Europe’s music festivals 2016
Every year we fly DJs and music artists to festivals, events, parties and residencies all over the world – sometimes allowing them to play at two places in one night (now that’s what you call smart travel). If you’re heading to a music festival or event in Europe or beyond this year, make the most of your time by chartering a private jet or private helicopter to get you there – it’s the stress free, flexible and convenient way to travel.
Whether you’re headed for a weekend of jazz, rock or techno we can make sure you’re ready to get the party started as soon as you arrive. Here’s our pick of European festivals in 2016:
Secret Solstice, Reykjavík, Iceland. 16-19 June. A multi-genre and totally unique festival experience with Iceland’s breathtaking scenery as the backdrop. Flight time from London: approx. 2.5 hours.
Glastonbury, UK. 22–26 June. Worthy Farm in Wiltshire is home to this iconic festival which draws crowds and artists from across the globe. Flight time from London: approx 45 minutes.
Roskilde, Denmark (pictured). 25 June–2 July. Attracting over 85,000 visitors each year and is the 4th largest in Europe. Flight time from London: approx 1.5 hours.
Ultra Europe, Split, Croatia. 15-17 July. Dubbed the biggest EDM and house music festival in the world, expect big name international DJs and eye-popping production. Flight time from London: approx. 2.5 hours.
Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland. 3-18 July. One of the world’s largest jazz festivals; held on the shoreline of Lake Geneva. Flight time from London: approx 1.25 hours.
Tomorrowland, Boom, Belgium. 22 – 24 July. One of the biggest electronic music festivals takes place in Boom. Flight time from London: approx 1 hour.
No.6 Portmerion, UK. 1-4 September. Set in an Italian styled village in Wales this is a fairly new festival frequented by the uber cool. Flight time from London is only 40 minutes.
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