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1Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
APRIL 14-16, 2017 | APRIL 21-23, 2017
Coachella Valley provides the perfect weather to dive head first into the music, art and social scene that the festival provides. So, pack your favorite flower headband and get ready to rock out at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival.
Take a peek at this years lineup.
Bring your appetite because whether you’re ballin’ or ballin’ on a budget, there will be plenty of options for you, because there will be over 100 vendors serving different varieties of food.
Make time for adventures outside of the festival and explore Coachella Valley. You can get a bird’s eye view and take a ride on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, or follow the positive vibes to the Integratron for a 60-minute sound-bath session.
The art portion of the festival plays a major part in the experience and interaction is what it was made for, not to mention the other super cool options such as the Polar Bear dating, energy playground, and the RECYCLOSAURUS REX.
The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival is held at the Empire Polo Club located @ 81-800 Avenue 51, Indio, CA 92201. Best of all, it's less than 5 miles from the Greyhound Bus Station!
2New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
New Orleans, LA
APRIL 28 - MAY 7, 2017
The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is a 10-day festival that never disappoints. Past performers include Lauryn Hill, The Who and Red Hot Chili Peppers and this year’s lineup is one for the books. When you’re not dancing to the soulful sounds of the performers, you can easily discover a plethora of places to eat, explore and experience in the Big Easy.
Check out the full list of performers for the 2017 festival.
There are two food areas to choose from with every Cajun dish you can imagine. If you need to add a few more items to your “to eat” list, click here to see a few images of what you can expect.
Take a ride on the streetcar or take a riverboat tour, and when you’re done exploring the city you can always try your luck at the casinos. Check out all the attractions New Orleans has to offer here.
A major factor of the experience is falling in love with the culture and visiting the Louisiana FolkLife Village, Native American Village, and The Grandstand! This year the festival will celebrate Cuba at its Cultural exchange Pavilion, get more details here.
The festival is held the Fair Grounds Race Course located at 1731 Gentilly Blvd New Orleans, LA 70119, only 3.6 miles from the Greyhound station!
Need more travel inspiration? Check out Explore New Orleans to find more cool things to do while in the city! "Laissez les bon temps roulez!"
3The Governor's Ball Music Festival
New York, NY
JUNE 2-4, 2017
No need to break out your tuxedo or ball gown, the Governor’s Ball Music Festival is nowhere near as formal as it sounds, it’s more like a laid-back day at the park, and it’s located at Randall’s Island. It’s the perfect place to soak up some summer sun in the city, and boogie down to live performances from artists of every genre in music. The music isn’t the only attraction at the ball, there's a plethora of options for those of you ready to eat, explore, and experience.
Check out the 2017 Governor's Ball Music Festival lineup.
NYC is the foodie capitol of the world so The Governor’s Ball teams up with TheInfatuation.com to pick the best food trucks and restaurants in the city. Click here to take a look at the mouth-watering food vendors from last year.
Explore the art scene or just take a walk and get familiar with all the attractions of Randall’s Island Park. To see some of the art featured last year click here, and don’t forget to take a stroll in the park while you’re there.
You can’t miss out on all the fun going on, there will be silent Discos, lawn games, photo booths, mini golf and more! It’s kind of like summer camp all over again, but with more music and way more excitement. Click here to check out more about the Governor's Ball experience.
The Governor's Ball Music Festival is held in Randall's Island Park located @ 20 Randalls Island Park, New York, NY 10035.
Need more travel inspiration? Check out Explore New York
to find more cool things to do while in the city!
4Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
JUNE 8-11, 2017
Fun fact, Bonnaroo is creole slang meaning “good stuff”, which perfectly explains why there are some many exciting activities to choose from at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. There’s food, art, camping and the activities range anywhere from a parade to a 5k.
Here the 2017 Bonnaroo interactive lineup featuring some of the hottest artist on the scene!
Your dietary desires will most definitely be fulfilled, there will be a wide variety of vendors. Per the official Bonnaroo website there will be, gourmet pizza, grass-fed burgers, spinach mozzarella dumplings, mouthwatering fish tacos, spicy jalapeño corn dogs, Tennessee BBQ and the best donuts you will ever experience. Don’t believe us? Click here to see for yourself!
Bonnaroo’s campgrounds are enough to keep you engaged open to meeting new friends. As you explore the grounds and get to know each section, you’ll see that you can kick it old school and get a little dirty while you camp, or you can be a fancy-pants and make it a glamorous trip and go “glamping”. Click here to find out more about Bonnaroo campgrounds.
Are you a parent? No problem, there’s a kid-friendly area called Kids Jam. There’s a traditional parade with marching bands, a lounge to kick back and relax, and you can even relax and do some yoga.
The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is held less 4.1 miles from the Greyhound bus stop on a 700-acre outdoor event space called Great Stage Park, located at 2518 Hillsboro Blvd Manchester, TX 37349
There’s so much “good stuff” to do, click here to start planning your activities now.
5Chicago Blues Festival
JUNE 9-11, 2017
Looking to escape and have a summer full of soul? The Chicago Blues Festival, is the place to be! This is of the largest blues festivals in the world and you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank because it’s free. Yes, you read that correctly. The Blues festival’s stage has been graced by some of the best musicians of all time, Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, and you never know who else will show up.
You have the option to bring your own grub to this event, but there will also be plenty of food vendors are the festival. Harold’s Chicken, Gino’s Steak Trucks, and Yum Dum have been vendors in the past, but if you want to skip the festival’s bites and hit the famous foods click here.
Step away from the music and take some time to explore the wonderful city of Chicago, whether it’s visiting the Shedd Aquarium, or visiting The Bean to get your perfect selfies to post on social media, Chi-Town is full of adventures. To get more detail on some of these adventures click here.
Why not experience some of the arts while you’re there? Visit the Chicago Theater and escape to a whole new world.
The Chicago Blues Festival is located in Millennium Park @ 630 W Harrison St Chicago, IL 60607, less than 2 miles from the Greyhound Bus Station and admission is FREE!
Need more travel inspiration? Check out Explore Chicago to find more cool things to do while in the city!
JUNE 15-18, 2017
The Firefly Music Festival is a festival that is completely curated by fans! Throughout the year Firefly uses their social media pages to ask followers their ideas and opinions through surveys, polls, and contests, and by using that community outreach allows fans to choose activities, artists and even assist with the merchandise designs. Since the fans create the entire festival, you can guarantee it’ll be 4 days of pure excitement.
Check out the full lineup for the 2017 Firefly Music Festival!
There’s a food lineup that covers every preference of every person, whether you’re looking to stay healthy or wanting something deep-fried and bazaar, they’ve got you covered so you’ll never get "hangry".
If you ever decide to leave the campgrounds and explore Dover, DE, there are plenty of landmarks and attractions to visit. One of the most popular places is the Air Mobility Command Museum which explore the history of aviation in the military through exhibits.
Firefly is the experience capital, whether you’re general admission, VIP, or SUPER VIP. Yes, there’s a level above VIP that includes an open bar, a champagne toast upon arrival, and a chance to kick it in the artist lounge. If you’re not that fancy, there’s also a place to relax before you and the crew to relax called “the nook”, and a fan-curated multilevel bar called “the fort”. That’s nowhere near all the options you have, click here to see the full list of experiences.
Valley provides the perfect weather to dive head first into the music, art and social scene that the festival provides. So, pack your favorite flower headband and get ready to rock out!
The Firefly Music Festival is held at The Woodlands of Dover International Speedway located at 1131 N. Dupont Hwy Dover, DE 19901, only 2 miles from the Greyhound Bus Stop in Dover.