American post-rock band Tortoise extend their European trek in support of latest album “The Catastrophist”. Tortoise have added more European tour dates over the coming months. The American post-rock band announced their spring trek in April in support of latest album The Catastrophist – with further dates planned through the year.
The band also announced that they’ve rescheduled their London headline show from the Electric Ballroom on July 7 to London’s Dome at Tufnell Park on November 15. Do you want to see Dance and Electronic artists live in concert but it’s sold out? Dance and Electronic performers will visit the UK in 2016 on various dates. Make sure you buy your Dance and Electronic tickets here to avoid disappointment. Alternatively if you have tickets to sell for any of the tour dates then you’re in the right place as GET ME IN! is the marketplace for true fans. The best time to enjoy a music festival is definitely the summer and Europe offers each year thousands of summer music festivals. We have selected for you the top 15 summer music festivals in Europe. From Secret Garden Party in the UK to Ibiza Closing Parties, discover the best music festivals in Europe and be prepared to live unique experiences. There is so much to discover in Europe!
America is now flush with dance festivals, but that’s nothing new for Europe. Dance music has been a cultural constant across the pond for decades, so it should come as no surprise that there are a staggering number of festivals catering to music fans who want to get down.
Fusion’s Kulturkosmos organizers now own its former Soviet airfield site and run a commune there throughout the year. Often compared to a German Burning Man, Fusion is about far more than just music — welcoming the more than 70,000 attendees lucky enough to obtain a ticket into a mesmerizing world of art, performance and self-expression. Within the shelter of the Garden, where the dogs of society’s howl is inaudible, we are exploring the more positive visual imagery.
The difference is that Glastonbury has all the best aspects of being at a festival in one astonishing bundle.
It’s like going to another country, a hip and thrilling Brigadoon that appears every year or so. Coming to Glastonbury involves a fair amount of travel, and probably a queue to get in but, when you get past these impediments, you enter a huge tented city, a mini-state under canvas.