are of better quality or less expensive than your competition. 5. 0 Marketing Plan Music Festival intends to maintain an extensive marketing campaign that will ensure maximum visibility for the business in its targeted music markets. Below is an overview of the marketing strategies and objectives of the Music Festival. 5. 1 Marketing Objectives • Establish relationships with booking agents within the targeted market. • Develop an online presence by developing a website and placing the Companys name and contact information with online directories. 5. 2 Marketing Strategies Management intends to use a qualified advertising and marketing firm to help the business reach its intended audience of people that enjoy music festivals and popular artist acts. This campaign will include the use of traditional print and media advertising as well as the Internet. In regards to promoting artists and music productions, the Company will use many forms of promotion and distribution to generate an audience for its musical festivals. These forms of promotion include use of radio, television, and print advertisements throughout the greater New York metropolitan area. will also develop an expansive online platform that will allow individuals to see schedules of events, ticket pricing schedules, and relevant contact and directions information. This website will also feature functionality so that people can directly purchase tickets to hosted events directly from the Company. 5. 3 Pricing In this section, describe the pricing of your services and products. You should provide as much information as possible about your pricing as possible in this section. However, if you have hundreds of items, condense your product list categorically. This section of the business plan should not span more than 1 page. 6. 0 Organizational Plan and Personnel Summary 6. 1 Corporate Organization 6. 2 Organizational Budget 6. 3 Management Biographies In this section of the business plan, you should write a two to four paragraph biography about your work experience, your education, and your skill set. For each owner or key employee, you should provide a brief biography in this section. 7. 0 Financial Plan 7. 1 Underlying Assumptions • Music Festival, Inc. will have an annual revenue growth rate of 16% per year. • The Owner will acquire 125, 000 of debt funds to develop the business. • The loan will have a 10 year term with a 9% interest rate. 7. 2 Sensitivity Analysis The Companys revenues are moderately sensitive to changes in the general economy. As the country is currently in an economic recession, the demand for entertainment has waned given that consumers have less discretionary income. However, the decline in demand among entertainment businesses has been slight, and many people see attending an event/festival/concert as a lower cost alternative to more expensive forms of entertainment. 7. 3 Source of Funds 7. 4 General Assumptions 7. 5 Profit and Loss Statements 7. 6 Cash Flow Analysis 7. 7 Balance Sheet. 7. 8 General Assumptions 7. 9 Business Ratios Expanded Profit and Loss Statements Expanded Cash Flow Analysis.

UK music festivals are renowned around the globe for their creativity and their clout in capturing the coolest acts around. They also form one of the most saturated music festival markets in the world. We give you the ultimate lowdown on the best UK music festivals in 2020, including the almighty Glastonbury, TRNSMT,  Isle of Wight, Reading & Leeds, Download, Boomtown and Latitude. Related: TOP 50: The Best Music Festivals in the World Top 15 Music Festivals in the USA What to Wear to a Festival Top 20 Music Festivals in Europe 2020 Top 10 Electronic Music Festivals in the UK Glastonbury Festival Festival lineup: Sir Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift, Diana Ross + many more to be announced The clear standout from this list, Glastonbury sets the bar when it comes to worldwide music festivals. It hosts the biggest names in music on its famous Pyramid Stage, but it's the other side of Glastonbury that really sets it apart. Take a stroll through Shangri-La – the festival's night time district – and you'll be thrown into a themed world full of immersive theatre and shenanigans, soundtracked by electronic music's finest and underground names. Or just up the path there's Arcadia, the sprawling spider-like, flame-throwing structure, open to only the most hardcore ravers, or the more cosier circus and cabaret field, where some of the country's best comedians come together with drag queens and trapeze magicians. When & where:  24-28 June 2020, Pilton Glastonbury Festival 2020 Guide Boomtown Festival lineup (2019)  The Streets, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Prophets of Rage, Chase & Status, Chronixx, Groove Armada, Slaves, UB40 A boiling pot of vibrancy, theatre, fantasy, escapism and camaraderie, Boomtown Fair is a hub of diverse and non-commercialised musical movements whose roots stretch far and wide. Consisting of nine districts with a different emphasis, you may be chilling to some folk one minute, and then travelling at 180 BPM to some drum & bass the next. When & where:  12-17 August 2020, Winchester Creamfields Festival lineup:  Armin van Buuren, Pendulum – TRINITY, CamelPhat + many more to be announced Dance brand Cream has become a global superstar, taking its legendary parties across continents; and yet it all began as an offshoot from Liverpool's Cream nightclub. Now in Daresbury, Creamfields attracts tens of thousands every year seeking to party to the finest names in dance, along with immense visuals, lighting and pyrotechnics. Joined by a devoted following, Creamfields continues to shape the dance scene as we know it. When & where:  27-30 August 2020, Daresbury Creamfields 2020 Guide  /  Book Creamfields 2020 Lovebox Festival lineup:  Tyler, the Creator, Disclosure, Khalid, Anderson, Jorja Smith, Charli XCX, Hot Chip, FKA Twigs Londons beat lovers, freaks and hipsters convene for an annual party created by Groove Armada. A colourful mix of dance dons, rock gods, vintage markets, bespoke bars and fairground tides, Lovebox is a carousel of creativity. When & where: 12-14 June 2020, London Lovebox 2020 Guide & Waiting List Read more: TOP 10: Hip-Hop & Urban Festivals In Europe The Best Music Festivals in London Fusion Festival Festival lineup (2019)   Rudimental, Little Mix, Dizzee Rascal, Anne-Marie, John Newman, Clean Bandit, Jonas Blue, Sigala Fusion Festival is one of the UK's go-to pop music festival, each year bringing some of the genre's biggest stars to Liverpool for a weekend of catchy sing-a-longs. When & where:  August/September 2020, Liverpool Fusion Festival 2020 Guide & Waiting List Camp Bestival Festival lineup (2019) Jess Glynne, The Human