No matter the genre, no matter the state — when the biggest summer music festivals drop their lineups, they garner almost as much attention as when their headliners take to the stage. It’s not too early to start planning your summer itinerary, so take a look at our list of the best festival lineups announced in January. Note: May seems to be the month of the music festival. If you can’t make all of them, choose wisely.

Coachella — April 12–14 & April 19–21, Indio, CA

Why you should attend: Coachella has become one of the biggest and most well-known music festival in the world. Beyonce had an iconic performance last year when she appeared as the first woman to headline the festival and was on stage for nearly two hours straight. Pack your bags, get your sandstorm-appropriate gear, and head out to the desert to see Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande headline the 2019 festival.

Rolling Loud Miami — May 10–12, Miami Gardens, FL

Why you should attend: got the chance to catch the scene at Rolling Loud LA this winter and it lived up to its hype as the biggest hip-hop festival in the world. This May, the festival celebrates its five-year anniversary in Miami with a lineup full of heavy-hitters. Migos, Travis Scott and Kid Cudi are headlining. Rolling Loud Miami is a hip-hop lover’s favorite weekend. Tickets go on sale on February 1.

Boston Calling — May 24–26, Harvard Athletic Complex, Allston, MA

Why you should attend: This Boston-based music festival is bound to be wicked good this year. Headliners are Twenty One Pilots, Travis Scott (who appears on multiple lineups on this list) and Tame Impala (who are also making the festival rounds this year). Taking place over Memorial Day Weekend, this festival is a perfect start to your summer.

BottleRock — May 24–26, Napa, CA

Why you should attend: Grab your wine glasses and bottle openers and head out to wine country for this not-so-basic music festival. BottleRock Napa Valley announced their 2019 line up featuring headliners Imagine Dragons, Neil Young and Mumford & Sons, and have vowed to give a warm hospitality experience with the best food, wine and craft beers from the Napa Valley region. BottleRock is the perfect weekend to chill out in the sun (with sunscreen!) and listen to some indie-rock beats from the greatests.

Governors Ball — May 31–June 2, New York City

Why you should attend: Since 2011, fans flock to Randall’s Island each summer to enjoy live music and instagram-worthy food and art installations. This year, performers from a diverse range of music genres are taking the stage at Gov Ball. Rap group Brockhampton, smooth R&B singers Jorja Smith and SZA, rock group The Strokes and EDM group Major Lazer are a few of the major names on the list.

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival — June 13–16, Great Stage Park, TN

Why you should attend: Festival season is in full swing by June. Get ready to set up your hammock and embrace the warm Tennessee summer sun for Bonnaroo 2019. Headliners are Grand Ole Opry, Phish, Childish Gambino, Post Malone, Odesza, Cardi B and the Lumineers. Interested in more than just the music? Bring your yoga mat for some zen time or put on your running sneakers and get hydrated for the first annual 5k.

Firefly Music Festival — June 20–23, Dover, DE

Why you should attend: Firefly festival in Delaware is dedicated to providing the best camping, and obviously music, experience for everyone who buys a ticket. The lineup for the 2019 festival is packed throughout the three days. From names that frequent the music festival rounds to alt-rock band Death Cab For Cutie and Panic! At The Disco, there’s a sound for everyone.

Honorable Mention: Woodstock 50 — August 16–18, Watkins Glen, NY

The most iconic and biggest music festival of all time celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The lineup hasn’t been announced, but organizer Michael Lang, one of the original Woodstock producers, promises tributes to the original Woodstock festival artists, including Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, The Band and Joe Cocker. Tickets were scheduled to go on sale end of January — look for discounts for college students ages 18–25.

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