Before packing your bags full of candy beads and silly neon get-ups for one of those all-too familiar best music festivals, which tend to be packed with overzealous and immature raver types, know what you're getting yourself into. There's the same Lollapalooza concert every year, plus Tomorrowland that all your friends rave about (no pun intended), or the local warehouse party that's sure to leave a dark splotch in your memory, but before making a single decision, you may want to check this out first...
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Internationally, music festivals span all over the globe, from Ibiza to Chicago, and it's not so different for Canadians. With such an open-wide territory, with a myriad of different venues, narrowing down the most essential summer festivals can be a hassle, what with pricing, headliners, and specified genre, it can become a mess in of itself.
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