League, Sister Sledge, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Annie Mac, Grandmaster Flash, The Wailers, Ash With all the playful nonsense of its naughty older sister event Bestival, Camp Bestival offers the same novelty of fancy dress and late night silliness, but with a twist: its completely family friendly. Taking place in a beautiful English castle, it has everything from medieval jousting to face painting with music, comedy and poets hand-picked by Rob da Bank. When & where:  30 July - 2 Aug 2020, Lulworth Castle Camp Bestival 2020 Guide & Waiting List Top 10 Family Festivals Latitude Festival Festival lineup:  HAIM, Liam Gallagher, The Chemical Brothers, Michael Kiwanuka, The Lumineers, Keane, Charlie XCX, James Vincent McMorrow Taking over the idyllic English countryside, Latitude is, as its tagline proclaims, much more than just a music festival. With DJs hidden in the woods, colourful sheep roaming the tufty fields, opera on the lake, film debuts in its onsite cinema, clowns under canvas, actors treading the boards, local ales, dance troupes and a huge childrens area, there's something to keep whatever age entertained. Oh, and theres a full programme of music too. When & where:  16-19 July 2020, Southwold Latitude Festival 2020 Guide & Waiting List Boardmasters Festival Festival lineup: Skepta, Kings of Leon, The 1975, Dizzee Rascal, The Kooks, Loyle Carner, Mura Masa, Damian Marley Hidden amongst the swell and sunshine of the south-west coast of England, Boardmasters mixes the best boarders in the world – whether theyre surfers or skaters – with BMX kings, and soundtracks the action with dance dons, folk stars, and pop favourites. With cliff-top sessions and surf shack shows, it's only a cocktail short of the best weekend of the year. Ready to make your Instagram followers jealous? When & where:  5-9 August 2020, Newquay Boardmasters Festival 2020 Guide  / Book Boardmasters Festival 2020 Download Festival Festival lineup:  KISS, Iron Maiden, System of a Down, Korn, Deftones, The Offspring, Disturbed Probably the most prestigious hard rock and heavy metal festival in the world, Download took over from the legendary Monsters of Rock Festival at Derby's Donington Park. Its three days packed full of the biggest names from the 70s right up to the newest generation, and if the heavier end of the spectrum is your thing then Download will take a heck of a lot of beating. When & where:  12-14 June 2020, Derby Download Festival 2020 Guide & Waiting List Houghton Festival Festival lineup: Ricardo Villalobos, Helena Hauff, Ben UFO, Hunee, Midland, Four Tet, DJ Stingray, Lena Wilikens Few festivals – if any – make as remarkable an impression after only two editions as Houghton Festival has. Curated by British electronic music veteran Craig Richards and produced by another firm favourite Gottwood, the festival's first two events have won praise on basically all counts – lineup, scheduling, sound quality, location, atmosphere. Let's hope they can keep it up. When & where: 6-9   August 2020, Houghton Houghton Festival 2020 Guide South West Four Festival lineup: Major Lazer, The Streets, Kano, Krept & Konan, Rudimental, Kelis, Andy C, Stefflon Don If London ever needed an extra club, South West Four is it. And what a club it is. Forget those tasteless, champagne with sparklers joints, this is an open-air party palace that sorts out the essentials first: music, music and more music. A coming together of the EDM world, their understudies, and up-and-coming stars, the four stages of house, techno, minimal, trance and electronica will fill your ears for the evening, before you head out to one of the countless after parties. When & where:  29-30 August 2020, London South West Four 2020 Guide  / Book South West Four 2020 Tickets Green Man Festival Festival lineup (2019) Four Tet, Father John Misty, IDLES, Sharon Van Etten, Broken Social Scene, Stereolab, Amadou & Mariam, Maribou State As far as festival locations go, Green Man Festival takes in the might of the UKs landscape with its backdrop of the Brecon Beacons Black Mountains in Wales, and the folk-led lineup fits it perfectly. Hidden in the hills are 1, 500 performers to discover across the comedy, theatre and literary worlds, complimented by the host local ales and ciders on offer, and the various spas and therapies to nurse away those hangovers. When & where:  20-23 August 2020, Brecon Beacons Green Man Festival 2020 Guide Isle of Wight Festival Festival lineup:  Lionel Richie, Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol, The Chemical Brothers, Duran Duran, Happy Mondays, Primal Scream, James Arthur The reincarnation of one of the UKs first ever festivals continues to pull in the worlds biggest guitar slingers and the hottest craftsmen and women from pop and electronic genres. Born in 1968 and still rocking out strong 50 years later, IoW has lived through decades of musical and cultural change, always staying relevant and incredibly popular. When & where:  11-14 June 2020, Isle of Wight Isle of Wight Festival 2020 Guide  / Book Isle of Wight Festival 2020 Isle of Wight Festival: A History in Photos Isle of Wight Festival: We Look Back at Five Legendary Sets Reading & Leeds Festivals Festival lineup: Liam Gallagher + many more to be announced Reading and Leeds are the type of riotous events that Bank Holidays are made for, providing a platform for rising and established indie bands, metal groups, next generation dance, hip hop and alternative pop acts. If they aint playing here, they aint worth seeing. When & where: 27-30 August 2020, Reading & Leeds Reading Festival 2020 Guide & Waiting List Leeds Festival 2020 Guide & Waiting List We Are FSTVL Festival lineup: Carl Cox, Nina Kraviz, CamelPhat, Alan Fitzpatrick, Charlotte de Witte, Andy C, The Black Madonna, Jamie Jones With its Best Medium-Sized Festival prize still gleaming from its gantries, We Are FSTVL continues to go from strength to strength, with even more colour and more incredible EDM masters. Try its 16 stages, 200 DJs, stylised stages and VIP arena with bubbling hot tubs, spa treatments, gourmet food and champagne bars for a weekend (and hangover) youre unlikely to forget in a hurry. When & where:  23-24 May 2020, London We Are FSTVL 2020 Guide & Waiting List All Points East Festival lineup: Tame Impala, Kraftwerk 3D, Massive Attack, Caribou, Iggy Pop, Glass Animals, Johnny Marr, Neneh Cherry, Nils Frahm After a thrilling debut in 2018, All Points East returns to London's Victoria Park in 2019 looking to take things to an even higher level. From late May till early June they'll be laying on ten days of multi-flavoured music, comedy, outdoor film screenings, theatre, children's activities and more. When & where: 22-31 May 2020, London All Points