Today’s music fans have more options than ever for using technology to make the most of their festival experiences. From the websites to visit before purchasing passes to the gadgets you’ll want to have at your makeshift campsite, this is the tech that will make your 2014 music festival season the best ever.
With passes to the biggest music festivals often selling out before the first performer is even announced, your first step to a successful fest experience is buying your passes. But which of the world’s multitude of fests offers the most bang for your buck?
The website Music Festival Junkies boasts “the largest database of music festivals on the Internet,” and it is a great place to start the quest for your ideal music festival. The site allows for sorting by location, month, genre, and type to help any music fan narrow down their options. From ticket costs to lineups to camping options, Music Festival Junkies offers all the information you’ll need about each fest in one convenient location.
Visit iQ by Intel for more info on how to make the most of this summer’s music fests using innovative apps, NFC-connected wristbands, and more!
This is another is a series of articles written by LAmb co-founder Kristin Houser in conjunction with the iQ by Intel series to explore the link between technology and music.