Who says the fun of music festivals has to end when summer does? Don’t pack up those tents and glow sticks just yet – we have your ultimate guide to this fall’s hottest music festivals around the United States!

TomorrowWorld – Only coming into it’s second year in the states, TomorrowWorld is the sister festival of the ever-popular Tomorrowland that takes place every year in Belgium. Quite possibly the largest festival on the East Coast, TomorrowWorld will be bringing all the global love and non-stop music back to Chatahoochee Hills outside of Atlanta, Georgia September 26th-28th.

This year's lineup is completely STACKED with electronic music artists of all genres, with performances spanning across eight different stages, and live music being a constant well into the late hours of the night. Multiple stages are dedicated strictly to different genres of music including techno, dubstep, hardstyle, deep house and trance. Headliners for 2014’s TomorrowWorld include Bassnectar, David Guetta, Kaskade, Martin Garrix, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Zedd- among many others, and that’s only the start. With over 300 of the world’s best DJs and producers included in the lineup, TomorrowWorld is bringing festival goers some of electronic music's legendary artists, but also some of the most talented and youngest in the game.

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TBD Fest - This fall, LAUNCH will be presenting TBD Fest - three full days, October 3rd-5th, filled with music, design, food and ideas. Formerly known as Launch, the festival will take place on the Sacramento River in West Sacramento's Bridge District with a remarkable and unforgettable view of the Sacramento skyline.

TBD Fest will be bringing some of the largest names in music to the West Coast, including Dillon Francis, Explosions in the Sky, Empire of the Sun, Gramatik, Blondie, Justice, Moby and many more. The focus of the festival's lineup is not only on the big-name headliners, but also on the activations as the festival plans to "showcase innovators and taste makers in lifestyle, technology and design." Food and drinks will be provided by some of the top and most popular restaurants and bars from the local area, and for yoga lovers out there, different classes and workshops will be available daily and taught by talented, local instructors the weekend of the festival.

To purchase tickets to TBD Fest, visit EventBrite HERE and grab them while you can. Use promo code EPICTBD and SAVE on your ticket purchase! We look forward to seeing you in Sacramento the weekend of October 3rd-5th for TBD Fest.

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Austin City Limits – Taking place in downtown Austin, Texas October 3rd-5th and October 10th-12th, Austin City Limits is music festival lasting two weekends and bringing some of the hottest acts in electronic, indie, rock, country and folk music to town. With over 100 live performers across eight stages, along with food and art displays, there is something for everybody at this fall music festival. This year's Austin City Limits lineup includes big-name producer powerhouses including Skrillex, Calvin Harris, Zedd, Major Lazer, Chromeo, The Glitch Mob, Gramatik and more!

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The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience – Halloween weekend, be sure to book your flights for New Orleans because The Voodoo Experience is a festival you won’t want to miss. This Halloween weekend marks the 16th year of Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in New Orleans. For nearly two decades, Voodoo has been the host to over 2,000 artists and has brought in over 300,000 music and art lovers from around the globe. This year is no different, and the festival will take place in New Orleans' historic City Park Friday-Sunday October 31st-November 2nd.

This year, Voodoo unveiled a heavy-duty lineup stacked with Grammy nominated musical artists including Foo Fighters, Outkast, Skrillex and Arctic Monkeys - and that's only the beginning. Big-time industry innovators and musicians including Zedd, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Flux Pavilion, Pretty Lights, Lauryn Hill, Rise Against, Fedde Le Grand, Pete Tong, Twenty One Pilots and Trombone Shorty are just a few of many popular names amongst the unforgettable multi-genre lineup. Additional artists were also just recently added to the lineup, with newly scheduled performances from John Butler Trio, The Revivalists and Nostalgia. Also announced were details for Deja Voodoo concert series, a selection of late night concerts bringing together select artists from this year's lineup along with other musical acts to local music venues around the city of New Orleans. The concert series will begin on Thursday, October 30th and continue through Saturday, November 1st, with performances by Moon Taxi, Galactic, Fishbone, The Revivalists and more. Venue locations include House of Blues, Tipitina's, Joy Theater and Gasa Gasa.

Gather up your costumes and prepare for a journey through bayous and forests to Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. Prepare yourself for a weekend of music from all genres, rich local cuisine and New Orleans culture.

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Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival – The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival is a three-night electronic festival that takes place across several music venues in Brooklyn. The festival is sure to bring fans some killer performances from some of both emerging and already established artists in the electronic music industry. The festival will take place November 8th and 9th, with this year's full lineup to be announced shortly.

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AUTHOR CREDIT: AMANDA COWAN

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