About Festival Dreaming

Music festivals bring people and art together in a way that’s pretty hard to find, or even describe.

At Festival Dreaming, we want to share our passion and love for music festivals with the rest of the world.

It’s our belief that everyone should attend at least one music festival in their lifetime, and we want to help fans make the best decision possible to maximize their enjoyment at the next festival they attend.

On Festival Dreaming, expect to find content relating to the following areas:

About Festival Dreaming – The Team

Alright, so who is the team even running this website?

Well, it’s mostly me for right now! My name is Tom, and I’m a 23 year old freelance writer and blogger originally from Toronto, Canada.


I’m a huge fan of music festivals, and ever since attending Osheaga, my favorite Canadian music festival, I’ve become pretty fascinated with everything music festival related.

I’m currently living out of a backpack and traveling through South America while working from my laptop. However, I still make time to attend festivals when I can, and recently went to La Solar Festival in Medellin, Colombia.


In my spare time, I do more than attend festivals. During the day, I’m usually posted up in a coffee shop or at home, working on freelance projects.

I also run a personal finance blog called This Online World, which aims to help people make and save more money by using the power of technology and a bit of common sense!

I’m fortunate to also partner with some pretty awesome content writers here at Festival Dreaming. Together, we hope to turn this website into a space where festival fans can learn and share their love for music, art, and the culture behind music festivals.

Your Readership & The Future Of Festival Dreaming

While Festival Dreaming is nothing more than a humble corner of the internet for the time being, I hope to continue to grow this site to reach festival fans around the world.

Music festivals are simply beautiful. If this site can help you prepare and gain more enjoyment from the next event you attend, then we’ve done our job correctly.

Have editorial or media related questions, or want to provide suggestions? Be sure to visit our Contact Page to let us know how we can help out!

Thank you for your readership!

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