Some large festivals in North America in 2015 include Bumbershoot, taking place in Seattle, Washington; Burning Man, happening in Black Rock City, Nevada and Coachella, which takes place in Indio, California. Other festivals include Cinco de Mayo in Puebla, Mexico, Comic-Con International in San Diego, California and Lollapalooza in Chicago, Illinois.
Bumbershoot is a 3-day event filled with stand-up comedians, live music, theater, film and a lot more. The crowds attending Bumbershoot are massive and the 3-day event includes an Indie Mart, where independent artists go to sell their work. Kids under the age of 10 attend Bumbershoot free and single-day tickets for adults sell for around $65.
Burning Man is a huge festival that takes place every Labor Day weekend. This is the world's largest interactive art display. It is a place where everyone pitches in and the festival runs all night. Due to Burning Man's location in the Nevada desert, remember to stay hydrated and dress for the hot weather.
Coachella is a huge music festival that starts up in April. The first weekend of the festival is what many people consider the best and to get the full Coachella experience, plan to camp out. Coachella provides food, beverages and Wi-Fi and the organizers of the event recommend getting to stages early for popular concerts. Coachella offers indoor and outdoor concert activities and as with Burning Man, the weather at Coachella is often hot and dry, so stay hydrated with the park's many free drinking water dispensers.