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Entertainment Weekly
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 25 - 02 - 2017

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More good news for the festival adventurers. Lets go through your bucket list with these festival escapes for 2017.
ENJOY THE PICTURESQUE WOODLAND SETTING OF POSITIVUS FESTIVAL IN LATVIA
Taking place in the picturesque coastal town of Salacgriva in Latvia,Positivus is the largest music and arts festival in the Baltic States, transporting chart-topping headliners, underground emerging talent and exciting art and dance stages to their unspoiled atmospheric coastal setting amid stunning woodland. Festival goers can dip their toes in the baltic sea or take in the atmosphere in a hammock beneath the trees while enjoying a rich diversity of international chart toppers and underground emerging talent in this idyllic holiday location. Positivus also offers art and dance stages giving festival goers a variety of activities and stalls selling locally made designer clothing and accessories, giving festival goers plenty to see and do during the 3 day event. Positivus was also recognised in the 2013, 2015 and 2016 European Festival Awards being a finalist in the ‘Best Medium Sized Festival' category and also for ‘Best Festival Line Up' in 2013. First acts for 2017 will be announced soon
Positivus takes place from 14-16 July 2017. 3 day festival passes from £67 at positivusfestival.com
DISCOVER THE BEST ALTERNATIVE MUSIC AT OFF FESTIVAL IN KATOWICE
OFF is a festival for the discerning music fan and the place to discover the best alternative acts from around the world. A truly unique boutique music festival, OFF Festival takes place in ‘Three Lake Valley', Katowice – a beautiful green oasis in the heart of industrial Silesia. OFF is a way of life, one that flies in the face of current trends and stays true to itself, and the ethos of organiser Artur Rojek is firmly aimed at supporting art and music with the festival bringing many acts to Poland for the first time. OFF Festival's reputation is growing year on year driven by the festivals forward–thinking, eclectic music policy and it's bold and eclectic lineups. From the greatest alternative music stars from around the world to the increasingly strong Polish scene, OFF festival has inspiring music in abundance and the organisers and crowd have one serious finger on the pulse when it comes to music. This year will be more of the same with the first acts announced being Circuit Des Yeux, Kikagaku Moyo, Swans and The Black Madonna.
OFF Festival takes place from 4-6 August 2017. 3-day tickets from £52 available at off-festival.pl.
MYSTERYLAND, THE NETHERLANDS
Just a short distance from the city of Amsterdam, the world's longest running dance music festival takes visitors on a creative journey, combining the finest electronic music with an extensive arts and culture line-up. With over 346 acts, criss-crossing house, techno, disco, African beats, vinyl-only, hardstyle, hip hop and feel-good bands, there's something for every electronic music fan. The extensive lifestyle and culture programme also features theatre, movies, live art, interactive installation art, street performers, hidden raves in the forests and spectacular shows. At the Healing Garden, you can take some time to find your Zen and go back to the dancefloor feeling completely at peace and ready to dance through the entire weekend.
Mysteryland takes place from 26 - 27 August 2017. To book tickets visit mysteryland.nl
OASIS FESTIVAL, MOROCCO
JOURNEY TO NORTH AFRICA TO DANCE BENEATH THE STARS AT MOROCCO'S OASIS FESTIVAL
Nestled on the outskirts of the bustling city of Marrakech in the luxurious surroundings of the Source music resort, Oasis brings a slice of festival paradise to Morocco, shining the light on North Africa as the latest must-visit festival destination. In addition to the cutting-edge music programme, there is ample opportunity to nourish the mind, body and soul with daily yoga, massage and reflexology. Guests can also experience Moroccan culture on-site with authentic local street food, a wide selection of locally produced and organic products, market vendors, henna artists and more. With the ‘Red City' of Marrakech just 10 minutes from the festival it's also the perfect opportunity to explore the rich Berber, Arabic and Moorish culture, historic sights, desert landscapes, souks, spas and aromatic cuisine.
Oasis takes place from 15 - 17 September 2017. To book tickets visit theoasisfest.com.
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN ELECTRONIC MUSIC CULTURE AT THE AMSTERDAM DANCE EVENT
Amsterdam's thriving club and nightlife scene is well documented and for 5 days a year the city becomes the centre of the electronic music world as over 375,000 visitors flock to the city for the Amsterdam Dance Event. The ultimate music festival for fans of electronic music takes place in October, featuring more than 2,200 international artists performing in more than 100 of Amsterdam's most celebrated venues including Melkweg, Closure, Gashouder, Claire, Shelter, Paradiso, the NDSM Docklands and De School. In addition to the extensive line-up of the ADE Festival, ADE also offers music enthusiasts a large and varied daytime program featuring a wealth of dance music-related exhibitions, films, documentaries, DJ showcases, gear master classes and artist Q&A's, taking place across Amsterdam's five main districts, utilising historical locations and unique venues across the city.
ADE takes place from 18 - 22 October 2017. To book tickets visit www.amsterdam-dance-event.nl.


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