East 2020 Guide  / Book All Points East 2020 TRNSMT Festival Festival lineup: Courteeners, Liam Gallagher, Lewis Capaldi, Ian Brown, Foals, Snow Patrol, Sam Fender, Rita Ora Started as a replacement for T in the Park, the city centre event includes all the revelry of a traditional music festival, but also gives festival-goers the chance to explore the city's bars, restaurants, nightclubs and cultural attractions. When & where:  10-12 July 2020, Glasgow TRNSMT Festival 2020 Guide Top 10 Music Festivals in Scotland Parklife Festival lineup: Tyler, the Creator, Skepta, Lewis Capaldi, Khalid, Jorja Smith, Giggs, Anderson & The Free Nationals, Robyn Parklife Festival is one of the UK's most popular and famous weekend music festivals, laying on a programme of diverse and cutting-edge music inside Manchester's Heaton Park. Curated by a number of the UK's most renowned clubbing brands, the weekender has rubber stamped its position at the very front of the country's dance music scene. When & where: 13-14 June 2020, Manchester Parklife Festival 2020 Guide  / Book Parklife Festival 2020 Tickets Wilderness Festival Festival lineup (2019)   Robyn, Bombay Bicycle Club, Groove Armada, Tom Odell, Caravan Palace, Tom Grennan, Eats Everything, Honey Dijon If theres one thing Britains festivals do brilliantly, its boutique bashes. One of the more posh and pretty gatherings in the event calendar, Oxfordshires Wilderness Festival is the type of place where you can watch a bona fide legend on the stage, enjoy a banquet feast, a science lecture, soak in a hot tub, and watch a one man performance of Shakespeares Hamlet. When & where:  August 2020, Charlbury Wilderness Festival 2020 Guide & Waiting List Wireless Festival Festival lineup (2019)   Cardi B, Travis Scott, AAP Rocky, Migos, Future, Tory Lanez, Lil Uzi Vert, Rae Sremmurd Wireless is not quite bigger than hip-hop, but it's certainly getting that way. This supafly soiree is the best chance to see a line up of urban legends, leaning heavily on the side of rap, grime, hip-hop and R&B. Pair that with fairground rides, chill out areas, bars and artists singing booths to keep days filled, and you'll begin to understand why this is the only UK date this pedigree of rap stars book in advance. When & where:  3-5 July 2020, London Wireless Festival 2020 Guide & Waiting List More like this: TOP 50: The Best Music Festivals in the World 2019 What to Wear to a Festival: Ultimate A-Z Top 20 Music Festivals in Europe 2019 TOP 10: Electronic Music Festivals in the UK Luke Nightingale Festicket Magazine Newsletter Sign up to Festicket newsletter and youll get festival offers and recommendations direct to your inbox. Well also keep you updated with the latest festival news and features from Festicket Magazine.

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The economics behind music festivals free downloads. The economics behind music festivals free download torrent. Glastonbury is so iconic. Definitely number 1. Coachella; Credit: Jamey hopkins/Wikipedia By Chris Parker It's as though the sad, lamentable death of recorded music was accompanied by a kick-ass wake. Sure, label executives have had to sell their fancy homes and put their kids in public schools, but the rest of us have been feasting on a musical smorgasbord. Nothing better exemplifies this than Coachella, the crown jewel among destination music festivals, a sort of spring break for music lovers. Three days of music, over 150 bands, repeated over two weekends (the second week starts on Friday) featuring a wonderful cross-section of music world old and new – Red Hot Chili Peppers, Moby, Wu Tang Clan, Social Distortion, Japandroids, Vampire Weekend, and more. Coachella is part of a rapid build-up in stationary music festivals, big and small, across the country and reflective of live music's explosion of growth since the millennium. While it won't compensate for a 50 percent drop in U. S. recorded music sales since 1999, concert ticket sales filled nearly 40 percent of that loss between 1999 and 2009. During that time, North American live music revenues trebled from 1. 5 billion to a peak of 4. 6 billion before receding a bit during the recession. Last year, concert revenues were 4. 3 billion versus 7 billion in music revenues (more than half digital, for the first time. While downloading may have sapped music sales, it's only amplified people's desire to experience music up close and personal. “You text. You don't call, you don't write notes. You don't pop up at your friends' house. You Skype. We're not touching each other, ” says the rapper Murs, who founded the Paid Dues festival in Los Angeles. “Technology has separated us so much, it's natural for us to have this desire to come together and [festivals] really cater to that communal nature. ” See also: Our Paid Dues 2013 review It's a booming business, even for newcomers. Last year Firefly Music Festival premiered at a racetrack in Dover, Delaware, drawing more than 30, 000 patrons daily, making in the neighborhood of 9 million in ticket sales alone. It's estimated to have injected upwards of 12 million into the local economy. “There's an increased trend of multi-faceted, social events and people are more willing than ever to make sure they don't miss out on experiential, destination weekends with friends, ” writes Joe Reynolds, CEO of Red Frog Events, the festival's founder. Sensing a score, the field's getting crowded. A hardly exhaustive list on Wikipedia logs 110 different major festivals across the country. Live Nation alone put on 18 last year, including Jay-Z's new Made in America, Sasquatch in the Gorge in Washington, and Atlanta's Music Midtown, each of which sold out. Three of the country's biggest, most established festivals – Coachella (47. 3 million, 78, 500 daily, six days) Lollapalooza (22. 