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These are the most popular festivals in the US according to Google

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Coachella ranks #1 as the most searched in the US.

Are you a festival fan? Holidu has your back! Holidu, the search engine for holiday rentals decided to seek out the most searched festivals in the United States! Using Google searches, we ranked the festivals by their annual searches to create the ultimate festival guide for the upcoming season! Are you ready to rock your heart out, or immerse yourself in art? If so, grab your hottest festival gear and get ready to book your next summer adventure at one of the most popular festivals in the United States.

  • Coachella ranks #1 as the most searched in the US according to Google
  • Burning Man comes in second as the most popular festival of 2022
  • California dominates the list, with 3 of the top 10 taking place in the state

1. Coachella in Indio, CA | 3,646,800 annual Google searches
Next Event: April 14-16 and April 21-23, 2023*
It’s Google official - Coachella is the most popular music festival in the United States. Located in Indio California this town is flooded with music fans during the month of April. With over 3.6 Million searches for Coachella in the last year, no surprise having headlines in the past such as Beyoncé, Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, and Kanye West, to name a few, everyone will be eagerly awaiting the Coachella 2023 lineup. dates are not confirmed*

2. Burning Man in Black Rock, NV | 2,197,200 annual Google searches
Next Event: August 28 - September 5, 2022
Located in Black Rock, Nevada, since 1991, Burning Man, prides itself on being a community and global cultural movement rather than a festival. As it has become such a large event for like-minded individuals and is featured on Festivals United, we felt this ranking would not be complete if we were to omit. Burning Man provides no set acts or entertainment, but is rather up to the participants, making it very a unique event! Known for its strong community of art and self-expression, Burning Man gets its name from the peak of the festival in a ceremony, where they burn a large sculpture of a man made of wood. If you are looking for a group of free-spirits, this is the adventure for you.

3. Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN | 1,339,200 annual Google searches
Next Event: June 16-19, 2022
Coming in 3rd with 1,339,200 annual Google searches is Bonnaroo located in Manchester, Tennessee. Bonnaroo is a hub for art, music, and food packed with activities! “Bonnaroo” is slang for “Good Stuff” in Creole, and they pride themselves on having just that! Having been cancelled the past two years, there is much excitement for the 2022 festival, with previous acts such as Childish Gambino, Post Malone, Phish and The Lumineers, there is a strong mix of artists that participate in Bonnaroo. Grab your
camping gear and get ready to experience a magical few days.

4. Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL | 1,087,320 annual Google searches
Next Event: July 28-31, 2022
Coming in with over a million annual searches, Lollapalooza is located in Downtown Chicago in Grant Park. With headlines like Green Day, Big Sean, Glass Animals, and Charlie XCX, it is easy to see why so many flock to this music festival. This event has
even gone international with an expansion of spin-off events in France, Germany, Brazil, and Argentina to name a few. While Lollapalooza is mainly a music focused festival, it also claims to have some of ‘Chicago's best eats.’ This is one you won’t want to miss.

5. Stagecoach in Indio, CA | 952,800 annual Google searches
Next Event: April 2023*
Coming in at 5th place with over 950k annual Google searches is Coachella’s sister Stagecoach. Also thrown in Indio, California at Empire Polo Club, Stagecoach is a sister event to Goldenvoice's Coachella, but is considered a country music festival and houses more bluegrass and folk music than you would see at Coachella. If country is your jam, you are sure to want to make Stagecoach your next festival stop.
dates are not confirmed*

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