Music Festival Research:
Emerged during the 18th Century in England
Served as an extension of the urban concert lifestyle
Became a seasonal cultural festivity focused on celebrating music
The first known music festival to occur was at the Pythian Games in Delphi (located in Ancient Greece)
In the modern festivals are usually organised on a annual basis and features more artists/bands than regular concerts
Have much more planning involved regarding the order of artists, technological support, advertisement, etc
Music festivals are most often held outdoors with the artists performing in tents or temporary roofed stages
Not only are music festivals celebrations of talent but also are a multi-billion dollar industry, with Coachella earning $114.6 million USD in 2017 alone
There are many different popular festivals and almost every genre of music has at least one festival to celebrate it
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