5 million, 100, 000, three days) and Bonnaroo (30 million, 80, 000, four days) – regularly sell out early. That's the power of an established brand. A 2010 Bloomberg story pegged Bonnaroo's profits at 12 million a year, which would explain the 5 million in charitable donations made during its first decade of existence. It's also why so many promoters are taking their shot. When you consider the 254 million Coachella brought to the desert region around Indio (and 90 million to the city itself) you can see why a city would do whatever it can to help. Apparently that only holds until a festival's established itself, at which point you grab for more. (See, Indio proposed, then ultimately withdrew, a 4-6 million ticket tax. ) “One of the obvious reasons music festivals have taken off is a lot of people think they can make a lot of money with them, and it's not that easy, ” says Grayson Currin, who co-founded the Hopscotch Festival in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, now entering its fourth year. “The margins are pretty small. ” * Coachella founder Paul Tollet came up the way most festival promoters do – in bars and clubs. He began by booking his older brother's Perry's band The Targets. While attending Cal-Poly Pomona, Tollet hooked up with Goldenvoice founder Gary Tovar, who funded his promotion company with proceeds from pot dealing. Tovar eventually took a rap and went to jail, signing over his control in the company to Tollet and his partner Rick Van Santen in '91. They moved to a 200-square-foot Beverly Hills address to impress the booking agents and benefited from Nirvana's breakthrough as the bands they'd been promoting for years suddenly became big draws. They had plenty of cash flow, and were booking 175 shows a year, but were digging themselves deeper in debt. Coachella was going to be the big score that pulled them out of debt. Tollet described it as a “Hail Mary” in an OC Weekly story a year ago. He wasn't lying. They were sacked for 1 million. Goldenvoice vice president Skip Page recalls the accountant bawling loudly that last night of the first Coachella when it became clear how much money they'd lost. That would've been it, had it not been for the relationships Tollet had built with bands over the years. Headliners such as Beck, Rage Against the Machine, and Tool waited patiently for as many as five months to get paid. Employees regularly accepted checks with more bounce than a SuperBall. Tollet and Van Santen eventually sold their promotion company, Goldenvoice, to AEG Live for just enough money to pay off all the people they owed. (Tollet initially retained full control of Coachella and still holds 50 percent ownership. ) “Guys like us, we didn't make any money, ” says Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman, who attended Cal Poly-Pomona with Tollet and became friends. “Paul and myself, we had to bring in partners to make it work. Paul put his heart and soul into it, but it was his heart and soul, so he had to bring in AEG to share his whole business because he believed so much in it. I had to bring in Vans as a partner to kind of keep me going until we gained traction. I know that it takes a while to be successful. ” Sponsorship is key to any festival, even if it tries to keep things low-key – as Goldenvoice does at Coachella, more than its sister country-themed fest, Stagecoach, the following weekend. It can be the difference between losing and making money, especially in the beginning, and it helps salve the wounds when the weather turns foul. (Rain is an outdoor festival promoter's greatest enemy and single biggest wild card. ) Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell tried for a while to keep the corporate brands at bay but found sponsorships the only acceptable way to keep ticket prices down. From 2003 to 2010, music sponsorship of concerts and multi-day festivals doubled from 574 million annually to 1. 17 billion, with much of that increase coming from festivals. Of course, sponsorships aren't sitting on a shelf like bottles of Mountain Dew. The good ones typically are reserved for established festivals, and sometimes not even then. While there was a moment when Warner Brothers considered buying Paid Dues from Murs, he hasn't had any luck finding a top-of-the-bill partner for arguably the finest hip-hop festival in the country. This while securing backing from shoe companies for his solo tours. “It's funny because I haven't been approached by anyone. People tend to shy away from hip-hop. For something that's been proven as an art form and is here to stay – so many people back away from it. It's like pulling teeth to get a sponsorship. I appreciate Monster Energy, Heineken, and some of these sponsors for us, but to get a title sponsor…, ” Murs says with a sigh. “I understand it's a risk, because it's just the nature of hip-hop culture there are some violent aspects to it, but there's a difference between gangsta rap and what Paid Dues represents. ” Red Hot Chili Peppers Even after bringing in AEG Live, it wasn't all smooth sailing for Coachella. Its 2001 return was almost sunk by failure to land a suitable headliner. The festival received a lifeline from Farrell, who reunited Jane's Addiction for the second time to play Coachella. By 2003, it had begun to gather real steam with a headlining bill featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, Beastie Boys and a reunited The Stooges. By 2004 it was a sellout, and has remained so ever since. Even last year when it added a second weekend, it sold out in hours, the lineup still unannounced. “We've evolved to the point where there are a lot of artists who want to play Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and because these festivals are so well established and in some cases sell out before they even announce the talent, that puts the promoter in a very good negotiating position, ” says editor Gary Bongiovanni of industry trade publication Pollstar. “They're able to get better deals, though that only works with the established festivals. ” There are only so many big-name acts to anchor a big festival, and they earn good money. While the lowest-rung act at Coachella made 15, 000 in 2010, headliners can command seven figures. It's turned into a nice living for some acts. “There's a whole circuit of bands now that seems like all they do is play festivals, and it's turned into a fairly lucrative career, ” says Lyman, though the drop-off is steep from one shelf to the next. “It drops off very quickly. Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire, Mumford and Sons, Chili Peppers, you're at one echelon, and then [the money] does go down steeply. ” For bands further down the rungs, an appearance at a big festival like Coachella or Bonnaroo carries validation and helps attract the attention of other festival promoters. Beyond that, there's the opportunity to reach an audience who might never otherwise hear your band. “The festival scene has changed everything for musicians and bands. We're just thankful to be a part of it, ” says Adam Grace of alt-country group Truth & Salvage Co. “There's so many bands and so few slots to fill. It feels really good to kind of be in the club. It's so important doing it just to reach multitudes of people. We know one Bonnarroo performance in terms of fans can be worth three months of touring. So, business-wise, they're great gigs. That's why everyone wants to do them. ” The growth of dance music and outdoor festivals mirrors trends in Europe with longer traditions. England has several historic outdoor events, such as Reading and Leads and Glastonbury festivals. They have been in existence since the early '60s and '70s, respectively. The