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Ten November Shows To Kick Off Your Winter Festival Season

Ten November Shows To Kick Off Your Winter Festival Season


October 29th, 2019

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The end of the summer season is so bittersweet for festival lovers. Quality camping festivals is what keeps people coming back to celebrate the fair weather. With the changing of the seasons, we’re going to start seeing a decline in outdoor adventures. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be insane shows to help get you through the winter. Because of that, we’ve compiled ten of our favorites for the month of November. So, bundle up and let’s get started on this top ten.

#1 Adult Swim Music Festival, November 15th – 16th, Los Angeles, California

To begin with, adult TV network Adult Swim is putting on a fitting music festival. Indeed, they’ve compiled a unique, multi-genre lineup that features musicians, live performers, comedians, and all around weirdos. The show aims to be a celebration of the network itself. Since it is taking place in the heart of Los Angeles, show-goers will have the opportunity to engage in panels, interact with special guests, participate in games, and enjoy a lineup that lists Vince Staples, Lil Nas X, The Eric Andre Show Live Jamie xx, Dethklok, Captain Murphy, Young Thug, and other Adult Swim themed live performances.

#2 Posty Fest November 2nd, Arlington, Texas

Did you know that Post Malone is curating a music festival? In fact, this is his second time doing it. Posty Fest will take place one day, the first weekend in November. Not a lot of information is available about the show. All we know is that we can expect a spectacle. The lineup lists the festival’s namesake Post Malone, in addition to, Pharrell Williams, Meek Mill, Jaden Smith, Rae Sremmurd, and a few other unannounced names.

#3 Riptide, November 23rd – 24th, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Next, 104.3 the Shark, a local radio station in the Ft. Lauderdale area, is hosting their fourth annual Riptide Festival. This alternative rock festival has grown in popularity because of its lineup selection, good vibes, and attractions. Especially since Florida stays warm through November, a little beach excursion could never hurt! Besides the weather, the lineup lists headliners The Killers, and Jimmy Eat World, plus other names like Reel Big Fish, Fuel, The 1975, and Switchfoot.

Ten Festivals in November to check out!

#4 Neon Lights, November, 23rd – 24th, Singapore, Malaysia

To continue, the second half of November features some bigger shows. If you find yourself on the other side of the world, you’ll also find Neon Lights! Indeed, this two day festival features a wide variety of music, plus, artistic performances from talented acts from across the world. The lineup includes Mumford and Sons, Halsey, King Gizzard and Lizard Wizard, Mursa Masa, BADBADNOTGOOD, a silent disco stage, plus more announcements to come!

#5 HARD Day of the Dead, November 2nd, Los Angeles, California

After that, HARD records is bringing Los Angeles a one day festival. Furthermore, this Day of the Dead celebration is packed with lots of HARD label acts and friends. The show will feature two stages themed for the event. Get your spooky on and then go explore downtown L.A.! You’ll be seeing 1788-L, Dog Blood, Justin Martin, TOKiMONSTA, Elohim, and Blacklist.

Ten Festivals in November to check out!

#6 Wonderfront, November 22nd – 24th, San Diego, California

Of course, the state of California stays sunny throughout the year. Indeed, this makes it the perfect location for tons of music festivals! In particular, Wonderfront is one example and it has pulled out all the stops. Taking place right in the port of San Diego, the combination of music, scenery, and festival curations will make for a spectacular weekend. Stellar food, excellent drink, and sunny vibes await at Wonderfront. The lineup for the show is stacked, with tons of varying acts including, Big Wild, STS9, Phantogram, Lil Baby, The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Flatbush Zombies, Thievery Corporation, Bob Moses, Pennywise, Manchester Orchestra, Sunsquabi and too many more to list.

Ten Festivals in November to check out!

#7 The Fest, November 1st – 3rd, Gainesville, Florida

Furthermore, The Fest returns for its 18th run! The Fest is an alternative, punk, and ska concert in Gainesville, Florida. Kick back with your fellow beach bums and enjoy the scummier side of music. This festival will feature things like tasty food, comedic acts, and pro wrestling. Not to mention, a lineup that will bring out your inner teenager. This year’s bill lists Less Than Jake, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Against Me, Teenage Bottlerocket, Spraynard, Joyce Manor, and Planes Mistaken For Stars.

#8 Imagination Festival, November 11th, Prague, Czech Republic

Concurrently, Imagination Festival is a true “bass-heads” dream. A whole night of the best in drum and bass and hard dance. Imagination has roots stemming all the way back to 2012, this one night festival has earned is place among the giants of DnB and Hardstyle. Indeed, this show is lineup focused with big names like A.M.C. Noisia, Angerfist, and Eatbrain takeover, Hallucinator, Sefa, Deadly Guns, and Rido. Prepare for a journey into hard bass.

Ten Festivals in November to check out!

#9 Corona Capital, November 16th – 17th, Mexico City, Mexico

By the same token, Corona Capital Music Festival is an indie music lover’s paradise. A sunny excursion south of the border is the ideal way to spend a weekend in November. While there, you’ll be diving into a huge musical celebration. Two nights of talented artists all partying in Mexico City! Big acts this year are Interpol, Billie Eilish, Franz Ferdinand, Tycho, Weezer, The Strokes, The Raconteurs, Hippie Sabotage, Mija, Years & Years, Bloc Party, Poolside, and Inhaler.

Ten Festivals in November to check out!

#10 EDC Orlando, November 8th – 10th, Orlando, Florida

Finally, for our spot number ten, EDC Orlando. Insomniac Productions is infamous for its show throwing capabilities. Electric Daisy Carnival makes its stop in Orlando for three nights of the best in EDM. Expect fancy art carts, tons of rides, and lots of activities to immerse yourself in. The lineup comprises of artists Adventure Club, Graves, Mystic Grizzly, Rezz, Alison Wonderland, Chris Lake, Green Velvet, Seven Lions, Cosmic Gate, Camelphat, Eric Prydz, Will Atkinson, Svdden Death, Riot Ten, Andy C, DJ Snake, Deadmau5, Party Favor, Slander, Minesweepa, Timmy Trumpet and a slew of others.

In conclusion, there’s really no reason to let the chilly months approaching scare us. We have a list of ten awesome shows to help us bare the cold ahead. Join us next month for a look into December’s ten and the New Year’s celebrations. Since there is no better time like the present, we encourage you to get out there and experience a new place with some new adventures!

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