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00:00:00 Parra for Cuva, Aukai – Cloudline [Parra for Cuva Reimagination] (AUKAI)
00:04:56 RY X – Beacon [Fluida Remix] (Infectious)
00:09:17 Parra for Cuva – Her Entrance (Parra for Cuva)
00:15:07 Kris Davis – Always (AZZUR)
00:21:15 Christian Löffler, Fejká – Fjäll (Ki Records)
00:25:45 Tinlicker – Light Beam (Anjunadeep)
00:31:25 Douran – ID (White)
00:36:35 Tinlicker – Perfect Mistake (Anjunadeep)
00:41:46 Nu – This Land (Dantze)
00:50:13 Traumer – Triade (Get Physical)

The Best Music Festivals in the World

Whether you are a professional musician, a music enthusiast or a lover of the arts, there are many music festivals you can attend. Some festivals focus on a specific genre, while others have a wider appeal. Often, the events are held outdoors.

There are more than 800 music festivals in the U.S. Some are annual, while others are one-time events. Some are for-profit concerts and others are benefits for a specific charitable cause.

In the US, pop and rock were the most popular music genres in 2017, while R&B/Hip-Hop took over in the UK. Pop and R&B/Hip-Hop sales grew by 2.5% from 2016 to 2017. The biggest music festival in the United States is Summerfest. It runs for 11 days and attracts 800,000-1,000,000 attendees each year.

Los Angeles is home to some of the most iconic recording studios in the world. These studios have recorded hits for stars such as Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, the Beach Boys and more. You can learn more about the history of music by visiting the Grammy Museum. This museum features exhibits that cover the history of the Grammy Awards. Some of the biggest Grammy winners include Taylor Swift and Dolly Parton.

Jazz has a long history in the city. It was once characterized by quirky melodies and rapid chord changes. The African-American community was at the forefront of the jazz movement in Los Angeles.

Classic rock is still the most popular music genre in America. But it is losing popularity among younger audiences.

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