Glastonbury Festival draws more than 175, 000 a day, though it took 2012 off. That fervor has taken time to cross the pond. In England, live music has outsold recorded music since 2008. “Since Coachella has gone on, there are countless festivals around the [U. and we're now into our second generation of kids knowing how to go to festivals, ” says Lyman. “We didn't have that – unlike Europe where there's third and fourth generations of kids going to festivals. ” Explosive festival growth in Europe has sprouted 2, 500-3, 000 festivals yearly and 670 in England alone, a 73 percent increase since 2003. That's a lot more than here and cause for suggestions of over-saturation. Last year, it reached a breaking point. More than a dozen major English festivals shut down (Big Chill, Sonisphere, Cloud 9) thanks to the EU's ongoing financial troubles, Olympic competition (Glastonbury cited an expected shortage of porta-potties) and a very rainy summer. Market saturation, combined with the difficulty finding big enough acts for fans to justify the several-hundred-dollar expenditure, also contributed to the situation. “The economics are always difficult, in part because if there isn't an established festival, you have an awful lot of competition for that talent, ” says Bongiovanni. “There are certain weekends, especially over the summer, where there are so many major festivals going on in Europe, and it's amazing there's enough talent to spread around through them. ” In America, there's the added challenge that any independent concert promoter is competing with Live Nation and AEG Live, who have added leverage because they can promise additional gigs at area amphitheatres and clubs under their control. “We're in a situation of David and Goliath, where the larger festival is run by very big music corporations, ” says Jon Largay, founder of Phoenix's McDowell Mountain Music Fest. Nonetheless, MMMF scored a stellar lineup this year featuring the Roots, The Shins, Les Claypool, Heartless Bastards, Deer Tick, Edward Sharpe, Dr. Dog, Umphrey's McGee, and Yonder Mountain String band. “When you invite 40 bands to play, you don't have a total say in your ending lineup, ” he says, acknowledging that this time they got almost all their top choices. “We're very excited with the bands that elected to play this year, to a point where we're maybe a little lucky from that standpoint. Maybe our relationships with the agents are good and maybe they understand why we're doing it. ” The concert industry is about 60 percent the size of the recorded-music market over here. But that didn't prevent a number of bigger music festivals from shutting down during the last few years. Among them are South Florida's Langerado, Canada's Pemberton B. C., Catalpa Music Festival, New Jersey's All Points West, and Denver's Mile High Fest, the latter two created by Goldenvoice/AEG Live. All but Langerado failed to survive past their second year, a testament to the difficulty in getting a new festival off the ground, even for established operators. Melvin Benn, director of the UK promoters Festival Republic (Reading and Leeds, the canceled Big Chill) described it as “gambling in its crudest form, ” since a promoter usually promises to deliver the goods without knowing if people will show. The bigger companies may have even more incentive lately to pull the plug than smaller promoters, who can tolerate smaller margins and a slow build. “I don't think the climate to lose money to build a festival is out there anymore, because most of the companies that are behind these festivals are beholden to something, ” says Lyman. “They're beholden to a Live Nation, to their stockholders, and it's hard to justify going out there and losing a million bucks. ” This has opened the door for local promoters to launch festivals in secondary and tertiary markets that maybe don't always get the biggest acts. Music festivals' sometimes sketchy economics scare the big boys off. Bongiovanni reports this is still an area of great growth. “There are a lot of these events, and they're quite successful, but they're not looking to sell 100, 000 people, ” he says. “Obviously it's easier to do 20, 000. 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Photo by David Calderón on Unsplash How do you feel when you listen to music? Whether alone or with others, it is fascinating how powerfully music can engage the senses. Every culture shares one thing in common – music. Archeologists know this because theyve discovered all types of instruments throughout the world. In fact, the oldest instruments are flutes found in a cave in Germany. Carbon dating indicates theyre between 42, 000 and 43, 000 years old (BBC, 2012. Researchers are learning how music affects our brain. They know that like language, music competence happens through exposure and develops along a typical timetable (Croom, 2011. But why is music competence important to our development? What purpose does it serve? Scientists also want to know how music affects our perception of pain or anxiety. Can it increase hope? How does listening to music with other people change our experience of it? Most people agree that music lifts us up when were sad. It helps us concentrate and relax. As Leo Tolstoy wrote, “Music is the shorthand of emotion. ” Now psychologists and neuroscientists are determining if hes right. A Look at Positive Psychology and Music Positive psychology researchers want to know the connection music has to our well-being. Neuroscientists want to know how our brain responds to music and why. “Words make you think a thought. Music makes you feel a feeling. A song makes you feel a thought. ” E. Y. Harburg Ongoing research in these areas reveals that music changes both our mood and our brain. For example, scientists at Glasgow Caledonian University (EPSRC, n. d. are exploring how music conveys emotion. Their goal is to develop a mathematical model that explains this. A model could lead to creating computer programs that identify mood-boosting music. Patient-specific programming prescriptions could help people better cope with emotional and physical pain. Groundbreaking researcher Martin Seligman developed the PERMA model of well-being, as a way of bringing science to the study of happiness. A key element of this model is the idea of  engagement. The concept of engagement is like flow theory. In Seligmans (2011, p. 16) book Flourish (2011, p. 16) he describes engagement by asking the following questions: Did time stop for you? Were you completely absorbed in the task? Did you lose self-consciousness? Many attendees at music festivals would respond yes to at least two of the three questions. For those not attending festivals, the answers are likely the same. Neuroscientists also have explored the connection between music and the pleasure it elicits. Theyve learned that dopamine releases as a result of intense pleasure in response to music. Specifically, the anticipation of pleasure derived from music releases dopamine in the caudate. The release happens again in the nucleus accumbens during peak states of pleasure (Croom, 2011. Oscar Arias-Carrión1, Maria Stamelou, Eric Murillo-Rodríguez, Manuel Menéndez-González and Ernst Pöbstantially modified by Seppi333 [CC BY 2. 