It seems that every year when the spring and summer music festivals announce their lineups, there's always one standout which makes it easy to decide which one to attend. This year, we are not so lucky. Between Coachella, Bonaroo, and Bottlerock alone the lineups are INCREDIBLE! Is it that bands figured out that stand alone concerts aren't the way to go this year, or did everyone just decide to party it up at festivals? Whatever the reason, if you're trying to decide which fest you're going to attend, it's been HARD! So, I decided to break it down by headliner and distance from the Tri-Cities (Portland, Seattle) to make you feel best about dropping a bunch of dough on a music festival. Hope this helps!


Festival NameHeadlinersCostLocationDates
CoachellaRadiohead, Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar, Lorde, New Order, Bon Iver, The XX, Travis ScottSOLD OUTIndio, CAApril 14-16 & April 21-23
BonarooU2, Red Hor Chili Peppers, The Weeknd, Chance, the Rapper, Major Lazer, Lorde, the XX, Cage the ElephantGA $324.50Manchester, TNJune 8-11
SasquatchTwenty One Pilots, Frank Ocean, Chance the Rapper, The Head and the Heart, The Shins, MGMT,GA $295George, WAMay 26-28
Bottle RockFoo Fighters, Tome Petty, Maroon 5, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Roots, Ben Harper, Modest MouseSOLD OUTNapa, CAMay 26-28
FireflyThe Weeknd, Muse, Twenty One Pilots, Chance the Rapper, Bob Dylan, Flume Weezer,4-Day Pass $289Dover, DEJune 12-18
BunburyMuse, Wiz, Khalifa, G-Easy, The 1975, Thirty Seconds to Mars, The Shins, Death Cab for CutieThree Day GA Tickets (Level 2): $179.00Cincinnati, OHJune 2-4
Governor's Ball Tool, Chance the Rapper, Lorde, Wu-Tang Clan, Childish Gambino, Phoenix, Cage the Elephant, FlumeThree Day GA Tickets (Level 3): $199.00New York, NYJune 2-4

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