Music festivals are good—for the soul, for the mind, and for the spirit. This is a rare fact agreed upon by both Millennial’s and baby boomers alike.
In photographer Cheryl Dunn’s latest book, appropriately titled Festivals Are Good (released by Standard Press), Dunn recounts her many festival experiences through photos, from Woodstock ’94 to Bonnaroo and the Warped Tour in the early aughts.
Dunn’s raw, gritty, and damningly fun look at music festivals around the world served up some major inspiration to search for the best music festivals on the planet—and which ones are worth traveling around the country (or across the globe) for this year. Read full article at Travel and Leisure