0. We dont know why humans listen to music. Scientists believe theres no biological reason to do it. Salimpoor and colleagues (2009) decided to explore this. Their question was whether listening to music leads to emotional arousal. They measured heart rate, respiration, and other physiological markers. A strong positive correlation exists between pleasure and emotional arousal. When we listen to music we experience pleasure and emotions are the foundation of this (Salimpoor, Benovoy, Longo, Cooperstock. Zatorre, 2009. Can music help with adolescent anxiety? Sylvia Kwok (2018) explored this in her research. Integrating hope and emotional intelligence with music therapy had four promising effects. Young people experienced more hope, emotional competence, and subjective happiness. They also experienced significant decreases in anxiety. Do reactions to music differ based on listening to real versus synthesized music? Does the level of a listeners musical training play a role? Chapin and colleagues (2010) investigated this in their study. Participants in their experiment had some musical training. This training led to an emotional response when they heard an experienced musician. Synthesized music didnt yield an emotional response. They theorize that an empathetic connection between the performer and the listener exists. The scientists believe mirror neurons play a role. The Power of Music “Music is about vision. ” Benjamin Zander Conductor Benjamin Zander explains the transformative power of classical music. His 2008 Ted Talk is enlightening and entertaining. Youll learn the importance of “one-buttock” playing and why no one is tone deaf. Researcher Marcel Zentner (2017) designed an intriguing study about emotions invoked by music. Much of the previous research focused on the usual emotions of happiness or sadness. This is often a subjective analysis made by the listener. He reverse-engineered the approach to emotional identification. In his study, participants identified every emotion they felt, forty in total. These led to the creation of a list of nine categories. They are wonder, nostalgia, tenderness, transcendence, peacefulness, energy, joyful activation, tension, and sadness. These are further divided into three broad categories: sublimity, vitality, and unease. Zentner wanted to know if brain activity confirmed what listeners said they feel while listening to music. For example, if you said “wonder, ” where would that show up in the brain? Brain scans showed that there are “differential patterns” dependent on what a person actually felt while listening. From Pereira and colleagues (2011) we learn that listeners are more emotionally engaged when hearing music they like. They used pop/rock songs to test their assumptions. For example, which is more important, preferences or familiarity with the song? They discovered that its familiarity that triggers responses in the brain. Robert Gupta (2012) explains the power music has to heal. Music therapy, as he says, can succeed where conventional medicine fails. It can rewire the brain. It can bring light to the darkest corners of the mind. You might need a tissue. Much of the current and past research shows that music moves us physically and emotionally. Music can improve our happiness and sense of well-being. The next question is can we experience this in groups? A Look at the Psychology of Concerts “The true beauty of music is that it connects people. It carries a message, and we, the musicians, are the messengers. ” Roy Ayers There are many types of concerts including classical, rock, R&B, hip hop, pop, jazz, and more. Each type has the potential to impact listeners in different ways. Shoda, Adachi, and Umeda (2016) studied the effect of live versus recorded listening experiences. For their study, they recruited 37 people to listen to six classical piano pieces. Seven pianists performed these selections live. The researchers randomly assigned the participants to one of the seven pianists. After ten weeks, participants returned to listen to the performances again. This time through speakers. Monitoring participants heart rate occurred in both conditions. They found that live performances appear to have a stress-reduction effect on the audience. Vincent Moon and Nana Vasconcelos (2014) set out on a cinetrek. The purpose was to explore and share music rituals from around the world. With nothing but a backpack and camera, Moon stopped in far-off locations. What he discovered is that there are grandpas who could be as popular as Beyoncé. Music connects us even when the concert isnt professional. In fact, spontaneous music might even be more impactful. The Personal Benefits and Positive Effects of Music Festivals “Music has healing power. It has the ability to take people out of themselves for a few hours. ” Elton John There are several types of music festivals throughout the world. Some are religious. Others are futuristic. Some take us back in time. They all serve a purpose: to bring like-minded people of all ages and stages of life together. If youre a concert or festival goer, youll be happy to know that there are a few benefits to attending festivals. Yolal and colleagues (2009) identified family togetherness, event loyalty, escape/excitement, event novelty, and socialization as important to attendees. They studied people at the Eskisehir International Festival. The researchers found gender difference among attendees. Females stressed the importance of family togetherness, escape/excitement, and event novelty. They also discovered age differences. Older attendees ranked family togetherness as important. Younger attendees cited socialization and event loyalty. As people aged or had more education, they favored event novelty. Novelty is one thing our brains love. Whether its a shiny new car, house, shoes, or almost anything, newness gets our attention. You could attend the same music festival every year and still experience novelty. The potential reward of something new triggers the release of dopamine. Novelty isnt the actual reward, but what it could represent is. When we experience something new, the frontal and temporal regions activate. The release of dopamine motivates seeking behavior (Bunzeck & Duzel, 2006. The desire to socialize isnt a surprise. We