10 Melhores festivais de música eletrônica do mundo

10 Best Electronic World Music Festivals (EDM)
The following is a list of the best music festivals that feature electronic music, which encapsulates music featuring electronic instruments such as electric guitar and keyboards, as well as recent genres such as electronic dance music (EDM). Many of the festivals in this list take place in the United States and Europe, though every year thousands of electronic-focused music festivals are held throughout the world. Overlapping with topics such as list of electroacoustic festivals, list of EDM festivals and list of trance festivals, this list generally excludes multi-genre festivals with only a partial focus on electronic music (Glastonbury, Summer Sonic Festival, and Big Day Out) and festivals that have added EDM stages in later years.

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10. Dance Valley
Trance to House through the Electro and Hardstyle, the Dance Valley held annually during the Dutch summer and attracts over 50 000 people in two days of celebration. Traditionally held on the first weekend of August, the event reaches its twentieth edition in 2014 with lineup consisting of about a hundred DJs, divided each of the ten stages of the festival.



9. Nature One

The Nature One is one of the biggest electronic music festivals outdoors in Europe and takes place annually in Germany, where the first week of August. With three-day, the event is one special attraction fireworks display held on Saturday night. In each edition, the festival includes about 50 thousand people, most campuseiros, and renowned German and other foreign DJs. Already integrated the lineups artists such as Paul Van Dyk, Markus Schulz, Alex Morph and Ferry Corsten.



8. Boom Festival

The Boom International Trance Psychedelic Music Festival is a cultural event held in Portugal during the full moon of August. Similar to the US Burning Man, the festival takes place every two years and attracts about 30,000 people worldwide. No sponsors and no famous DJ in the lineup, the Boom is produced by more than one hundred independent producers. Lasting one week, the party is held on Lake Idanha-a-Nova and brings together music, painting, sculpture, yoga, theater and cinema.

7. Electric Daisy Carnival
With playground toys scattered everywhere, the Electric Daisy Carnival is the largest electronic music event outside Europe. With two-day, held annually in the US summer and now is to gather more than 300 thousand people in the same edition. Besides music, also brings together dance performances and arts exhibition. Held in Los Angeles by 2010, the festival was moved to Las Vegas after the death of a boy of 15 years for drug overdose. It also happens in London and Puerto Rico.

6. Kazantip
The Kazantip Republic (or just Z) is the name of the larger, longer and more crazy techno festival, trance and house music in the world. Lasts five to six weeks in the Ukrainian summer, attracting some 150,000 "paradiZers" every issue. The lineup of each year is always announced just before the party started, but has featured the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Carl Cox and Above & Beyond. Known as the "Woodstock of the East", the festival is held in Popovka village, on the Crimean Peninsula.

5. Sensation
Known for spectacular productions with acrobats and light show, the Sensation was created in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where it was held from 2000 to 2005, exclusively. From there, spread to many country in the world, including the UK, Australia, Russia, Spain, Germany, USA, Portugal and Brazil. Initially called Sensation White, the main requirement is that all attendees wear only white. Considered the largest indoor festival (indoor) genre, comes to meet up to 40 thousand people in each edition.

4. Creamfields
Considered the largest festival of dance music in the world, Creamfields is held annually in August bank holiday in the city of Daresbury, England. Created 16 years ago in Liverpool, was the first major event to present concerts and live performances on a main stage. With two-day, the festival attracts between 15 and 50 thousand people in each edition, although it reached 75 thousand. Also editions are produced in Spain, Ireland, Turkey, Mexico, Czech Republic, Argentina, Chile, Peru and Brazil.

3. Ultra Music Festival
Largest electronic music festival in the world next to the Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival is held every year in Miami, always in the month of March. Outdoors, the event began with a duration of one night reached happened for two consecutive weekends in 2013. It usually gather around 200 attractions and now attract over 160 thousand people. It is also held in Ibiza, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Santiago, Seoul, Bogotá, Tokyo, Johannesburg, and Asuncion.

2. Global Gathering
The Global Gathering festival English held annually in Stratford-Upon-Avon, traditionally the first week of July, and brings together the leading artist of the global electronic music. Attracting about 250,000 people each edition is known to have the most amazing world of LED screens. In the lineup this year attended the likes of Prodigy, Alesso, David Guetta, Pete Tong, Nic Fanciulli, Sub Focus and James Zabiela. It is also conducted in Poland, Russia, Ukraine and South Korea.

1. Tomorrowland
Gathering annually thousands of people, Tomorrowland has become the largest festival of electronic dance music in the world. In last year's edition brought together about 130 thousand people. With three-day, the event brings together the hottest DJs of the current electronic music like David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Armin van Buren, Alesso and Hardwell. Created in 2005, the municipality of Boom, Belgium, the Tomorrowland is famous for charming atmosphere decor, inspired by fairy tales, with water fountains and fireworks.

11. Electrobeach Music Festival (EMF)
Electrobeach Music Festival or EMF is a large annual electronic dance music festival in a held in the summer at a beach resort in Port-Barcarès, France. Recent lineups include Afrojack, Dirty South, Hardwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Dizzee Rascal. In 2014 there were two stages and a capacity of 40,000 people. 2013 saw 56,000 people over two days.

12. Electric Zoo
The Electric Zoo is an electronic music festival held annually at the end of Labor Day weekend at Randall's Island in New York. Bringing together an audience of 80,000 people, the event takes place for three days and has around 100 attractions in their lineup. Created in 2009, have performed at the festival Armin van Buuren, Deadmau5, David Guetta and Ferry Corsten. In 2013, after two deaths from drug overdoses and four serious admissions for the same reason, the third day of the event was canceled.

Bonus:
Aquagen - Why Are You So Quiet
On the first day, God created the earth and he saw that it was good 
On the second day, God created man and he saw that he was good 
On the third day God created music and he saw that this was good 
So on the forth day God created the club and the people started to move 
I said the people started to move! 
And God saw the people dancing and God saw the people dancing 
On the fifth day God realized that the people 
Were only dancing and he saw 
This is was no good. 
God wanted to party 
Then a blinding light came from above and God 
Spoke to the people: 'Why are you so quiet?' 
But the people didn't understand and God couldn't hear them. 
But God wanted to hear them screaming and making party 
And then he asked: Why are you so quiet? 
And God saw the people going crazy and God saw 
the people dancing.

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