Music is part of our DNA here at Forty, and we have been lucky enough to travel the world to experience some serious dance events of the years. From Carl Cox in Ibiza to Sven Vath at Kappa , we have been lucky to witness these industry legends do what they do best, on so many occasions.
We are delighted to bring you 7 of our favourite music festivals that have been and gone this summer. If you agree/disagree with us let us know by tweeting us at @forty40clothing!
Kappa Futur Festival
This has got to be the highlight of any festival this summer! German techno hero Sven Vath is a legend in his own right, however it was his brother who was the star of the show at this years Kappa Futur Festival in Turin. Check out these serious moves, and tell me who can do better?
Elrow @ Glastonbury
Take us back to @eats_everything b2b @FatboySlim at elrow x Glastonbury.. pic.twitter.com/tDrXXbDIyc— Dance Vici (@DanceVici) July 3, 2017
Elrow has firmly cemented its place as one of the big hitters over the last 3 years, from Barcelona to Ibiza! It’s definitely the place to be for a fun-filled party with confetti, fireworks, inflatables and great tunes and DJs all night long. This year Elrow made their Glastonbury debut and was a major festival highlight with the likes of Eats Everything, Fatboy Slim, Kolsch, Skream all bringing the party atmosphere to the UK’s biggest and best festival!
Awakenings Festival, Amsterdam
Magical moments at Awakenings Festival. Laser beams, raindrops & techno.
We Are Fstvl
We Are FSTVL is one of the rising stars of the UK electronic music festival scene. Now in its fifth year, the festival attracts the biggest and best names in global dance music to the Airfield of Dreams on the outskirts of London. From d’n’b to techno, the festival covers all manner of electronic music from the UK and beyond. Check out Jamie Jones taking the roof off Terminal 1.
Experimental electronic music from an almost unparalleled range of styles and genres. Sónar takes over the city of Barcelona for a weekend – literally. This years highlights included The Black Madonna, Giggs, Jutsice, Bjork, Princess Nokia and many more inspiring artists. This is definitely one to put in your diary for next year!
With over 1,000 artists playing at this years Tomorrowland, you really are in musical heaven. Could you even name 1,000 artists? This festival is all about enjoying life to the fullest without having to compromise everything. Tomorrowland are responsible for the generation of tomorrow and respect each other and Mother Nature. Respect, Health, Nature, Responsibility and Innovation are the five circles of Love Tomorrow.