evolved as a social species. Matthew Lieberman explains that were wired to connect with other people. Music festivals are a great place for this to happen. Heres how he explains the importance of our social brain. Music festivals allow attendees to escape from the day-to-day grind. Surrounding yourself with new people and enjoying the revelry is entertaining, and relaxing. For hours at a stretch or even days, youre able to pretend youre someone else – someone without a care in the world. Unlike other forms of hedonic pleasure listening to too much music isnt likely to cause you harm. Its more or less a safe indulgence. Rickard (2014) makes this point in an editorial titled, Music and Well-being. The only real problems might be hearing loss or a ticket for noise violation. Both are simple to manage. The Social Benefits of Music Festivals “Its really interesting how music can knock down a wall and be an open connection between you and someone else where something else cant. When music comes along, it just opens your heart a little more. ” Phillip Sweet Does attending music festivals affect the psychological and social well-being of attendees? If so, how? This is what Packer and Ballantyne (2011) wanted to know. Their study involved two stages. A focus group discussion with ten young people (aged 18-23) and a questionnaire (n=100. The questionnaire participants were between the ages of 18-30. In stage one, the group members had all recently attended music festivals. Based on the discussion, the researchers coded and classified responses. Using positive psychology constructs as their guide, they identified themes. Packer and Ballantyne (2011) narrowed the benefits to four. They are the music, social, festival, and separation experience. Music is the common ground for social and festival experiences. The interactions among attendees and performers facilitate separation from everyday life. The most important function of a music festival is to provide attendees with time and space to explore. The researchers cite personal growth and self-discovery as key outcomes. Participants reported a greater sense of well-being. This included feeling accepted by self and others, and generally positive about life. Some attendees believe festivals give their lives more meaning. Image via MusicInAustralia Their research focused on young people. Later youll read how they applied their model to a more diverse group. Pavlukovic and colleagues (2019) identified social benefits and costs associated with music festival attendance. The benefits include: increased tourism promotion of a city and/or culture contribution to the local economy providing employment increasing the standard of living more money to improve or maintain the environment money to maintain cultural heritage increased cross-cultural knowledge and understanding Are there Disadvantages? Music festivals arent all “happy, happy, joy, joy” experiences for everyone. As mentioned above, escapism is one reason people attend, but escapism has a dark side. Check out this video: What is escapism and how does it affect people? From a community perspective, festivals can potentially cause problems and minor inconveniences. Pavlukovic and colleagues (2019) identified these disadvantages as: increased noise increased crowds in public spaces destruction or erosion of the environment where the festival occurs cultural commercialization erosion of the local language risk of promotion of negative activities (gambling, drugs, violence, etc. new patterns of local consumption increased tension between contemporary and traditional lifestyles increased costs to residents for food and transportation during festivals Another downside to music festivals, especially those held outside, is Mother Nature. Oftentimes these events continue through rain or shine. As EDM points out in their article, The 10 worst music festival disasters, weather doesnt always cooperate. When the venue isnt well prepared this can lead to horrible consequences. Sometimes music festivals are oversold. When this happens the likelihood of people getting harmed increases. Large crowds can become aggressive. EDMs article highlights the Roskilde Festival 2000. The crowd trampled and suffocated nine people. One of the worst tragedies happened at the 2010 Love Parade. Making lots of money can be a motivator for some organizers. For example, the 2017 Fyre Festival, scammed festival goers who paid up to 250, 000 per ticket. The event was oversold, not held in its advertised location, and didnt happen. People arrived to see a tent city soaked by recent storms. The organizer, Billy McFarland received a six-year sentence in a US federal prison. Research and Studies “Complete strangers can stand silent next to each other in an elevator and not even look each other in the eye. But at a concert, those same strangers could find themselves dancing and singing together like best friends. Thats the power of music. ” LZ Granderson Another area of research within this field is how to make the experience more impactful. As weve already discovered, people attend festivals for a variety of reasons. Unless asked, theyre not necessarily thinking about it from a well-being perspective. Theyre thinking about the fun theyll have without getting bogged down by the details. This is what Ballantyne and partners (2014) studied next. They asked, “ How can music festival attendance enhance well-being? ” This time the team chose a more diverse music festival. It attracted people of varying ages and backgrounds. They used their four-facet model (separation experience, festival experience, music experience, and social experience) together with Laihos (2009) functions of music model, to create two questionnaires. The first included 23 questions to measure psychological, social, and subjective well-being. The second consisted of 24 questions, 22 of which came from the first. It measured the interplay between those constructs and Laihos model. That model examined the psychological role of music in adolescence. It includes interpersonal relationships, identity, agency, and emotional field. Their results show that attendees want a more holistic music festival experience. This should include attention to more types of engagement opportunities. The authors offer several suggestions including music-making workshops, audience participation, camping, and self-catering. The Importance of Music Festivals “The worlds most famous and popular language is music. ” Psy If youve never attended a music festival, take a peek at this article:  The importance of music festivals: An unanticipated and underappreciated path to identity formation. Rudolph (2016) shares her experience attending the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee. Also included is her research about what motivates people to attend. She and her team captured data from 150 respondents. Two key findings were: 67% of respondents planned to make new friends 66% of respondents already had Social connection is a big part of attending Bonnaroo, as youll soon discover. This also is true for other music festivals. Depending on ones age, attending a music festival can help define who you are or help you escape. It can connect you to strangers or deepen an existing relationship. Festivals also can help you feel revitalized. For communities, music festivals provide opportunities to boost the local economy. They also help to popularize specific regions which can lead to increased tourism. Key Takeaways “There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats. ” Albert Schweitzer Attending a music festival provides psychological and health benefits. These include connecting with others, reduced stress and anxiety. While there are potential downsides, a well-planned event mitigates them. From an individual perspective, a person can exercise greater situational awareness. What music festival are you attending next, and why? Ballantyne, J., Ballantyne, R. Packer, J. (2014. Designing and managing music festival experiences to enhance attendees psychological and social benefits. 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The economics behind music festivals free download 2017. They should just line the walls with bunk beds in transcontinental flights like on a submarine or aircraft carrier. The economics behind music festivals Free downloader. The standards of this magazine decline by day... (Redirected from Music festivals) Music festival in Nickelsdorf, Austria, picturing both the main stage and the camping grounds on the farm behind A music festival is a community event oriented towards live performances of singing and instrument playing that is often presented with a theme such as musical genre (e. g., blues, folk, jazz, classical music) nationality, or locality of musicians, or holiday. They are commonly held outdoors, with tents or roofed temporary stages for the performers. Often music festivals host other attractions such as food and merchandise vending, dance, crafts, performance art, and social or cultural activities. At music festivals associated with charitable causes, there may be information about social or political issues. Many festivals are annual, or repeat at some other interval. Some, including many rock festivals, are held only once. Some festivals are organized as for-profit concerts and others are benefits for a specific charitable cause. [1] Another type of music festival is the educative type, organized annually in local communities, regionally, or nationally, for the benefit of amateur musicians of all ages and grades of achievement. History [ edit] Ancient and medieval [ edit] The Pythian Games at Delphi included musical performances, and may be one of the earliest festivals known. [2] During the Middle Ages, festivals were often held as competitions. Modern [ edit] Music festivals have developed as an emerging industry which contributes to many national economy. Music festivals nowadays serve as a product to build a brand for a destination, which not only attract visitors to have a different experience, but also help to build unique image for the destination. [3] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. May 2019) Music education [ edit] Another type of music festival is the music education type, often organized annually in local communities, regionally, or nationally, for the benefit of amateur musicians of all ages and grades of achievement. [4] Entrants perform prepared pieces or songs in front of an audience which includes competitors, family and friends, and members of the community, along with one or more adjudicators or judges. These adjudicators, who may be music teachers, professors, or professional performers, provide verbal and written feedback to each performer or group. The adjudicator may be someone whom they might never meet in any other way, as is the case when an adjudicator from another city is brought in to judge. They also usually receive a certificate, classified according to merit or ranking, and some may win trophies or even scholarships. The most important aspect is that participants can learn from one another rather than compete. Such festivals aim to provide a friendly and supportive platform for musicians to share in the excitement of making music. For many, they provide a bridge from lessons and examinations to performing confidently in public; for a few of the top performers, they provide a pathway to further professional study of music in a college, university or conservatory. Festivals around the world [ edit] Milwaukee, Wisconsin 's 11-day event, Summerfest, promotes itself as "The World's Largest Music Festival" a title certified by the Guinness World Records that has been held since 1999. Operating annually since 1968, the festival attracts between 800, 000 and 1, 000, 000 people each year, and hosts over 800 musical acts. [5] The Woodstock Festival in 1969 drew nearly 500, 000 attendees, and the Polish spin-off Przystanek Woodstock in 2014 drew 750, 000 [6] thus becoming the largest open air annual festival in Europe and the second largest in the world. In comparison, the Roskilde Festival in Denmark, attracts about 135, 000 spectators each year. [7] Glastonbury Festival has a capacity of about 275, 000 spectators, but has " fallow years " roughly every five years, so it is the biggest non-annual greenfield festival in the world. The oldest annual dedicated pop music festival in the world is Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands, 8] though in other genres, there are much older ones: the Three Choirs Festival in the UK has run annually [9] since 1719. The Queensland Music Festival, established in 1999 and headquartered in Brisbane Australia, is the largest music festival by land mass, as a state-wide music biennial music festival, over a three-week period during July. Lists of music festivals [ edit] Lists of music festivals in: Australia Belgium Canada Caribbean Central America Cyprus Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Ireland Israel Italy The Netherlands New Zealand Poland Romania South Korea Singapore United Arab Emirates Saudi Arabia United Kingdom United States Lists of music festivals by genre [ edit] List of jazz festivals List of metal festivals List of electronic music festivals List of reggae festivals List of punk rock festivals List of gothic festivals List of rock festivals [ edit] List of music festivals See also [ edit] Rave New rave References [ edit.

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